HARD Summer Music Festival Announces Dates and New Venue for 2024 Edition

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Today, HARD Events has announced the dates and new venue for the 2024 edition of HARD Summer Music Festival. For the first time, HARD Summer will take place at Inglewood’s Hollywood Park, adjacent to SoFi Stadium, on August 3 and 4, 2024.

Since its debut edition in 2008, HARD Summer has remained as a staple of the Southern California festival scene, growing steadily while showcasing its signature multi-genre curatorial ethos and Y2K aesthetic. The festival is now the largest electronic music event in Los Angeles and a stronghold for the city’s diverse melting pot of musical styles and influences. 

This year, HARD Summer is relocating to the expansive Hollywood Park, situated on the renowned grounds of SoFi Stadium and YouTube Theater. Spanning 300 acres, this mixed-use development promises a fresh experience for attendees. With its spacious layout, Hollywood Park offers ample room for dancing and exploration, interactive features, and innovative activations, ensuring a fully immersive music festival experience.

“We are thrilled to partner with HARD Events to bring another festival featuring diverse programming to Inglewood,” said Adolfo Romero, VP, Programming and Booking for SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park. “This partnership not only amplifies Hollywood Park’s influence in the festival space but also solidifies our dedication to curating global entertainment that authentically mirrors our vibrant local community.”

The HARD stage will play host to the festival’s marquee mainstage acts, while you can find the scene’s most in-demand house and techno names at the Pink Stage. The HARDER Stage will continue to place a focus on acts spanning multiple genres, while the Green Stage leans heavily into bass and dubstep. The always evolving and forward-thinking Purple Stage will shine light on high-energy, club-minded DJ sets and larger than life live performances. 

HARD Summer’s 2023 edition featured a return to Los Angeles with an array of electronic and hip-hop headliners including Kaskade, John Summit, Skrillex, Four Tet, Kid Cudi, 21 Savage, Dillon Francis, Ludacris, Black Coffee, Oliver Tree, DIESEL, and more in the festival’s milestone 15th year. Fans can expect the same level of world class talent to grace HARD’s stages for this year’s edition, with more details on the 2024 lineup to be announced in the coming weeks.

Two-day GA, GA+, and VIP festival passes will be available for purchase beginning February 16th at 10am PST. Fans will also have an opportunity at an early jump on passes via the SMS presale beginning February 16th at 9am PST. Visit HARD’s official website for more info and to sign up for presale. Additionally, in celebration of the festival’s relocation to the 310 area code, HARD is also offering a $3.10 deposit available only on February 16th.

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