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Rolling Loud Announces Lineup for Rolling Loud Thailand, Headlined by Travis Scott, Cardi B, and Chris Brown The World’s Premier Rap Festival Makes Its Asian Debut on April 13-15, 2023

The Announcement: Bringing the best in rap music to cities around the world, Rolling Loud is a true global phenomenon. Going big for its first-ever festival in Asia, Rolling Loud announces the star-studded lineup for Rolling Loud Thailand 2023.

Headlined by Travis Scott, Cardi B, and Chris Brown, the newly-announced lineup is an eclectic mix of current stars, respected veterans, and red-hot rap stars from Thailand and other Asian countries. Bringing three action-packed days of hip-hop at a picturesque beachside location, Rolling Loud Thailand makes its debut at Legend Siam in Pattaya on April 13th-15th, 2023. Tickets for Rolling Loud Thailand are available now at RollingLoud.com/ThTix

Beyond the headliners, Rolling Loud Thailand promises performances from Korea’s Jay Park, Jessi and Teriyaki Boyz, the Japanese rap group, plus superstars like Rae Sremmurd, A$AP Ferg, Offset, and Ski Mask The Slump God, veterans like Rick Ross, Waka Flocka Flame, Soulja Boy, and Fat Joe, and meteoric risers like Central Cee, Ken Car$on, Destroy Lonely, and Bktherula.

Rolling Loud Thailand continues Rolling Loud’s international expansion, which kicks into high gear in 2023. This summer, Rolling Loud hosts three festivals in Europe: the second annual Rolling Loud Portugal, and the first-ever Rolling Loud Rotterdam in The Netherlands and Rolling Loud Germany in Munich. The main event, as always, is Rolling Loud Miami, which returns for its 8th edition on July 21-23, 2023 at Hard Rock Stadium.

The next stop on Rolling Loud’s world tour is Rolling Loud California 2023, which returns to Los Angeles in just a few weeks. Headlined by Travis Scott, Future, and Playboi Carti, Rolling Loud California 2023 is the festival brand’s first event in Los Angeles County since 2019. Hosted in Hollywood Park, on the grounds adjacent to SoFi Stadium, in Inglewood, CA, Rolling Loud California touches down on March 3-5, 2023.

Led by its founders Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, Rolling Loud is the most powerful rap festival in history. Stay tuned for many more announcements, as Rolling Loud continues to lead the vanguard of live music experiences in hip-hop and beyond.

Buy tickets for Rolling Loud Thailand HERE

Stay tuned for more info, and check out Rolling Loud Portugal on Instagram for all the latest updates.

Watch clips and full performances at Rolling Loud’s YouTube

Buy Rolling Loud Merch: shoprollingloud.com

Critical Praise:

“Built from scratch by lifelong music fans Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, Rolling Loud’s early strengths were its daring curation and booking, elevating a new generation of artists with exciting live shows and captivating energy. Today, the biggest performers headline the raucous Miami festival, coming from all over the world, often driven solely by their love and trust of Zingler and Cherif.” – Billboard

“Rolling Loud has become the biggest hip-hop festival in the country” – Variety

“From niche hip-hop festival to must-play event for some of the biggest stars in music.” – Pollstar

“Until Elon Musk involuntarily envelops society into a physical cloud universe, Rolling Loud will be the closest experience to actually living inside your streaming app.” – Complex

“Rolling Loud’s annual New York edition is always something special, but this year’s Halloween-weekend extravaganza (not to mention the first post-pandemic) brought seriously spectacular energy to Queens’ Citi Field.” – Highsnobiety

“Rolling Loud is a lifestyle brand. They are more than just the shows. They have built a community with their consumers and are building new channels to maintain continuity” – Forbes

“In four and a half years — beginning small in Miami, and now promoting Coachella-sized events around the country — Rolling Loud has established itself as a playground for the young…This time last year, many of the rappers now drawing crowds of several thousand were barely known.” – The New York Times

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