After a weekend of many performances, celebrity sightings, singing and dancing, the Miami community knows that music festival season is back! Rolling Loud participated in its sixth edition of the Miami festival at Hard Rock Stadium.
The weekend consisted of many artists playing some of their fan favorites tracks, alongside much new and upcoming music.
Megan Thee Stallion had a big weekend, as a performer on the Ciroc Stage, alongside her performance and new magazine cover debut for Sports Illustrated Swim. Megan performed many of her classic songs including, “Hot Girl Summer” and “WAP”, as the crowd went crazy for her amazing moves and voice!
Travis Scott wowed everyone once again, dropping a new song in the middle of his headlining set! With 250 drones turning into a QR code, festival-goers were able to scan the code in the sky and pre-save the new single. The new single titled, “Escape Plan” does not have an official release date yet, but this for sure got fans excited about new music! Throughout the rest of his set, those same drones came together to form a cactus in the air.
DaBaby brought out friend and fellow hip-hop sensation, Tory Lanez. The two were involved in an altercation last year, but this performance showed the world they are back on good terms, following their recent release together on the song, “SKAT.”
Jack Harlow hit the Rolling Loud stage again this year, bringing out Miami Heat player, Tyler Herro during his song titled, “Tyler Herro.” The two danced around on stage together and embraced the moment!
After 2 years of much anticipation, festival-goers were so excited to be back at Hard Rock Stadium and embracing everyone's love for music in a crowd for the first time in a long time. This is just the start, as more major music festivals make their way across the United States in the upcoming months.
Rolling Loud followed all COVID-19 guidelines and protocols in accordance with local and state laws throughout the three-day festival.