BY TER STAFF
The second and final day of J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival was a fitting conclusion to an already remarkable weekend. The festival, held at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina, featured an incredible lineup of performers on Sunday, April 2nd, including names like Mario, Waka Flocka Flame, JID, Summer Walker, Burna Boy, and a co-headlining set from J. Cole and Drake.
Mario, the R&B singer known for his smooth and soulful vocals, also delivered a standout performance, crooning hits such as “Let Me Love You” and “Just a Friend.”
Next up was Waka Flocka Flame, the Atlanta-based rapper known for his energetic and explosive performances. He had the crowd jumping and pumping their fists to his hits such as “No Hands” and “Hard in da Paint.”
JID, the Atlanta-based rapper, also wowed the crowd with his quick and intricate rhymes. His set included fan favorites such as “151 Rum” and “Off Deez.” Summer Walker, the R&B singer known for her sultry and emotive vocals, also delivered a memorable performance. She sang hits such as “Girls Need Love” and “Playing Games,” and her soulful voice captivated the crowd.
Burna Boy, the Nigerian singer and songwriter, brought a taste of Africa to the festival with his Afro-fusion sound. He performed hits such as “Ye” and “Anybody,” and his infectious beats had the crowd dancing along.
Finally, the co-headlining set from J. Cole and Drake was the highlight of the night, and perhaps the entire festival. The two rap icons took to the stage together and separate, delivering unforgettable career-spanning performances.
The final night of Dreamville Festival 2023 was a fitting conclusion to an already remarkable weekend. With an exceptional lineup, the festival brought together music lovers from all over the country and provided a platform for both rising stars and established legends. Fans can only hope that next year’s Dreamville Festival will be just as incredible as this year.
Check out our photos from Day 2 below: