Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival announces return to Australia in 2024

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Major international music festival Rolling Loud has revealed it has its sights set on Australia, with the world’s largest hip-hop festival announcing it is set to return down under next year.

In a brief social media post that delighted eager fans, the festival confirmed it was “coming soon” to Australia and New Zealand next year.

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Keen punters will have to wait for more details as Rolling Loud remains tight-lipped on specifics, saying cities, dates and lineup information is also “coming soon”.

Rumours are swirling Future and Toosii will headline the massive day, according to prediction site WhatsLively.

Rolling Loud was last in Australia in 2019 when names such as Future, Playboi Carti and Tyga graced Sydney showground — and hip-hop fans are eager to celebrate once again.

“Yoooo! Rolling Loud Australia, I’m mega pumped for that one,” one user tweeted.

“Rolling Loud Australia and New Zealand, I am screaming,” another said.

American rapper Travis Scott performs onstage during day two of Rolling Loud Miami this year. The festival has confirmed it’s heading down under in 2024. Credit: Jason Koerner/Getty Images
A$AP Rocky performs onstage during day three of Rolling Loud Miami. Credit: Jason Koerner/Getty Images

Launched in Miami in 2015, Rolling Loud has since become the world’s largest hip-hop festival, with annual events in Miami, Los Angeles and New York.

The event’s popularity led to it expanding to Canada, Europe and Asia, taking its show to Thailand for the first time earlier this year.

Chart-toppers Cardi B, Travis Scott and Chris Brown all took to the stage to headline the three-day event.

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