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Rolling Loud Tickets & 2021 Festival Lineup

Hip Hop fans are now getting excited as the Rolling Loud festival is almost here! In just three weeks, hip hop lovers can now feel alive again as they dance and sing with this year’s lineup. Though Rolling Loud Festival’s main location is in Miami, this year, it will be hosted in different cities across the world. You can see it in New York, California, Portugal, and Miami.

For this article, we will be looking at the current lineup for Miami Rolling Loud Festival, the ticket prices, and where you can get one.

Miami Rolling Loud Festival

The Rolling Loud Festival in Miami is set to be held from July 23 to 25, 2021. This three-day event will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium, in Miami Gardens. The event is expected to start at 2:59 PM on the 23rd.

Miami Rolling Loud Festival Tickets

There are three admission types for the Miami Rolling Loud Festival. Hip hop and music lovers who want to enjoy this music festival can purchase their tickets for as low as $418. The most expensive ticket for VIPs costs around $5600.

Miami Rolling Loud Festival Lineup

First Day (Friday, July 23rd)

For the first day of the Miami Rolling Loud Festival, you can enjoy the music and performances from 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Rick Ross, Ski Mask the Slump God, City Girls, The Kid Laroi, Lil Tecca, Lil Skies, Moneybagg Yo, Nle Choppa, 42 Dugg, Toosii, $Not, Flo Milli, Morray, Dog, Curren$y, Spotemgottem, Fredo Bang, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, Est Gee, Sada Baby, Fat Nick, Pi’erre Bourne, Jasiah, Lil Loaded, Erica Banks, Kenny Mason, Robb Bank$, Nardo Wick, Zoey Dollaz, Jozzy, Dess Dior, Guwop Reign, Beanz, Ken Car$on, F$50 Dinero, Rich Dunk, R-Mean, Hood Brat, Sparoh, and K Charles.   

Second Day (Saturday, July 24th)    

As the weekend starts to roll, watch out for this Saturday line up starting with Young Thug, Roddy Ricch, Kodak Black, Gunna, Swae Lee, Don Toliver, Lil Durk, Nav, Polo G, Sheck Wes, Young Dolph, Chief Keef, Coi Leray, Wale, Blueface, J.I., Key Glock, Kaash Paige, Benny the Butcher, Lil Keed, Hotboii, Stunna 4 Vegas, Dave East, Sofaygo, Babyface Ray, Lucki, Lil Gotit, 22GZ, Dee Watkins, Beam, Slimelife Shawty, Ynw Bslime, Lil Eazzyy, Mooski, Ssgkobe, Lakeyah, Danny Towers, Kentheman, Kali, Armani Caesar, CEO Trayle, Kaykilo, Tes X, and Gat$.

Third Day (Sunday, July 25th)

For the last and final day of the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami, you can have fun with Lil Uzi Vert, Dababy, Megan the Stallion, Tyga, Gucci Mane, Rod Wave, Lil Tjay, Jack Harlow, Lil Yachty, $uicideboy$, Pooh Shiesty, Saint JHN, Yung Bleu, T-Pain, Fetty Wap, Mulatto, Rico Nasty, Pouya, Tyla Yaweh, Ohgeesy, Young Nudy, Fivio Foreign, BLXST, X Camp, Shordie Shordie, Pardison Fontaine, Bia, BRS Kash, IDK, Rubi Rose, Jackboy, Tay Money, YN Jay, Duke Deuce, Mariah the Scientist, BFB the Packman, Blacc Zacc, Thehxliday, Bigkaybeezy, Dro Kenji, Bobby Fishcale, Fcg Heem, Tafia, Tiacorine, Skodi, and Space Jam the Pilot.

The final night will be with a special performance from Bobby Shimurda while sounds will be provided by Scheme and Five Venoms.

For visitors who don’t know their way around Miami, you can take the shuttle from Herald Plaza and Gulfstream Park. The shuttle from Herald Plaza is available from 3:30 in the afternoon until 9 in the evening while the shuttle service from Gulfstream Park is available from 12 AM until 1 AM. The shuttle will pick and take you to Hard Rock Stadium. 

Sponsors – New Miami Music Festival 2021-2022

While everyone is waiting for their dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, electronic dance music fans are waiting for their pulsating live EDM experience. This was after organizers of the biggest EDM festival in the world announced their cancellation of this year’s Miami Music Festival. This is the second year that the Miami Music Festival has been canceled.

Miami Music Festival showcases the biggest gathering of EDM fans around the world and if God is willing, the 2022 Miami Music Festival will be celebrating its 23rd year. The event started in 1999 in Beach Collin’s Park. From there, organizers of the said festival had to start scouting different locations every year because of its growing popularity. In 2017, a record-breaking 165,000 attendees came to Bayfront Park to attend that year’s festival.

Apparently, the cancellation of such huge gatherings doesn’t just affect the organizers, performers, and fans – it also affects other sectors such as the Miami concrete contractors who are often hired to build stage in each venue. In the last few years, the Miami Music Festival had been having simultaneous venues around Miami – so imagine how many stages are being built every year to cater to this event alone.

What Awaits Miami and EDM fans this 2022

Miami Music Festival has been cancelled for two years in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ticketholders of the 2020-cancelled event were advised that they can use their ticket for the 2021 event. The 2021 event was also cancelled though. In an announcement, the organizers of the event said that they will be sending emails to all ticketholders regarding refund or reuse of their purchased ticket. Organizers are looking forward to a better and safer 2022 to be able to pursue a new Miami music festival.

Who Will be the Sponsors of the 2021-2022 festival?

To date, organizers of the Miami Music Festival haven’t issued any announcement yet regarding the 2021-2022 music festival. They are hoping to have one soon but can’t provide any information yet when it comes to potential lineup or sponsors. As we enter the third quarter of 2021, vaccination against coronavirus seems a little slow and if it continues and immunization herd isn’t met by the end of 2021, the chance for a Miami Music Festival might remain slim next year. 

A Guide to Miami Festivals & Events in 2021

2020 passed like a blur and with all vacations and events being cancelled, everyone looked forward to 2021. Then 2021 is here and we are almost halfway and the pandemic is still on. Still, you shouldn’t lose hope as there are events and festivals that you might still enjoy if you are in Miami or just nearby. Read more for more festivals here

Free Comic Book Day

The Free Comic book Day happens every May of each year but with the pandemic going on, this event has been moved to August. Scheduled on the 14th of August this year, on a Saturday.

This event allows Miami comic book stores to have their parties at their shop. They have events such as comic sketching and best in costume. This year’s Comic Book Day is special because it will be the 20th-anniversary celebration for this event.

Orchid Festival

Before the pandemic, the Tamiami International Orchid Festival is held every January. This year, to push it through, it is being scheduled for October. Set to be happening on the first three days of October at Miami Dade County fair Expo Center.

This orchid festival is known to be the biggest orchid festival worldwide and for only $12, you can get in and have a chance to admire those beautiful orchids, up close. Kids are free for this event.

Vegan Block Party

Are you a vegetarian or curious about this discipline? Time to learn more about this diet this October. Vegan Block Party is arriving in Miami this Saturday in Virginia Key Beach Park.

Have a night out with the family on this day and enjoy the vegetarian menu and drinks from the vendors invited to this event. The event place is a popular beachfront so you can also have a night swim before and after tasting those delicious vegetarian dishes.

Deering Seafood Festival

If you have been looking forward to the Deering Seafood Festival last March and were frustrated to learn that it was cancelled, then we have good news for you! Deering State is rescheduling the event this October.

Have fun with the entire family on this whole day event on October 16, Saturday.

Read more: 10 Best Music Festivals in Miami

Miami Car Show

With two schedules cancelled this year, Miami still wants to push through with one of its best events – the Miami Car Show. Originally set in February then rescheduled for May, this event has been rescheduled again as an October event. This October, the organizers aim to present the best in the auto industry in terms of cars, SUVs, trucks, and sports cars.

Rolling Loud Festival

This July, Rolling Loud Festival has announced that they will push through on the 23rd up to the 25th of the month. The event will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium. So far, no cancellation was announced.

Miami Beach Pride

The LGBTQ community will be celebrating Pride this year, hopefully, and it is scheduled for September 10 to 19. The event will be held at Lummus Park and so far, no cancellation was announced.

Circuit Festival

Thanksgiving and a pride celebration, the LGBTQ community is also having the Circuit Event this November 25 to 29 to be held at the different locations across Miami Beach. According to their initial release, Circuit Festival will be this year’s ultimate gay party.

10 Best Music Festivals in Miami

For most, Miami is synonymous with ‘party’ and ‘fun’ because of its spectacular festivals of all kinds. Miami is known for music festivals, costume parties, and parties hosted by the rich and famous from in and outside Miami. With a calendar full of festivals, here are the ten best music festivals in Miami that you shouldn’t miss.

Ultra Music Festival

For electronic dance music (EDM) lovers, the Ultra Miami Festival shouldn’t be missed. It is held every March of each year and is known to be the largest EDM festival in the world. Originally set As a celebration of up in Bayfront Park in Miami, this festival has evolved big time, hosting parties at different locations within Miami at the same time.
Ultra Music Festival also serves as an avenue for upcoming and new EDM artists to show off their talent and let EDM lovers hear their music. This party allows unlimited music, water, food, and drinks to be enjoyed by fans for three days.

Carnaval Festival

As a celebration of its culture, Miami holds an annual party every March and calls it Carnaval Festival. Carnaval Festival is held every March on one of its weekends. During the festival, locals and guests can enjoy local Miami music played live, local Miami cuisines, and Miami arts. Though it celebrates Miami’s culture, the selection of music, food, and art is not limited though, and some great international stuff is also on display.

Miami Jazz Festival

If you are into jazz music, add the South Beach Jaz Music Festival to your calendar. This event happens every January and is a 3-day long party. Have a taste of the different styles that jazz can be played. Want to hear Spanish or New Orleans jazz music? This is the best place to have it.

Calle Ocho Festival

Miami is known for its diversified population and culture and if you are into Latin music, the Calle Ocho Festival will surely satisfy you. This event happens in March on one of its Saturdays, so watch out for their specific schedule.
This block party allows multiple stages to be set up within the block. Each stage can feature different music, reggae, salsa, hip hop, jazz, and rap among others.

Winter Party

The Winter party is not just a party but is also a fundraising event. This is hosted by the LGBTQ community and yet it opens the party to everyone. It features live music with famous DJs playing it. The event is held every third month of the year in South Florida.

Okeechobee Festival

For a night of great music from known artists, the Okeechobee festival is a must on your list. It is the lollapalooza of South Florida and since its first festival in 2016, its always been a success for both the organizers, invited musicians, and fans. Among the guests invited to this event were Skrillex, Kendrick Lamar, George Clinton, and Usher.

9 Mile Festival

Also known as Marley Fest as it started as a tribute to Bob Marley’s son, 9 Mile is known for showcasing reggae music. This festival allows friendly competition between reggae lovers and during the festival, visitors, and locals are welcomed to give canned goods and other food items that are then given to charities in Jamaica and even within South Florida.

Tortuga Festival

Are you into country music? Don’t miss the Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale and their classic and new lineup of pop singers. At this music festival, you can calm your soul with the music of Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, and Maren Morris.

Afro Roots Music Festival

Miami is a place for everyone, and they proved it with the Afro Roots Music Festival. This is one of the longest-running music festivals in the city, honoring African musicians and their music.

III Points

III Points is a music festival for electronic dance music lovers that is held in South Florida. It is also one of the most affordable festivals to see in the city. If you missed the biggest EDM festival which is Ultra, III Points will be a great option.

Will there be a Miami Music Week 2021?

Miami music fest, also known as Miami music week or MMW, is an electronic dance music festival that is held every March of each year. It is held in Miami Florida. This event is often attended by hundreds of thousands of music enthusiasts. The first Miami music valley festival happened in March of 2011. According to news, this festival brings in up to $80 million in revenue for Miami every year.

MMW and How It Happens

This week-long event is a simultaneous event held across Miami. EMD parties are held in various locations such as poolside, bars, boats, and make-up venues. This powerful crowd-attracting event is extremely affected by the current pandemic. With the coronavirus pandemic, EDM music fans around the world must wonder if there will be a Miami Music Week 2021!

Unfortunately, the Miami Music Week 2021 has been canceled officially, and are hoping to finally have it again in 2022.

The Miami music fest was also canceled in 2020.

Miami Music Week

The Miami music valley festival is held in different locations within Miami such as Miami Beach, Downtown Miami, Little Haiti, and Wynwood. The biggest Miami music fest happened in 2015 wherein more than 1000 performers played on stage. That year, in one week, there were more than 260 events held as well.

To have more venues and events, hotels within the Miami area hosted pool parties for their guests during MMW. Big names in the hotel industry such as Dream, Gale, SLS, Raleigh, and Surfcomber all take part in this event. This event is indeed a surefire way to increase the number of hotel guests. Delano Hotel was the first hotel that catered to the MMW in 2011. After 5 years, Delano hotel hosted the event again.

More Than a Festival

The MMW is not just a typical music gathering where music and dance enthusiasts, musicians, and dancers drink and get merry. It is also a place where people reunite, celebrate, show their skills in dancing and music, and take a break. It also gives chance to aspiring EDM performers to be recognized and hopefully, get noticed by some producers.

Miami Music Week 2021

Despite the approval of coronavirus vaccines in the US and the number of people who got it, Miami and the entire country are still adamant to stop the spread of coronavirus. This led to the cancellation of the March 2021 MMW that was announced in January 2021. The 2021 MMW event was supposed to be held in Bayfront Park from March 26 to 28 of 2021.

According to the statement released by the organizers of the event, the event has to be canceled due to the current coronavirus pandemic considerations. They also reiterated the importance of everyone’s safety hence they are following all protocols, including cancellation of events that might lead to more coronavirus infection. They also assured all ticket holders that their concern about refund or possibly using it in the 2022 event will be taken care of.

 Hopefully, the 2022 MMW will push through with its tentative date of March 25 to 27.