You heard it here first, yes, another festival, scheduled for this July, drops a gnarly lineup! HARD Summer Music Festival releases their 2021 lineup and it is everything we could dream of. Coming back for year three, Hard Summer will make necks snap and booty’s shake on July 31 & August 1, 2021.
We present you… the HARD Summer lineup!
The power behind this lineup holds true with throwing in a little bit for everyone. Whether you are looking to headbang to some dubstep, get down to some underground bass, shuffle to house, or twerk to your favorite hip-hop artists, Hard Summer has you covered. Headlining this year is REZZ, Future, Wax Motif, KAYZO, and JOYRYDE. Not to mention insane B2Bs such as G JONES b2b EPROM, RL Grime b2b BAAUER, and DJ Snake b2b MALAA. Also, we see the iconic CharlestheFirst…? Count us in!
HARD Summer is making its debut at the newly expanded NOS Events Center, home to numerous Insomniac Events – including Escape, Beyond Wonderland, and Countdown.
With the new location for Hard Summer, located in San Bernardino, CA, NOS Events Center hosts 120 acres of outdoor event space as well as 150,000 square feet of indoor space. Although we don’t have the festival mapped out quite yet, we can expect the event to be bigger and better than ever.
HARD Summer ticketing info.
Most importantly, make sure to grab your tickets as they go on sale on April 2nd at 10AM PST! There are many different ticket types available including GA, VIP, and VIP+. The perks that come with each can be found directly on the HARD Summer website. And, if you have questions regarding layaway options or ticketing distribution, you can find everything you need to know there, too. See you at HARD Sumer!
Looking for new music? Keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Hunts. Updated every Friday with all the latest releases. Whether it’s the newest drops from the HARD Summer headliners, all your favorite artists, some old-school, or underground…we just want you to hear it.
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