HARD Summer Expands to Three Days in 2022

HARD Summer 2021
Photo Credit: Juliana Bernstein for Insomniac Events

Are you ready to feel the heat at HARD Summer Music Festival this year? Three days of fun in the sun are on the horizon in July!

Whether you love getting down to the sounds of house and techno, headbang to massive bass tunes, or get a touch of hip-hop in during the summer months – HARD Summer is the place to be. This multi-day festival has become renowned for bringing top-tier lineups to Southern California over the past decade, and they’re adding some extra heat for the upcoming edition.

It’s a new year and a new look for HARD Summer as HARD Events unveiled an exciting update that the festival will add a third day into the mix when it makes its return to the NOS Events Center. Set to take place on July 29-31, the upcoming edition of HSMF is set to feature five outdoor stages with plenty of shade structures, cooling mist systems, and more to help fight the heat.

Related: Want to know why the most recent edition of HARD Summer was one for the books? Check out our review to dive into the finer details!

GA tickets for HARD Summer 2022 start at $199(+fees), with GA+ at $249(+fees), and VIP at $399(+fees). Those opting for VIP tickets this year will receive expedited entry to the festival, dedicated bathrooms, and a VIP Chill Zone with more to explore. Layaway plans are also available for all passes if you make a deposit of $9.95. The pre-sale for HARD Summer Music Festival 2022 is set to run from January 28-31 and will give those planning to attend the chance to lock in their passes at the lowest tier.

Head over to their website to make your purchase and get more details. Stay tuned for the lineup reveal that is soon to come!

HARD Summer 2022

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