DREAMVILLE & J. COLE Invite Over 50 Food & Beverage Vendors To Festival

RALEIGH, NC – Global superstar J. Cole and Dreamville, the globally recognized entertainment brand and multi-platinum record label for which he cofounded, have announced today that over 50 restaurants, food trucks, chefs, and other food vendors have been invited to participate in this year’s music festival returning to Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina on Saturday, April 6, and Sunday, April 7. 

Taking the crown last year as the world’s largest artist-led music festival with over 100,000 total attendees, Dreamville Festival organizers have invested significant resources this spring to bring together a diverse festival food lineup fit for any palette while expanding the festival’s onsite dining options to include 50+ popular culinary destinations found both in Raleigh and across the nation.

Festival-goers can look forward to a widespread variety of mouth-watering bites from pizza to BBQ and burgers to wings and wraps to salads, desserts, and other snacks, not to mention vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options all being available for purchase onsite. 

“Dreamville Festival looks forward to working alongside so many local businesses again this spring. We hope these efforts will help provide a deeper impact on the local economy by supporting dozens of small independently-owned businesses like the 50+ food vendors scheduled to participate onsite at Dix Park,” said Dreamville Cofounder and Festival President Adam Roy.

Entering its fourth edition this spring, J Cole and his Dreamville team have firmly cemented themselves as the organizers behind the world’s largest artist-led music festival as well as executives leading one of the most powerful brands in today’s music industry. Their festival will continue to serve as an annual reunion for Dreamville fans worldwide as Raleigh residents and international travelers gather together each spring to experience a weekend celebration unlike any other while driving a multi-million economic impact to the greater Wake County region.

With a continued emphasis on community, diversity, and inclusivity, Dreamville Festival returns to its home at Dorothea Dix Park offering festival-goers many attractions, carnival rides, and immersive art installations, in addition to dozens of local vendors and artisans from the Wake Country region. 

Although the full lineup has now been revealed, which includes headliners J. Cole, Nicki Minaj, SZA, and Chris Brown performing alongside some of the biggest names in hip-hop and R&B, fans should stay tuned as the full schedule is slated to drop soon featuring hours of live performances each day.

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