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Rolling Loud Announces New York 2022 Dates, Early Bird Presale Starts June 3rd

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The World's Biggest Rap Festival Returns to the Five Boroughs, Promising the Biggest Rap Names and Local NY Heroes; Lineup To Be Announced

Growing from a one-day festival in 2015 to the world’s premier rap fest brand in 2021 and beyond, Rolling Loud is set to have its biggest year yet in 2022. Building on the recent announcement and sold-out presale for Miami 2022, Rolling Loud announces its return to the mecca of rap music with Rolling Loud New York 2022.

Promising a mix of rap’s biggest names, rising stars, and Five Borough favorites, RL NY comes back to Citi Field in Queens, NY on September 23rd-25th, 2022. Offering early access to the festival at a special discounted lock-in price, presale tickets for Rolling Loud New York are available starting June 3rd @ 12pm ET here.

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Rolling Loud returns to New York after a successful 2021 event, which was the first Rolling Loud outside of Miami to span 3 days. With headliners that included J. Cole and 50 Cent, plus a laundry list of NYC stars past and present, including Bobby Shmurda, Joey Bada$$, Ferg, Sleepy Hallow, and more, RL NY 2021 was a sold-out celebration of hip-hop in the genre’s birthplace.

The announcement of Rolling Loud New York 2022 comes hot on the heels of the festival’s reveal of Rolling Loud Toronto, the first-ever Rolling Loud in Canada, featuring an international array of A-listers including headliners Future, WizKid, and Dave. Rolling Loud starts its international expansion this summer, with Rolling Loud Portugal (July 6-8th, 2022) and WOO HAH! Fest in the Netherlands (July 1st-3rd).

Rolling Loud is hard at work in preparation for this summer’s Rolling Loud Miami 2022, boasting perhaps the most impressive group of headliners in Rolling Loud history: Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, and Future. With those superstars leading an array of A-listers and red hot risers, Rolling Loud Miami returns to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL on July 22nd-24th.

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