Young Thug, 21 Savage, Dave East, Kodak Black and more will also be performing.
There aren't really many festivals that are dedicated strictly towards hip hop heads. Don't get it twisted, there's definitely a few but Rolling Loud has made it's business to be the biggest one in the world. After launching in 2015, the festival has grown exponentially over the past two years. However, with the success of the festival in the past few years, they've announced they'd be expanding. Today, they announce their Southern California line-up.
After announcing the Bay Area edition for October, they're unleashing the SoCal line-up for December. Headlining this SoCal edition is Future, Rae Sremmurd & Lil Uzi Vert. Aside from them, Post Malone, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Kodak Black, XXXTENTACION will also be performing. Dave East, PNB Rock, Lil Pump, Rich The Kid, Lil Peep and G Herbo are also on the line up. The festival's poster also includes seven blurred out names, including one of the headliners. So it's looking like they'll definitely have a few surprises up their sleeve this December.
The festival is set to take place December 16th to 17th at Nos Events Center in San Bernadino, CA. They've announced that tickets will be going on sale on September 25th. So you should probably be trying to convince your S/O for an early Christmas gift right now.
After three years of consecutive success with the festival in Miami, they decided that they'll be launching the festival across the world. Outside of California and Florida, the festival is set expand to Japan, China and the UK. Upon the announcement, Rolling Loud co-founder, Tariq Cherif, confirmed that Miami will remain as the main festival. In a press release, he explained the reason behind the festivals expansion, "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."
While many people were stuck at home live streaming their favorite rapper's set, it's looking like the festival will be more accessible to people in the near future.
Check the poster below: