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Rolling Loud Australia Tease Major News Coming 'This Week'

16 October 2023 | 10:25 am | Jessie Lynch

Festival organisers for Rolling Loud Australia have sent music fans into a tizzy today.

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Festival organisers for Rolling Loud Australia have sent music fans into a tizzy today with a cryptic post that hinted at some major news dropping this week.

Posting to Instagram on Monday morning (Oct. 16), Rolling Loud Australia’s official account posted an image that read: “This week".

The caption read “LOADING” alongside an Australian flag emoji and a link to Rolling Loud Australia’s website. It revealed that cities, dates, presale and line-up info are “coming soon” — presumably this week — along with an option to sign up for their mailing list.

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Back in August, the festival hinted at its return with another simple yet telling post on Rolling Loud Australia’s Instagram page that read: “COMING SOON 👀🇦🇺🇳🇿 SIGN UP 👉”

Upon clicking the link, the website revealed: “ROLLING LOUD DOWN UNDER 2024 DATES COMING SOON.”

It comes after the festival dropped some major hints earlier this year including taking to Instagram to post a poll asking fans, "Would you come to Rolling Loud if we came back?"

In the story before that, they posted a slow-mo cut video of Travis Scott with the caption, hey, which keen fans might take as a headliner hint. Another potential hint came via a post that features a picture of Playboi Carti, one of the most hyped live acts in the world, with no caption.

According to tour prediction website WhatsLively, there are whispers that rappers Future and Toosii will headline Rolling Loud Australia in 2024 — but we’re taking that with a grain of salt until we hear from the fezzy itself.

Rolling Loud was last in Australia with their monster festival in Sydney at the beginning of 2019. It featured acts including Future, Rae Sremmurd, YG, Tyga, Playboi Carti and locals Manu Crooks and Sophiegrophy.

The brand recently launched for the first time in Asia and hosted a festival in Thailand on April 13th and 15th with headliner Travis Scott alongside Cardi B, Lil Uzi Vert, Rick Ross, Soulja Boy and many many more.

Rolling Loud officially launched in 2015 and has since become the world's largest hip-hop festival in the world boasting yearly festivals in Miami, Los Angeles and New York as well as expanding to Europe, Canada and Asia. In 2021, their home festival in Miami was the first to return since the pandemic with over 75,000 attendees per day.

Stay tuned for all the Rolling Loud Australia updates as we hear them!