ON DECK: Rolling Loud New York

Fresh off a historic sell-out in Miami earlier this year, Hip-Hop’s biggest festival brand is making its Big Apple debut. Expanding from an annual event in Miami, Florida into a global series of hip-hop festivals, Rolling Loud announces the lineup for Rolling Loud New York, occurring on October 12th and 13th at Citi Field. GA and VIP tickets for Rolling Loud New York go on sale at 10am ET on July 26th.

Appropriate for the festival’s arrival in The City That Never Sleeps, Rolling Loud New York boasts one of the festival brand’s most impressive lineups yet, boasting headlining performances from New York icons A$AP Rocky and Wu-Tang Clan, alongside genre superstars Travis Scott, Meek Mill, and Lil Uzi Vert. Rounding out the lineup are established A-Listers like Young Thug, Juice WRLD, Playboi Carti, Pusha T, and YG, on-fire newcomers like DaBaby, Blueface, Polo G, Lil Mosey, Megan Thee Stallion, and Lil Keed, plus an unimpeachable collection of veteran and rising New Yorkers, including A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, DMX, Fat Joe, Sheck Wes, Lil Tecca, Action Bronson, Fabolous, Lil TJay, Flipp Dinero, Young M.A., Dave East, Don Q, Pop Smoke, Casanova, and more.

The New York installment of Rolling Loud will provide an entirely new festival experience, bringing a curated lineup of champions in addition to experiential activations and premier food and beverage options throughout the festival grounds. Pre-sale tickets for Rolling Loud New York sold out in less than 24 hours.

Growing from a single day Miami-based festival into a global company and the biggest live brand in rap music, Rolling Loud’s success embodies the spirit of Hip-Hop. With 2019 being its biggest year yet, over 210,000 fans packed the grounds over the course of three days at the Miami festival, with annual events also being held in Australia, the Bay Area and Southern California. Bringing sold-out crowds to every edition of the festival, Rolling Loud, founded and operated by Matt Zingler & Tariq Cherif, has boasted past performances from heavy-hitters including Migos, Travis Scott, Cardi B, Kid Cudi, Lil Wayne, Post Malone, Future, Kendrick Lamar and A$AP Rocky, along with a varied list of rising stars and underground sensations.