After last year’s success, J. Cole is bringing the Dreamville Festival to Raleigh for a second year.

As Dreamville announced today on its Twitter account, tickets for the 2020 festival will go on sale tomorrow, December 11, at noon. The event will take place April 4, 2020 at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh.

“We couldn’t be more proud to announce the festival’s return to Raleigh and the beautiful state of North Carolina,” said Ibrahim Hamad, J. Cole’s manager and the president of Dreamville Records. He says that being a part of the festival last year and seeing its impact on the state was a “humbling experience.”

Last year, 40,000 people showed up at Dix Park for the inaugural festival. Notable acts included 21 Savage, Big Sean, 6lack, Ari Lennox, and Nelly. This year’s lineup will once again be curated by Cole and is likely to feature a lot of Dreamville Records artists—but we’re sure there will be a few surprises. (Who can forget when he brought Jay-Z and Drake to Fayetteville?)

A portion of ticket sales from the 2020 event will benefit the Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy and The Dreamville Foundation, which benefits youth in Fayetteville.

General admission tickets start at $79 with a presale code (sign up for one at the website). You could also splurge on VIP tickets for $229–$269. To quote one Twitter user, “now I gotta sacrifice somebody Christmas gift.” 

You can purchase tickets here.