The massive rap festival Rolling Loud Miami, headlined by Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, and Playboi Carti, is coming straight to your TV or smart device this weekend.
You can watch and listen to the festival, which takes place at Hard Rock Stadium, starting at 4 p.m. EDT Friday, and again at that starting time Saturday and Sunday. On the festival’s bill are more than 120 rap and hip-hop artists, plus hardcore punk band Turnstile, Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Anuel AA and Dominican dembow musician El Alfa. Musicians will be performing on four stages.
Rolling Loud festival livestream: How to watch online
Who’s playing Rolling Loud festival?
Dozens of artists are scheduled to perform each day of the festival. Here is a sampling of performers hitting the four stages.
- Friday, July 21: Playboi Carti, Lil Yachty, Rae Sremmurd, Key Glock, Ice Spice, Kodak Black and Anuel AA
- Saturday, July 22: Travis Scott, Trippie Redd, City Girls, Nav, Glorilla, Coi Leray, Sheck Wes, Chief Keef, Ski Mask the Slump God, Central Cee, 21 Savage and El Alfa
- Sunday, July 23: A$AP Rocky, Don Toliver, Bryson Tiller, Offset, Turnstile, Lil Tjay, Latto, DJ Five Venoms & Friends, Lil Uzi Vert
For full roster and the most up-to-date set times, go to the Rolling Loud website.
PinkPantheress has to cancel Rolling Loud appearance in Miami
Pop singer-songwriter PinkPantheress had been among the acts added to the Rolling Loud lineup – punk rock band Turnstile included – to expand the musical offerings. But the singer, who has the song “Angel” on the “Barbie” soundtrack, released a statement Friday saying she had to cancel that night’s appearance “to preserve my quality of hearing. PinkPantheress revealed last year she had 80% hearing loss in her right ear.
“It is with great regret that I have to cancel my festival appearances this weekend at Rolling Loud and Capitol Hill Block,” she said in a statement provided by Rolling Loud Miami. “I have been advised by Doctors and my team to take a break from performances in order to preserve my quality of hearing. I am so devastated that I am not able to perform but I am doing everything in my power to get better so I can continue to do what I love. I hope to return to the US sooner rather than later! Thank you for all your well wishes and understanding.”
The musician’s loss of hearing “happened gradually,” she told the BBC last year. “I told myself that, whatever happens, you still have another good working ear. As long as you protect that, you’re going to be fine.”
In June, the musician cancelled a performance at the Primavera Festival in Spain due to “partial hearing loss,” she said on Twitter. “In order to be back on stage again, i need time to heal,” she tweeted.