The event takes place this August.
Hard Events has announced the highly anticipated lineup for the return of the Hard Summer Music Festival to the City of Angels for the first time in 10 years. Downtown Los Angeles from August 5-6 will feature brand new venues and stages. spread across campuses of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Exposition Park and the historic BMO Stadium.
The 2023 lineup remains true to its multi-genre and dedication to highlighting the emerging scene. This continues to make Hard Summer one of the most exciting festivals in the country. Fans can expect a triumphant return from those who set the big direction guiding Hard’s eclectic lineup alongside hip-hop artists. top hop beacon of the underground world and inciting scenes
Longtime music fans know that the artists who developed the brand in the early days has dominated the conversation about dance music around the world. to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary The festival therefore welcomes these titans back to the stage with creative content-based personalizations. Skrillex returns with a b2b-exclusive set featuring genius production Four Tet after Madison Square Garden sells out their favorite Kaskade. Heavily touched John Summit for generations of tag teams, Diplo will continue exploring the more mystical home set by publisher Higher Ground alongside Abracadabra icons Blond:ish.
The Hard alumni epic reunion continues with the inimitable Boys Noize, L.A. outrageous Dillon Francis and the chart-topping hits of Gorgon City.
Hip-hop and rap past and present will return to center stage at Hard once again alongside New York heroes Ludacris and Fat Joe in Atlanta. along with psychedelic rap superstars like Kid Coodie and the return of 21 Savage after a successful 2022 debut. Weird pops like Oliver Tree and the beautiful sounds of Two Feet.
Los Angeles’ long history as the center of underground house and techno music will raise the flag at Hard Summer’s Pink Stage in 2023 with the scene’s most iconic show, Black Coffee. Grammy Award winners from South Africa lead the bill alongside Bronx icon and head of the Cuttin’ Headz The Martinez Brothers, with a special live performance from Belfast’s live electronic duo Bicep Denis Sulta. Bringing his unpredictable flavor to the fold as Loco Dice brings the energy of Ibiza, the arena will host some of the industry’s most exciting acts including Ameme, Ben Sterling, Lauren Lane b2b Ms. Mada, ChaseWest, Azzecca. , Noizu and Nala
As a testament to their dedication to Los Angeles, Hard has selected the best of the city to contribute to a wide range of genres. Emo Nite will continue to reign as a post-apocalyptic revival. punk while the city’s famous warehouse scene features scenes from Club Tularosa and fun2bjane.
Those looking for heavier electronic instruments will find their place again at Hard Summer with performances by Belgian drum and bass icons Netsky, Kayzo b2b Sullivan King and Saymynitti (Nitti Gritti and Saymyname), as well as Kai Wachi. , Peekaboo, Alix Perez, Yellow Claw b2b Flosstradamus, Diesel, 4B b2b JSTJR, and fast-rising newcomers ISOxo and Knock2.
Hard Summer continues to invest in creating a convenient experience for attendees. With this never-before-used venue complex the perfect canvas to expand on, fans can easily hop on the LA subway to get to and from the event. Or sample some of the city’s most famous food stalls at the foot of the Coliseum Torch. Hard Summer will also host an official after-party at its premiere locations around Los Angeles. which presents true occupation of the city More after-party details will be announced closer to the festival.
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 10 at 10 a.m. PT through Hard Summer’s official website, and include GA and VIP options, which can be purchased with an initial deposit of $9.95.