J. Cole, Travis Scott and 50 Cent named headliners of Rolling Loud New York
Rick Ross, City Girls, Lil Baby and more are also featured in the lineup for New York’s iteration of Rolling Loud.
The lineup for New York’s version of the popular Rolling Loud festival has been announced. On Tuesday (June 8), coordinators of the three-day event unveiled the list of performers set to hit the stage when the festival makes its long-awaited return later this year.
On the first night, Rolling Loud New York will set the tone of the weekend with a headlining performance from someone familiar with the Big Apple: New York’s own 50 Cent. He will be preceded by a plethora of acts, including Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna, Gucci Mane, Polo G, MoneyBagg Yo and more.
J. Cole will headline the second night after Lil Baby, City Girls, Rick Ross, Kodak Black and several other musicians warm up the stage.
Roddy Ricch, Rod Wave and Dreezy are just a few of the artists that will take the stage on day three before Travis Scott brings it all home.
The festival, like many others, will be giving a multitude of artists the platform to connect with their fans in person, but with Griselda, Bobby Shmurda, The Diplomats, Fivio Foreign, Dave East and Dreamdoll hitting the stage, attendees will definitely get their fair share of some New York sauce.
Tickets for Rolling Loud New York will be available for purchase on Friday (June 11) at 12 p.m. ET. The festival is slated to go down at the Citi Field arena in Queens on Oct. 28 – Oct. 30 nearly three months after Rolling Loud California, which is set to take place in July.
The summer event will be the first time the festival takes place in southern California, but fans are likely to enjoy themselves as J. Cole — who is also headlining this event — will perform. Fellow headliners Future and Kid Cudi and others like French Montana, Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane, Kash Doll and 2 Chainz are scheduled to bless fans with performances of their hit songs as well.
Check out the tweet below to see the full lineup for Rolling Loud New York.
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