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Year in 2021 Rolling Loud Miami will also see performances for free concert streaming online watch from Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion.

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Rolling Loud Miami 2021next Friday, July 23-24, the first day of the three-day festival, for WWE’s first-ever collaboration with a major music festival. 

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 They’ve begun to creep their way up the ranks of performers at Rolling Loud, Miami’s biggest hip-hop festival.

The festival has boosted the careers of Cardi B, Doja Cat, and City Girls, to name a few. This year, organizers seem proud to be able to boast of more than 20 female acts, ranging from established stars like Megan Thee Stallion to lesser-known acts on the come-up like Tia Corine, Bia, and Dess Dior.

The first-ever Rolling Loud staged in 2015 at Soho Studios, offered few, if any, female acts. The following year brought three female acts, Jay Hype, Rene Brown, and Leaf, all of them billed on the very bottom line.


The needle didn’t move much in 2017, when out of 54 artists, again, only three women — Polly A, Drizzy, and Teenear — were booked to perform.

Rolling Loud  date and venue

The Rolling Loud New York 2021 will return to its original venue — Citi Field. It is a baseball park located in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in New York City. 

The latest edition will be held for three days, October 28 to 30. The Miami (July 23-25) and California (December 10-12) editions were also announced recently.

How to live stream free Rolling Loud in Miami

Just like the previous edition, the Rolling Loud New York 2021 edition will be up for streaming on YouTube for fans who won’t be able to catch all the action directly from the venue.

The Rolling Loud festival offers a feature called Loud Club which allows fans to experience complete VIP treatment. The price for the same starts at $5,000 and goes up to $15,000. 

The luxurious amenities in the package include bottle service and bar service, private VIP tables with dedicated waitresses and staff, private security for the entire show, a dedicated VIP entrance, and a parking and valet option for loud club guests only. 

Other features will treat fans with private bathrooms with attendants, dedicated couches and tables, amplified production within the Loud Club, along TVs and games.

KANYE WEST IS BRINGING THE ‘DONDA EXPERIENCE’ TO ROLLING LOUD MIAMI

Kanye West is returning to the stage. According to his right-hand man Consequence, Kanye will be performing at Rolling Loud Festival in Miami on Sunday (July 25).

“DONDA Experience Rolling Loud Miami, FL 07.25.21 Via KW Summer ’21,” Consequence posted to Twitter with a sketch from Kanye of a possible stage design early Tuesday (July 20) before deleting it hours later.

Kanye bringing the Donda Experience surrounding his new album will be his first festival performance since having Sunday Service at Coachella in 2019. This is also another sign Donda could be arriving on Friday (July 23).

The pyramid is sure to remind fans of the Yeezus Tour mountain, but the ability for the top to come off is even more reminiscent of the stage Kanye West designed when curating the Sunday Service performance for DMX’s memorial at the Barclays Center following his tragic passing in April.

Rolling Loud Line-up

Apart from J Cole, Travis Scott, and 50 Cent, artists like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Polo G, Lil Durk, Ski Mask The Slump God, NLE Choppa, and Coi Leray will also entertain the audience with their hit singles. 

Veterans Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Wale and Fetty Wap, and NYC-centric stars including Joey Bada$$, Ferg, The Diplomats, Action Bronson, Young M.A., J.I., Sheck Wes, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, Bizzy Banks, and others will also land on stage to floor the audience.

How to Stay Safe at Rolling Loud Miami

You might be anxious getting back to being sweaty around thousands of strangers for the first time, and your concern would not be unfounded. According to CovidActNow, though Miami-Dade County currently has a 68.9 percent vaccination rate (of at least one dose), the Covid-19 risk level is classified as being “very high” right now.

 That being said, if you’re currently vaccinated, you have a much higher protection level than someone unvaccinated. Travel is explicitly discouraged unless you are vaccinated.

Harm reduction is the name of the game here, and there are steps you can take to make sure that you lower your risk. First thing’s first, you should make sure it’s been two weeks since your second dose of the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccine before traveling to Rolling Loud. 

Continue masking up if you’re going to be tightly packed in next to others for a long time, like an artist’s full set. Try to maintain your distance while you’re walking the grounds since the rate of infection is lower when you’re outside and moving around.

How to Buy Tickets for Rolling Loud Miami 2021

Before you can even start figuring out parking, how many bottles of sunscreen is too many, and what a “festival-approved bag” means, you’re going to need the tickets in hand (or more likely these days, on your phone).

While limited tickets for Rolling Loud went on sale in April on its official site, don’t panic and go to a sketchy website or hit up your cousin who totally “knows a guy” for tickets. Vivid Seats is the place to buy Rolling Loud Miami tickets online, with everything available from three-day passes, single-day tickets, VIP tickets, and even festival parking passes.

What if you have tickets from 2020 that’ve been gathering virtual dust for a year? The good news is that Rolling Loud will honor all passes for Miami 2020 tickets and will grant refunds to ticket holders no longer able to attend.

Rolling Loud 2021 Preview: A$AP Rocky, Megan Thee Stallion & More

Rolling Loud Miami is right around the corner and hip-hop fans are definitely in for a treat. After skipping 2020 due to you know what, returning headliners from last year’s lineup include A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, and plenty more.

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