Rolling Loud, the world’s largest hip-hop festival, is gearing up for its 10-year anniversary with an eclectic lineup set to captivate audiences at Rolling Loud California 2024. Returning to Hollywood Park near SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA, from March 15th to 17th, the festival boasts an impressive blend of A-list rapper, iconic Latin artists, and genre-bending vocalists.

Headlining the event are Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, and Future with Metro Boomin. Nicki Minaj, making her second headlining appearance at Rolling Loud, is set to unveil songs from her highly anticipated album, “Pink Friday 2.” Post Malone returns armed with an extensive catalog of mammoth hits, while Future and Metro are slated to rock the crowd with their amazing collaborative work. 

In an innovative move reflecting Southern California’s diverse culture, Rolling Loud introduces four extremely popular Latin artists to perform. The lineup includes Fuerza Regida, Natanael Cano, Junior H, and Chino Pacas. This marks a significant step in recognizing and celebrating the rich musical tapestry of the region and the exponentially rising popularity of the Latin music genre. Rolling Loud obviously still has their “ear to the streets” when it comes to music and festivals, captivating younger and more diverse audiences.

This edition of Rolling Loud California follows the success of the 2023 festival, headlined by Travis Scott, Future, and Playboi Carti. It was a historic event as the first music festival ever held at Hollywood Park. 

Rolling Loud commemorates “10 Years Of Rolling Loud” in 2024, recognizing its evolution from humble beginnings to a global powerhouse in hip-hop. Under the leadership of founders Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, the festival has not only provided a massive stage for rap’s biggest names but has also ventured into streetwear and professional sports, solidifying its position as a cultural force.

Stay tuned for more announcements about Rolling Loud California and other upcoming events by following Rolling Loud on Instagram for real-time updates. Passes are available for purchase as of October 17th on their website.

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