HARD Events is back this summer with yet another stacked lineup for its fifteenth edition of HARD Summer 2023. Alongside the amazing lineup reveal with historic B2Bs (two or more performers join forces to share the turntables, trading off on song selections and hyping up the crowd manifold.), HARD Summer announced its return to Downtown Los Angeles after a ten year run at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino. The two day festival will take place across the campuses of Exposition Park, the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and BMO Stadium on August 5th and 6th.
The lineup announcement has already revealed who will play which day of the festival, eliminating the ‘daily lineup’ question. Saturday, August 5th is top billed with Kaskade B2B John Summit, Diplo B2B Blond:ish, and special guest 21 Savage. Sunday’s feature is Skrillex B2B Four Tet, Grammy-winning Black Coffee, and special guest Kid Cudi. The roster stays true to the multi-genre philosophy we have seen over the years. HARD also offers a wide variety of up-and-coming artists, underground kings and queens of the scene, plus those massive night-closing mind-melting headliners to curate a festival to perfection. The legendary Boys Noize, LA’s big personality Dillon Francis, and chart-toppers Gordon City will all make their veteran returns this year at HARD Summer. The rap and hip-hop scene will be represented by the one and only Ludacris (LUDA!) and Fat Joe.
At HARD Summer, you can head on over to the Pink stage for a true fulfillment of house and techno right in the historical home of underground raves. In addition to Black Coffee, HARD brings The Martinez Brothers, Bicep, Denis Sultan and Loco Dice.
If you’re looking for something HARDer, you can check out Netsky, Kayzo B2B Sullivan King, SAYMYNITTI (SAYMYNAME and Nitti Grittij combo), PEEKABOO, and Diesel (SHAQ!) are all sure to provide a headbangers ball. Alix Perez, Kai Wachi, Yellow Claw B2B Flosstradamus, 4B B2B JSTJR will also bring the heavy vibes with newcomers to watch ISOxo and Knock2. If you love a good feeling of bliss and euphoria, SIPPY, Blanke, Luude and Ninajirachi got you covered. If you love a good heavy feeling of nostalgia that could also bring euphoria and bliss, you’ll need to check out the Emo Nite set, a set of two emo music enthusiasts bringing the top hits of the early 2000’s right back to your heart and screaming out of your lungs.
The new venue location brings new perks too! Patrons can utilize LA’s public transportation system to attend the festival, plus HARD is bringing some amazing afterparties at top venues around the city (TBA). Tickets are on sale NOW for this two day extravaganza, with VIP and GA options that can be purchased for as little as $9.95! Don’t wait!