Rolling Loud Suffers Another Huge Setback

Prominent hip-hop festival Rolling Loud has bittersweet news for its fans and planned attendees. The event organizers announced another setback for the annual event which was originally planned to take place next month in Miami.


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Rolling Loud Festival Is Delayed Again

Despite the unfortunate news that the festival won’t be taking place in May, Rolling Loud also announced new dates from July-23-25, 2021 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

Organizers made sure to assure any tickets purchased for the original show would be refunded if the buyer can’t make the new dates, along with “sweetening” the deal for those who choose to keep their tickets.

Thank you all for your patience.  We kept the faith as long as we could for the May dates, but ultimately we still face challenges that prevent us from gathering together at Rolling Loud Miami in early May. With that being said, we are excited to announce that Rolling Loud will now take place on July 23-25, 2021 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens!

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Swae Lee’s Rolling Loud Premiere

In September 2020, Southern hip-hop superstar Swae Lee shocked fans during a Rolling Loud virtual concert broadcast with an unexpected premiere. The song is set to land on his Human Nature studio album.

Prior to the performance, Swae went to Instagram to tease fans about having something special on deck.

“STREAM MY LIVE SET ON @rollingloud @twitch CHANNEL @ 10:15PM EST. got a surprise for ya’ll”

A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott + Meek Mill Headline Rolling Loud

In July 2019, New York rapper A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott, and Meek Mill made October an epic time in the Big Apple. The hip-hop heavyweights were slated to headline the upcoming Rolling Loud music festival at the time.

In October, the hip-hop festival Rolling Loud will land at Citi Field for its first-ever iteration in New York City. Heavyhitters Wu-Tang Clan, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, and Meek Mill will all headline. A$AP Rocky is set to join them, pending his release from a Swedish jail. Playboi Carti, Blueface, Fat Joe, Young Thug, Pusha-T, Megan Thee Stallion, and dozens more pack the undercard.. (Pitchfork)

Lil Wayne Blames Cops For Rolling Loud Disappearance

In May 2019, Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne came clean on what really went down at a Rolling Loud music festival. Weezy F. Baby issued a statement on why he went ghost for his performance.

Wayne explained through Twitter that law enforcement – not the Rolling Loud organizers – ultimately cost fans the chance to see him on-stage.

“To all my fans who came to see me at Rolling Loud, I’m sorry but I won’t be performing. The Festival Police (Not Rolling Loud) made it mandatory that I had to be policed and checked to get on the stadium grounds. I do not and will not ever settle for being policed to do my job.”