One controversial headliner who has been AWOL for a while will appear at Rolling Loud in Los Angeles in 2023: Travis Scott.
The popular hip-hop festival unveiled its lineup on Tuesday. It will take place March 3-5 at Hollywood Park outside SoFi Stadium. Scott, Atlanta’s Playboi Carti, and Grammy favorite Future will be on the main stage of Rolling Loud California, while New Orleans superstar Lil Wayne will perform as a guest.
Scott last played a show in Los Angeles in 2019 at the Forum. Scott will also be making his first local visit since the Astroworld tragedy in Houston last year, which claimed 10 lives as he played on stage at the concert he organized.
In addition to some strong female performers like Ice Spice, Kamaiyah, City Girls, and Saweetie, the lineup also includes notable rap artists like Lil Baby, 2 Chainz, Moneybagg Yo, and Lil Uzi Vert, as well as regional performers like Blueface, G. Perico, and OhGeesy. The event was once hosted in San Bernardino, but it also includes editions in Miami and New York in the United States, as well as Thailand and Portugal abroad.
In addition to being the first music festival held on the newly refurbished Hollywood Park grounds, its relocation to a convenient location honors South Los Angeles’ hip-hop heritage. Kid Cudi, J. Cole, and Future were the featured performers at the 2021 local edition.