Hip-hop’s premier music festival looks to take over second half of 2021.
Rolling Loud is back and bigger than ever — returning to Miami for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
It will be its first live festival in over a year, as their last show, Rolling Loud – Los Angeles, took place in December 2019 with headliners in Future, A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert and Chance the Rapper.
The start of the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in them cancelling their upcoming shows in spring 2020, and actually led to them doing virtual concerts called Loud Streams in partnership with Twitch.
In April, when the time was finally right, they announced Rolling Loud Miami’s lineup for July 23-25. Their comeback festival includes hip-hop’s best in Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, Young Thug, Post Malone, 21 Savage and several others.
When Rolling Loud first began hosting festivals, they only did shows in Miami. Now, the festival has branched out to hosting shows in San Francisco, New York and Portugal. Subsequent announcements for Rolling Loud – California in December and Rolling Loud – New York in October came in the following weeks. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 situation in Europe did not allow for them to proceed with their festival in Portugal this year.
However, Rolling Loud’s return is bigger and better than ever, as they have also began hosting tours. On June 14, Rod Wave‘s “SoulFly” tour presented by Rolling Loud was announced. Then, the next day Trippie Redd‘s “Tripp At Knight” tour was announced with openers in iann dior and SoFaygo.
The next week, Lil Baby and Lil Durk‘s “The Back Outside Tour” and Jack Harlow‘s “The Créme De La Créme Tour,” were both announced in partnership with Rolling Loud.
Rolling Loud reigns as the largest, most all-encompassing hip-hop music festival in the world — whose shows were surely missed in the rap community over the past year. Now, post-pandemic, they have return to full-strength and continue to assert themselves a concert titan.