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HARD Summer 2024 Lineup: Disclosure, Nelly Furtado, Jamie xx — And a New Location

HARD Summer is returning this August with a lineup featuring heavyweights including U.K. stars Disclosure and Jamie xx, Philadelphia-born bass phenom Subtronics, Chris Lake and FISHER performing as their side project Under Construction, longtime pals REZZ and deadmau5 performing as REZZMAU5, the summer’s only U.S. summer festival performance from Major Lazer, house music pioneer Kerri Chandler and Nelly Furtado, who’s been digging deeper into the dance world via her 2023 Dom Dolla collab “Eat Your Man” and an appearance at last year’s Portola festival in San Francisco.

The bill also includes Channel Tres, SOFI TUKKER, Overmono, Seth Troxler b2b DJ Tennis, Mochakk, Dillon Francis and many more. Two names are currently blurred out on the lineup poster, indicating more artists to be revealed. See the complete lineup below.

HARD also announced a new location this year, moving the festivities to Hollywood Park, a 300-acre mixed use complex adjacent to Inglewoods SoFi Stadium. The site will also host Rolling Loud California later this month and August’s Fool In Love Festival. Tickets for HARD Summer go on sale March 8.

Hollywood Park is the latest in a long list of sites that have hosted HARD, which started in 2008 at The Shrine in downtown Los Angeles, before moving to the L.A. State Historic Park amid the EDM boom, then getting pushed further into the Inland Empire amid regulations in Los Angeles around large-scale dance music events. After stints at Whittier Narrows, the Pomona Fairplex, the Fontana Auto Club Speedway, San Bernardino’s NOS Events Center, the festival returned to downtown Los Angeles in 2023, settling at a site spread across the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, BMO Stadium and Exposition Park.

HARD Summer is produced by Los Angeles-based dance festival promoter Insomniac Events.

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