It’s official – HARD Summer is completely sold out, 1-day and 2-day tickets have been completely depleted.

In 2014, the festival moved from LA State Historic Park to the Whittier Narrows Park, and fans had a lot to say about the venue, including how much dirt was kicked up by dancing. For HARD Day of the Dead, the fest was moved to Pomona’s Fairplex, a larger and more accommodating venue; and it seems that HARD Summer will be making the move there, as well.

This marks HARD Summer’s largest year yet, with a projected 65,000 visitors per day. Says the LA Times, “[…] that’s enough to establish HARD Summer as not just a heavyweight in L.A. electronic music but as a national-scale force to be reckoned with in global dance music and progressive pop music alike.”

Additionally, HARD is announcing this week as HARD’s Boys Noize appreciation week.

Since Monday (July 6), HARD has been celebrating the stage that on Sunday, August 2 will be dedicated as the Boysnoize Records 10thAnniversary Party […] Also part of the celebration is the release of the BOYS NOIZE ‘HARD SUMMER’ Mixtape, created especially for HARD by the producer himself.

You can check that out below.


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