Future Bring Out Travis Scott at Rolling Loud Miami


Future Bring Out Travis Scott at Rolling Loud Miami

Future's headline concert at Rolling Loud Miami on Saturday (July 23) had a slew of unexpected guests, none more so than Travis Scott.

Scott took part in Future's set, opening with the Southside-produced "Hold That Heat" and "Goosebumps." Scott stayed for a little while at Future's request, which led to the two singing "March Madness."

Scott was supposed to be banned from Rolling Loud after ten people died at his Astroworld Festival in November 2021, prompting many to speculate that his absence was the reason preceding Friday's (July 22) headliner Kanye West dropped out at the last minute. Instead, Rolling Loud welcomed Scott back with wide arms on Saturday, with Future encouraging him to keep playing, much to the joy of the audience.

Rolling Loud even asked Travis Scott to fill in as a headliner at one point, but the arrangements fell through.

“We reached out to Travis to headline Rolling Loud, but it couldn’t work in such a short time,” a spokesperson for Rolling Loud said. “This had nothing to do with any restrictions from the hosting venue Hard Rock Stadium.”

Despite the fact that Scott's comeback was a watershed event for Rolling Loud, he is still facing a potential lawsuit arising from the 2019 Rolling Loud festival.

According to concertgoer Marchelle Love, Scott was aware that his 2019 set was getting out of hand and failed to prevent a stampede. According to documents acquired by TMZ, Love claims that local police and venue security issued several warnings about boisterous concertgoers, which Scott ignored. During the stampede, Love's leg was shattered, while other people in the throng were trampled and passed out.

Loudly Rolling Miami's 2022 edition has had an eventful first two days. Ye ended up playing "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" alongside Lil Durk after pulling out of his headline act on Friday. Former Kids See Ghost collaborator Kid Kudi, who was chosen to replace Ye as the headliner, halted his act after four songs when a fan smacked him in the face with a water bottle.