For the first time ever, Rolling Loud, a festival known for its killer lineup of talented hip-hop artists, made its way to Southern California to provide music lovers with one last major festival before the holidays. This two-day music event featured headliners Schoolboy Q and Future at the National Orange Show Events Center, a large, outdoor venue in San Bernardino, California. The festival also showcased other popular hip-hop artists, such as Post Malone, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, and Lil Pump, to name a few, and these artists did not disappoint. Of the many memorable moments from the weekend, Jaden Smith made the crowd go crazy after performing the cleanest moonwalk of all time during his performance of “Icon.” Lil Pump, a 17-year-old rapper, had the whole crowd jumping amid bursts of red confetti as he screamed the lyrics to his chart-topping song “Gucci Gang.” Finally, the festival set aside time to honor Lil Peep, a 21-year-old rapper who recently passed away, with a beautiful tribute from friends and fans.
If you missed it this time, Rolling Loud will be coming to Miami in May of 2018 for more live music, good drinks, and fun. Be sure to keep an eye out for the lineup at rollingloud.com, we’re sure it will be a good one! Here is part two of the photos from the festival.
Rich the Kid
*Stay tuned for part two featuring: Lil Pump, Post Malone, 21 Savage, Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug, and Future coming soon!*
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