Vic Mensa Joining J. Cole & Wale On ‘What Dreams May Come’ Tour

Ty Howard


That’s right — the INNANET himself will be in an area near you soon, as a part of J. Cole and Wale’s What Dreams May Come tour. Vic Mensa will be joining Cole and Wale on select dates, which you can find below.

You’ll have more than one chance to catch Vic on the road in the coming months, though. Vic will also be joining electronic duo Disclosure on tour later this year. Another dope look for Vic.

Hit the jump to check out when Vic and Disclosure will be in your city, as well as when Vic will appear on the What Dreams May Come tour. INNANETAPE drops September 30th.

What Dreams May Come Tour Dates:

9/21 – Chicago, IL — Arie Crown Theater

9/24 – Boston, MA — Agganis Arena @ Boston University

9/25 – Philadelphia, PA — The Mann

9/27 – Cleveland, OH — State Theatre

10/2 – Norfolk, VA — Chrysler Hall

10/4 – Atlanta, GA — The Fox Theatre

10/8 & 10/9 Toronto, ON — Massey Hall

Disclosure Tour Dates:

01-14 Toronto, Ontario – The Danforth Music Hall
01-15 Montreal, Quebec – Métropolis
01-16 Boston, MA – House of Blues
01-17 New York, NY – Terminal Five
01-18 New York, NY – Terminal Five
01-24 Orlando, FL – House of Blues
01-25 Miami, FL – The Fillmore
01-26 Tampa, FL – The Ritz
01-28 New Orleans, LA – Republic New Orleans
01-29 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
01-31 Austin, TX – Stubb’s
02-01 Dallas, TX – House of Blues


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