Rolling Loud and Twitch Partner to Roll Out Virtual Music Festivals

ROLLING LOUD and TWITCH have partnered to release virtual music festivals, all online. Since 'rona hit, the life of a festival goer will never be the same. Sure we've seen the socially distanced "pod" options, but being back to back stuck in a festival mosh pit, probably won't happen in America for many years to come.

Rolling Loud, one of the most successful hip hop festivals, announced a partnership with the popular streaming service, Twitch, known mostly for watching live gamers, to bring your favorite artists and acts right to your home. Keeping everything safe by keeping the social distance of course. This weekend, fans got a glimpse first hand of how these virtual concerts will go when Lil Uzi Vert and Megan thee Stallion both had streaming shows, paid, one of the first resolutions of their kind since COVID-19 hit.

Rolling Loud has been a touring giant for new age hip hop acts, with festivals in their home city, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, the newly launched New York festival and more.

Will you be attending the new paid virtual experiences? Or are you saving your money for the real thing?