HARD Summer Announces 2020 Dates and 24 Hour Flash Sale

HARD Summer 2019
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HARD Summer just announced the official dates for the 2020 edition of the sun-soaked festival. Have you marked it on your calendar yet?

HARD Events has just announced that HARD Summer Music Festival will officially return to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California for another round on August 1-2. Another early announcement for HARD Summer means that fans nationwide will have plenty of time to create their plans to get down to the Fontana for the hottest summer festival in all of SoCal.

While HARD Summer has shifted between a couple of locations in years past, the festival has most recently remained at the Speedway. However, HARD has consistently delivered a top-notch festival complete with towering set pieces and stunning production anchored by strong lineups. With five stages in total at the venue, there are multiple spaces to hear a variety of acts perform and even some surprises as well.

Related: Wondering what all the buzz is all about? Check out our review of 2019’s edition to see just how much of a blast HARD Summer is!

Over the years HSMF has hosted huge names like Major Lazer, Marshmello, RL Grime, Virtual Self, and Louis The Child. In addition, HARD Summer also regularly books some of the best names in hip-hop like Travis Scott, Kid Cudi, Sheck Wes, and Rick Ross as well. We’re confident that 2020 will prove no different in getting some of the best acts in the scene together to perform at the Speedway.

Additionally, HARD Events has delivered the first details surrounding tickets as well, with a 24-hour flash sale for two-day GA and VIP passes starting on Friday, January 17 at 10 AM PST. Head over to their website for tickets and stay tuned for more details including the lineup and more that will be arriving as we inch closer to August!

HARD Summer Music Festival 2020 Dates

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Ian, a festival fanatic, has been following the dance music scene for a decade now. Starting his journey listening to the great electronic minds like Skrillex and Deadmau5, he has been listening to many artists from various genres from bass music to trap, appreciating the work of each artist in their own respect. Ian has attended over twenty festivals and solo headliner shows, including Ultra Music Festival in Miami and EDC Las Vegas. Beyond his love for dance music, Ian is also a current UCLA student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology.

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