Rolling Loud announced earlier today that they would be returning for a 2024 concert in Thailand for another three-day event in November. The announcement came at a press event at Chupa Night Club in Bangkok, followed by performances from Thaitanium, 1mill, and FIIXD.
On the scorching concrete of Legend Siam in Pattaya, last year’s Rolling Loud was a landmark event for Thai hip-hop, partnering big headliners like Cardi B and Travis Scott with local talent like Milli and Thaitanium.
This year, the event will return to the same venue from November 22-24. Legend Siam is a sprawling event area, last year featuring three stages, food from around the country, an air conditioned tattoo parlor, and VIP areas. The November dates will be welcome news for acts and festival-goers alike who spent three days last year contending with Thailand’s intense April heat. 
No acts or setlists have been announced for the event so far, but the March version of Rolling Loud in LA set for later this month includes Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, and Lil Uzi Vert. 
Founded in 2015 by two friends from elementary school, Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, the first Rolling Loud kicked off at Soho Studios in the Wynwood district with headliners like Schoolboy Q, Juicy J, Currensy, and Action Bronson for the one-day event.