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Guide to Rolling Loud 2023

Find dates, times, pre-sale ticket information and everything else you need to know about Rolling Loud 2023 in Miami.

Falyn Wood
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In its relatively short lifespan, Miami’s flagship hip-hop festival Rolling Loud has become one of the biggest rap and hip-hop festivals in the entire country—even the world (it's included stops in Portugal and California). Since its birth as a single-day event in 2015, Rolling Loud has grown to a full weekend, with just about every rapper you can think of gracing its stage: Future, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, J. Cole, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane and so many more. Though it originated at Bayfront Park, Rolling Loud Miami has since made a new home at Hard Rock Stadium. If you can’t make it to the festival itself, keep an eye out for live-streaming opportunities and the Rolling Loud after-parties, which go down all week at some of the best clubs in Miami.

When is Rolling Loud 2023?

Similar to 2022’s festival, Rolling Loud 2023 takes place in the dead of Miami summer, from Friday, July 21 to Sunday, July 23—so dress accordingly (we already know you will)!

Where is Rolling Loud?

Rolling Loud Festival takes place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

How do I get tickets?

Presale tickets for Rolling Loud Festival go on sale Friday, July 29, 2022, at noon, and are available at rollingloud.com/miatix.

How much are Rolling Loud tickets?

Presale tickets for Rolling Loud 2023 are available with zero down and monthly payments of $33.85 (general admission), $49.57 (general admission plus), $74.14 (VIP) and $92.43 (VIP Munchies). 

What is the lineup for Rolling Loud Miami?

The 2023 lineup has no been announced, but 2022 saw the likes of Kid Cudi, Future and Kendrick Lamar as top headliners. Other big acts included 2 Chainz, Three 6 Mafia, Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, Saweetie and more, with a strong local showing from Kodak Black and City Girls, among others. 

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