MIAMI GARDNES, Fla. – The Rolling Loud music festival entered its third and final day on Sunday.
It’s been a weekend full of great music and massive crowds at Hard Rock Stadium, with afterparty festivities spilling into Miami Beach.
A rainy Sunday didn’t stop the rap and hip hop fans from flocking to Miami Gardens to see some of the biggest names in music.
While the three-day weekend event has been filled with excitement, the big crowds, some of whom are unvaccinated and were maskless, are causing lots of concern now that COVID-19 cases are on the rise in South Florida.
On Saturday, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava posted a message on social media, urging the concertgoers to be safe and consider getting vaccinated.
To #RollingLoudMiami attendees: Our community is experiencing a dangerous spike in COVID cases. Please help us slow the spread by practicing safe behavior – and if you aren’t vaccinated, you can get the shot at a Rolling Loud vaccine pop-up all weekend.https://t.co/dl7HUm612d— Daniella Levine Cava (@MayorDaniella) July 24, 2021
Those in attendance Sunday were also expecting some sort of an appearance by Kayne West, but Billboard reported he would no longer be performing.