Travis Scott, Future and Playboy Carti will headline the world’s largest hip-hop festival as Rolling Loud California heads to Hollywood Park in Inglewood March 3-5, 2023.
The three-day festival will mark its return to Los Angeles County for the first time since 2019 when it takes over the grounds adjacent to SoFi Stadium.
Though Playboy Carti — the Georgia-born mumble rapper whose showmanship and use of vampire iconography earned him the nickname “King Vamp” — has been a Rolling Loud mainstay since 2016, he’s scheduled to make his headlining debut on the 2023 fest’s third day, alongside special guest Lil Wayne. Houston’s Travis Scott takes top billing on Friday, while trap icon Future leads the bill on Saturday.
Rolling Loud California played San Bernadino’s National Orange Show Events Center in December 2021. The return to Los Angeles is heralded by LA rap stalwarts Tyga, OhGeesy, Blueface and G. Perico. Their joined on the undercard by long-time genre stars Chief Keef and 2 Chainz, along with a host of contemporary stars like Lil Baby, Saweetie and Lil Uzi Vert.
Rolling Loud will be the first festival at the 300-acre venue.
Rolling Loud – which first began as a one-day event in Miami in 2015 and had since evolved into a global phenomenon – established its California presence in 2017 with Rolling Loud Bay Area and Rolling Loud Southern California, which was held in San Bernardino. It played two years in LA in 2018 and 2019, before heading back to the Inland Empire in 2021.
Rolling Loud announced in September it will make its debut in Asia in April 2023.
General admission tickets go on sale Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. Pacific. See rollingloud.com/cali2023 for more details.