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Rolling Loud Miami unveils most diverse lineup yet

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Playboi Carti, A$AP Rocky and Travis Scott are slated to headline RL’s flagship festival in July.

Rolling Loud just keeps getting louder.

Sharing its Miami lineup on Wednesday (April 12), the undeniable hip-hop hub that puts your playlist in person went all out for its flagship installment this summer.

Not only bringing back previous headlining acts in Playboi Carti, Travis Scott and Lil Uzi Vert for another round (see RL California), but features a slew of new wave stars. Among the next gen’s most revered, JELEEL!, Tana, Destroy Lonely, Ken Carson, Eem Triplin, Ice Spice, DC The Don, Sid Shyne, redveil, Tony Shhnow, TiaCorine, LUCKI, Dom Corleo, $NOT, Lancey Foux and so much more are slated to perform.

As far as bona fide, seasoned talent goes, A$AP Rocky (who will be Saturday’s headliner), 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Offset, Don Toliver, Lil Yachty, Rae Sremmurd, Ski Mask, Pi’erre Bourne and others are set to make an appearance in Miami. Most interestingly, the inclusion of beloved alt-rock band Turnstile, UK dream icon PinkPantheress, the genre-bending Fousheé and Louisville’s Pen Griffey, Bryson Tiller, showcase RL’s most diverse lineup yet. Miami will also be the festival’s final stop in the US in 2023, focusing on its international expansion for the remainder of the year.

All three headliners (Carti, Rocky, Travis) have new albums on the way, as Carti’s set at Rolling Loud California became the epitome of what “Opium Friday” was all about. Scott’s first live performance in the States last month was in revival of his image, which founders Tariq Cherif and Matt Zingler are facilitating through Scott’s six-headlining sets for Rolling Loud.

Along with California and Miami, Scott was also planned to headline fests in Munich, Rotterdam, Portugal and Thailand, propping him for a tried-and-true comeback ahead of UTOPIA. Rocky’s been performing new music off his forthcoming LP DON’T BE DUMB for the better part of two years, so here’s hoping his Miami set finally brings these tracks to fruition (officially).

The festival will take place from July 21-23 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Tickets go on sale Friday (April 14) at 10 a.m. EST, as fans can expect another unforgettable experience at Rolling Loud Miami.

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