HARD Summer 2023 will feature Kaskade b2b John Summit, Gorgon City, Dillon Francis, Skrillex b2b Four Tet, Black Coffee, and more.
Update – May 1: HARD Events just dropped more artists off on the 2023 lineup, including MK b2b Sonny Fodera, Yung Bae, Pawsa, Rochelle Jordan, and NØLL. Tickets are on sale now via Front Gate – don’t miss your chance to attend the hottest festival in Los Angeles this summer!
Previously: Few festivals have gained the longstanding legacy that HARD Summer has over the past 15 years. While this summer soiree filled with house, techno, bass, and hip-hop has traversed a number of venues throughout the sun-soaked region of Southern California, this year is bringing a true treat for the celebratory milestone – its return to Los Angeles. The new home for HSMF – a spread between LA Memorial Coliseum, Exposition Park, and BMO Stadium – was officially announced earlier this year, and now attendees can prep for the party that’s set to take place on August 5-6.
The larger-than-life nature of HARD Summer’s arrival back in the City of Angels is only made more prominent with the reveal of its lineup that features some jaw-dropping artists and b2b sets that are sure to make tickets fly. Saturday is packing plenty of heat from the top of the bill down with Kaskade b2b John Summit, Kayzo b2b Sullivan King, Gorgon City, Dillon Francis, Jungle, DIESEL, SAYMYNITTI, ISOxo, Boys Noize, and special guest 21 Savage. Additionally, sets from Denis Sulta, Loco Dice, Netsky, Alix Perez, Boys Noize, and Wilkinson are ones that surely shouldn’t be missed.
If you thought Saturday was packed with talent, then get ready for Sunday’s impressive list of major names. Skrillex and Four Tet will be playing a b2b set, along with Yellow Claw and Flosstradamus, while solo performances from Black Coffee, Deorro, Oliver Tree, Bicep, The Martinez Brothers, and Ben Sterling also stand tall. Other acts you simply can’t sleep on include Ludacris, Knock2, Blanke, Hamdi, AMÉMÉ, and special guest Kid Cudi, who are all sure to impress.