HARD Miami Returns with Black Book Records Party Featuring Chris Lake

Chris Lake at Brooklyn Steel

HARD Events is heading to Miami Music Week in the best way possible with the announcement of HARD Miami featuring Black Book Records.

Renowned West Coast party-throwers HARD Events will be taking a trip to the East Coast this year during Miami Music Week to give dance music lovers the perfect showcase to get down and dirty at. That’s right, HARD Miami is set to return this year and they’ve teamed up with Chris Lake and his label Black Book Records for a night of house music grooves you simply won’t want to miss.

HARD Events hasn’t landed for a standalone showcase during Miami Music Week since 2016, so the return of HARD Miami is a pleasant surprise for fans of the brand and Black Book Records alike. Set to be hosted at 1-800-Lucky on Wednesday, March 18, this show will be a great mid-week party to get your feet moving and grooving ahead of the weekend’s festivities.

House music maestro Chris Lake will be guiding the crowd to a bliss-like state on the dancefloor and he’ll be joined by some special guests throughout the night as well. While the lineup remains a mystery (and we’ll update this post once it drops), we can only hope to see some of the artists who have graced the label like Walker & Royce and Green Velvet on the lineup.

Tickets for HARD Miami presents Black Book Records with Chris Lake are on sale NOW and are sure to move fast. Make sure you lock in your passes by heading over to Eventbrite!

Event Information:

Date: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Hours: 9pm – 3am
Location: 1-800-LUCKY
Age Restriction: 21+
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE
Tickets: Purchase HERE

HARD Miami presents Black Book Records with Chris Lake

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