The star-studded Miami rap festival shares the full schedule for next weekend, which, inevitably, includes some conflicting set times.
We're less than a week away from the Rolling Loud festival, which boasts the year's most impressive hip-hop lineup. It begins this Friday in Miami's Bayfront Park. Earlier tonight, the festival shared the latest version of its lineup -- featuring the addition of YG -- as well as the set times for all three days and nights.
There needs to be two stages to support such a stacked lineup, though some ticket-holders are now realizing that they might have to choose between seeing some of their favorite artists.
Some festival-goers expressed dismay about the set times, fearing that overlap will exist -- for example -- between Kendrick Lamar and Young Thug, or Future and Travis Scott. Indeed, it's unclear if attendees will only get to see one headliner per night. If so, they face some tough decisions.
No matter the stage, though, anyone lucky enough to attend the sold-out fest will get to witness some of the most elite talent hip-hop has to offer. Find the set times below, and take a look at some of the early reactions on Twitter.
UPDATED LINEUP + SET TIMES— #RollingLoud3 (@RollingLoud) May 1, 2017
1 MORE ARTIST TBA ON MAY 3 pic.twitter.com/Y1OGjbSZRg
@RollingLoud Why are the best guys playing at the same times almost?? That's low key wack their stage times will overlap— Lucky Luciano (@tim_reaper15) May 1, 2017
@RollingLoud ASAP AND LIL WAYNE AT SIMILAR TIMES??? TRAVIS AND FUTURE??? JUST KILL ME NOW— jen ⚰️ (@__coldheartedxo) May 1, 2017
@RollingLoud Future & Travis overlapping...Kendrick and Thug overlapping...wtf— O'Hara (@MichaelTOHara) May 1, 2017
@THESLUMPGOD ski mask is gonna be at rolling loud omfg. Bruh but why they put u same time as Chief keef— Rated-R (@SheSoSheeda) May 1, 2017
Mick Jenkins was also added tonight, though he missed the poster.
Our fault @mickjenkins— #RollingLoud3 (@RollingLoud) May 1, 2017
We'll have him on the updated schedule releasing May 3rd
There will be one more artist announcement on May 3, and it will probably be a big one.