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The Rolling Loud has revealed that they will be performing at their 2023 California concert, and it includes heavy-hitters from such artists as Lil Wayne, Future and many more.

The wildly popular festival returns at the Hollywood Park Grounds adjacent to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood from March 3 to 5 2023. Tickets are on sale starting this Thursday (November 18.).

Playboi Carti as well as Travis Scott will also headline in the show, making it Travis Scott’s first major concert on the United States since 2021’s Astroworld Festival tragedy. Travis was in decision to take over the role of Kanye West for Rolling Loud Miami in July however, the show’s co-founder and CEO Tariq Cherif said the venue would not allow the show due to the death of a victim at Astroworld.

Cherif later changed his commentsand instead stated that it was too little of a turnaround time to take off Travis his elaborate stage layout.

The Cactus Jack rapper did make a return to music festivals traveling across the pond earlier in the year and even performed some brand-new songs during his set in London’s O2 Arena. The reaction from the crowd was positive and Travis afterwards celebrated alongside NBA players James Harden and Kevin Durant.

Other names that will be on the 2023 SoCal bill include Kodak Black, Tyga, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Tory Lanez, Moneybagg Yo and many more. One name that is likely not to appear on a Rolling Loud lineup again, however it’s 21 Savage.

The rapper from Atlanta was scheduled for the closing performance at Rolling Loud New York in September, but he pulled out at the very last moment. Afterward the rapper stated in a now deleted tweetthat that he would never perform at the festival in the future.

“Rolling Loud will never get a show out of me ever again,” the singer wrote.

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There was no confirmation of what transpired was ever made public however the speculation is that 21 arrived in the late hours to perform, and was denied entry on the stage.