Annual Rolling Loud music festival this weekend in Miami
Miami Gardens, Florida – This weekend, some of the biggest names in hip-hop are coming to Miami for the annual Rolling Loud music festival.
Zingler and Tariq Cherif are from Hollywood. They started the festival seven years ago with just a vision. “We try to be a mirror of hip-hop culture,” Matt Zingler said.
“We realized there just wasn’t Ultra for hip-hop. We said, ‘We can do that. Why can’t we do that?’ So we did that,” Cherif said.
The three-day festival sells out every year in Miami and it’s now held in different cities across the globe.
This year’s headliners are Kendrick Lamar, Future, and Kid Cudi. Also hitting the stage are South Florida’s very own rappers Kodak Black and City Girls.
More than 80,000 people are expected to attend the five stages, and security measures are in place.
When you come out to Rolling Loud make sure to wear some comfy shoes as concert-goers can expect to walk from stage to stage for their favorite acts. And while you’re waiting for your favorite artist to hit the stage, there are rides and food vendors on site to keep you busy.
Doors open at 4 p.m. at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Kid Cudi, a rival of Ye’s, will close out the first night.