HARD Summer Music Festival Announces Lineup for 2018 Edition

HARD Summer 2017
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HARD Summer Music Festival has officially announced the lineup for 2018 featuring Zeds Dead b2b JAUZ, Louis The Child, VIRTUAL SELF, and more!

After announcing their return to Southern California on August 4-5 this year and releasing the details that they would be making its way back to The Speedway in Fontana, the hype has been building for HARD Summer Music Festival 2018. Aside from the news about the change in both venue and improvements to the festival’s VIP experiences and more, only a few pieces to the puzzle remained.

Today, another piece to the puzzle has been provided, as the massive lineup for HARD Summer 2018 has been released, and its full of some epic acts in the scene like TroyBoi, San Holo, and Flosstradamus. This is bolstered by the inclusion of other artists in the bass music world like Ghastly, Tokimonsta, Party Favor, and Sullivan King.

One of the coolest additions to this year’s lineup is the sheer number of epic b2b sets that will be present at the festival. Sets you won’t want to miss include Zeds Dead b2b Jauz, Diplo b2b Dillon Francis, Borgore b2b Getter, and A-Trak b2b Baauer, just to name a few.

On top of that, the house music present is an absolute dream with legends like Felix Da Housecat listed alongside some Dirtybird favorites like Sacha Robotti and FISHER. Finally, it wouldn’t be a HARD Summer without some hip-hop brought to the table, and names like Rick Ross, Blackbear, Travis Scott, and more will be bringing some heat from that realm. Check out the full lineup below and tell us your thoughts on it in the comments!

Tickets for HARD Summer 2018 go on sale Friday, April 27 at 9am PT, so make sure to subscribe to their channels at HARDSummer.com!

HARD Summer Music Festival 2018 – Lineup:

Hard Summer Music Festival 2018 Lineup

HARD Summer Music Festival 2018 Lineup:

  • 2¢ (Craze & Four Color Zack)
  • A-Trak b2b Baauer
  • B&L All-Stars
  • Bear Grillz
  • Bejo
  • Big Wild
  • Blackbear
  • Bontan
  • Borgore b2b Getter
  • Born Dirty
  • Burns
  • Ciszak
  • Cray
  • CupcakKe
  • Diplo b2b Dillon Francis
  • DJ Lezlee
  • Ekali
  • Elohim
  • Escapade
  • Felix Da Housecat
  • Fisher
  • Flosstradamus
  • Ghastly
  • Griffin Stoller
  • Heklr
  • Hippie Sabotage
  • Jack Harlow
  • Judge
  • K?D
  • Kai Wachi
  • Kerri Chandler
  • Kill The Snails
  • Kolombo
  • Lil Skies
  • Lil Xan
  • Loud Luxury
  • LOUDPVCK b2b Bighead
  • Louis The Child
  • Madam X
  • Manilla Killa
  • Marshmello
  • Medasin
  • Melé
  • Mija
  • Party Favor
  • Petit Biscuit
  • Pluko
  • Rick Ross
  • Rico Nasty
  • Sacha Robotti
  • Sage Armstrong
  • San Holo
  • Saweetie
  • SayMyName
  • Slushii
  • Snakehips
  • Subset
  • Sullivan King
  • Travis Scott
  • Trippie Redd
  • TroyBoi
  • Valentino Khan
  • Virgil Abloh
  • Virtual Self
  • Whipped Cream
  • wifisfuneral
  • Xie
  • YBN Nahmir
  • YehMe2
  • Yellow Mustard
  • Zeds Dead b2b Jauz

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