After postponing last year’s festival, Rolling Loud Miami has officially shared its headliners for the 2021 rap fest. A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, and other names made the cut for this year’s massive three-day-long event. Post Malone is also still a headliner, Rocky and Scott were billed headliners for 2020 too.
Names that were also on last year’s poster will hit the stage in Miami, that includes 21 Savage, Roddy Rich, T-Pain, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, and Lil Baby. Unsurprisingly, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane and Young Thug will also grace the stage with their presence. Bobby Shmurda is another name that we were happy to see included on the robust flyer.
What’s exciting about the newest lineup is the fact that there are also quite a few female rap additions like Megan Thee Stallion, Rico Nasty, City Girls, Mulatto, Lakeyah, Rubi Rose, Coi Leray, and BIA. Rising stars Kaash Paige and Mariah The Scientist also were booked. Even Texas rapper KenTheMan will be performing (we’re particularly excited about this).
Rolling Loud Miami 2021 is slated to take place from July 21-23 at the Hard Rock Stadium. For those who are wondering if they’ll receive refunds, the festival noted if you can no longer attend you can receive one. But, if you’d like your tickets from the previously billed May dates to roll over, they’ll honor them.
Official tickets will be available for purchase on Friday, April 23 at the festival’s official site at 12 pm ET.
Below is a snippet of the statement Rolling Loud released alongside the new additions to its lineup.
“We want to extend a massive thank you to all of our ragers who have held onto their tickets. Those who can’t make the new dates will have the opportunity to obtain a refund. Information on how to obtain a refund will be sent out to ticket holders later this month. We are also working on sweetening the deal for those of you who choose to keep your tickets in addition to the rage pack you already earned from the last reschedule.
For those of you who made hotel and/or travel reservations in May, we hear your travel concerns and realize that this is not an ideal situation. Thankfully, many major airlines are not currently charging change fees, and most Miami hotels have policies in place that allow for refunds.
We can’t wait to reunite together in the pits we’ve all grown to love (and miss) so much. Many of you, like us, have been looking forward to Rolling Loud for months now. And although we may need to wait a little bit longer—trust that this comeback and reunion will be even stronger. Whether you’re a Rolling Loud veteran or a first-timer, you are about to be a part of history. Lineup, show details, on-sale, and more information coming soon, so stay tuned!”
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