|One week after selling out their Bay Area installment, Rolling Loud Festival is announcing additional names to the Los Angeles edition. Migos, Playboi Carti, and Lil Yachty have been added to the lineup for the festival, which takes place December 16th and 17th at the NOS Event Center in San Bernardino, California. There will be three stages, with one indoors and two under large tents. Tickets for the boutique installment are on sale at RollingLoud.com.
Heading the bill on Sunday is Atlanta-born rapper and hit-maker Future, while ScHoolboy Q closes out Saturday’s set. The festival boasts a long and diverse list of acts, from youthful superstars like Rae Sremmurd, Lil Uzi Vert, Post Malone and 21 Savage, to rising performers like Lil Pump, SOB X RBE, and Kodie Shane, to chart topping sensations like Young Dolph, XXXTentacion, and PNB Rock. The LA installment of Rolling Loud provides an all new festival experience, with a marijuana consumption area for those with a medicinal card.
Founded by Tariq Cherif and Matt Zingler, the carefully curated Rolling Loud Festival is the largest festival in the world dedicated purely to Hip-Hop, with over 120,000 fans packing the grounds over the course of three days at the Miami festival. In 2018, the festival will travel to China, Japan, and the United Kingdom, with offshoot festivals and events (dates yet to be announced,) and will culminate in the fourth annual Rolling Loud Festival in Miami in May 2018.
Speaking about the expansion, Cherif said: “Rolling Loud is the #1 hip-hop festival in the world. After selling out three consecutive years in a row in Miami, it’s time to take the Rolling Loud experience on the road. Rap music is the most popular and fastest growing genre of music, and the world deserves to experience curated lineups of its champions.”
“Each show will feature a different assortment of hip-hop’s biggest superstars as well as underground heavyweights,” said Zingler. “Miami will remain as our home and premier event as we establish the Rolling Loud brand around the world.”