Rap and hip-hop fans have reason to rejoice – the Rolling Loud music festival returns to South Florida this weekend.
The three-day festival will take place on July 23rd-25e at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens after the 2020 edition was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An increase in traffic is expected throughout Miami Beach as festival-goers visit the community, but the city has a comprehensive plan prepared to ensure the safety and enjoyment of visitors and residents.
To better manage traffic and potential congestion issues in the Flamingo Park and South of Fifth neighborhoods, 6th Street to 15th Street on the west side of Washington Avenue and on the south side of 5th Street from Lenox to Washington avenues will limit traffic in residential areas.
License plate readers will be deployed in the corridors of 5th Street and 41st Street from 4 p.m. daily Friday through Sunday.
To accommodate the LPRs in the evening, the MacArthur and Julia Tuttle roadways will have only one lane in the direction is open to travel from 9:30 p.m. until the early hours of the next day.
Residents are encouraged to use the Venetian Causeway if they plan to return to town during these hours.
Blocks 100 and 200 of streets 5 to 15 will also be closed to traffic.
From Friday to Sunday, a flat-rate parking rate of $ 20 per vehicle will be imposed in all parking garages in the city of the Art Deco Cultural District, with the exception of access card holders and residents. No entry / exit will be allowed.
For more information on how traffic will be impacted during the festival, click here.