Rolling Loud Music Festival 2015's Lineup: Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, 30 Others

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Stop sleeping.

"The Miami scene is huge in my eyes," says Dope Entertainment cofounder Tariq Cherif, "and somehow, it's still slept on."

But he and business partner Matt Zingler got a plan for taking the 305 to the world. It's the Rolling Loud Music Festival, set to turn up on February 28 at Soho Studios in Wynwood.

The fest's lineup is stacked. There are underground Miami rap stars like Denzel Curry, Pouya, and Yung Simmie. And there are big, bold names like Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, A$AP Ferg, Juicy J, and Curren$y too.

Just check the cut for the full Rolling Loud roster.

See also: Miami's Rolling Loud: "Why Don't We Have an Ultra for Hip-Hop?"

Rolling Loud Music Festival 2015's Lineup

-Schoolboy Q

-Juicy J

-A$AP Ferg

-Action Bronson


-Travi$ Scott

-Casey Veggies

-Denzel Curry

-Robb Bank$

-Domo Genesis

-Shy Glizzy





-Chris Travis & Xavier Wulf

-Yung Simmie

-Kembe X

-Lucki Ecks


-Retro Sushi



-Allan Kingdom


-Awful Records

-Alex Wiley


-Mani Coolin'


-Sean Bang

-More TBA

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Rolling Loud Music Festival. Saturday, February 28. Soho Studios, 2136 NW First Ave., Miami. Gates open at 1 p.m., and tickets cost $60 to $100 plus fees via ticketweb.com. All ages. Visit rollingloud.com.

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