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Hard Summer Los Angeles

Saturday, August 3, 2019 1:00 PM - 12:00 AM

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Premier music festival hosted in Fontana at the Autoclub speedway. The event lasts two days long and includes some of the hottest artists from rap to edm.

All VIP tables include VIP admission (expedited entry), access to air-conditioned VIP rest rooms.

Artist Details

12th Planet

Named one of bass music’s foremost purveyors in 12th Planet, born John Dadzie, is an electronic music veteran who spent seven years touring the world as drum-n-bass maestro Infiltrata. In 2005, inspired by the burgeoning dubstep sound developing in the UK, John decided to push his own interpretation. Since then, he has lent his signature crushing bass and resonating energy to remixes for MIA, John Legend, Travis Barker and more, worked on Korn's track “Way Too Far” with production partner Flinch, and... View More

Alison Wonderland

Groundbreaking Australian producer and vodka aficionado Alison Wonderland has been praised by everyone from Annie Mac to Diplo, touting her as “one of the best DJs from Australia.” Her debut five-track EP ‘Calm Down’, released locally through EMI sat pretty at the top of the iTunes charts, racking up two million streams across her Soundcloud and mass hysteria among her burgeoning fanbase. Alison released the EP via US label powerhouse Astralwerks, home to the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Hot Chip... View More

Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis has already made a name for himself with his groundbreaking remixes, in-demand production mastery, and cutting-edge videos. Now, the artist/producer/remixer/DJ is about to release his long awaited debut album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule on Columbia Records. First recognized for helping to bring the tribal dance movement Moombahton to the forefront, he’s scattered the dance music landscape with numerous influential EPs thus far, but it’s the effervescent debut album that the music world... View More

Droeloe

DROELOE (pronounced drooloo) have emerged as premiere talents in 2016. The Dutch duo — real names Vincent Rooijers & Hein Hamers — broke onto the scene early this year as a priority for San Holo’s creative outfit, bitbird, debuting on the label with the playful yet sturdy trap anthem, “Make My Day”, before hitting globally viral status with the intelligently melodic “zZz”. Since then, the guys have been as consistent as it gets, exceeding expectations with official remixes for Grammy nominated newcomer,... View More

Excision

Taking influence from Drum and Bass, Metal, and Hip Hop, Excision is a Dubstep artist who must be heard to be fully believed. Combining the morphing basslines of Drum and Bass, the aggressive energy of Metal, and the laid back vibes of hip hop, Excision’s style is incomparable. At only 22, this young Canadian’s passion for music has already driven him to become one of the biggest Dubstep acts of North America, along with DatsiK. Anyone who has heard a set by this bad boy has walked away feeling... View More

Flosstradamus

Flosstradamus, the oft-mentioned Chicago DJ duo comprised of J2K (Josh Young) and Autobot (Curt Cameruci) have been dominating the party scene nationwide with their tag-team DJ sets (3 turntables, 2 mixers) for just over a year and show no signs of slowing down. But let’s get one thing straight, for the record: no more Wu-Tang requests, please! Both established DJs in Chicago prior to their alliance as Flosstradamus, J2K and Autobot initially linked up while DJing a house party together in 2005,... View More

Ghastly

Growing up on a goat farm in the desert of Arizona might not be considered the typical American upbringing for the next big DJ and producer, but then again Ghastly isn’t your typical American artist. Many have described the genre bending musician as a partially insane young man with a dark sense of humor. Politely abominable and casually destructive, he wields the catch phrase “born to die” as a mantra to his chaotic lifestyle. His sets have been heralded as “Energetic and eclectic live performances... View More

GTA

Thirty push-ups and a shot of tequila each: that’s all the preparation Julio Mejia and Matt Toth need to throw down a killer set, to turn from laid-back, unassuming 24-year-olds into the scene-stealing DJ and production duo GTA. While their warm-ups are routine, Mejia and Toth’s performances are anything but. GTA sets are musical joyrides with the guys at the wheel, as they speed from trap and hip-hop into booming electro, take unexpected detours with rock and R&B, and screech to a halt for massive... View More

Habstrakt

Hailing from South of France, Adam a.k.a Habstrakt was a guitar and keys player before turning his mind onto samplers and grooveboxes. He first got into Trip-Hop and also wrote music for movies & theater, but in 2008 he discovered dubstep and drum n bass music, and immediately got involved in producing and DJing. Three years later his tracks are welcomed by many established labels such as Dubsaw, Chateau Bruyant, Buygore or Never Say Die. The releases have instantly gained him huge support from some of... View More

Kasbo

Carl Garsbo, better known by his stage name Kasbo, is an electronic record producer and DJ, originating from Gothenburg, Sweden. Starting his music career in 2013, he released multiple songs independently and through labels such as Monstercat, Foreign Family Collective and bitbird. In 2017, he released the singles "Lay It on Me", "Bleed It Out" and "Snow In Gothenburg". When the fourth single, "Aldrig Mer" was released, Kasbo announced his debut album, Places We Don't Know, released on 23 March 2018... View More

Kid Cudi

Hip hop hasn't evolved drastically in some time, and with all the new comers making catchy and infectious records for a quick ring tone sell, there's a lack of creativity in hip hop and the focus is more about how many units can be sold. Every generation a few new artist's come forth with something to set a pace for a whole new sound and vibe this time around, the midwest delivers another innovative artist to break down barriers and set trends. K.i.D CuDi's music can only be described as the next level... View More

Loco Dice

Rewind back to the start of the last decade when a teenage Loco Dice was a rapper and a Hip Hop Dj, playing support slots to Usher, Ice Cube, Jamiroquai, Snoop Dog and R. Kelly. The Tunisian Born Loco Dice soon became a very well known figure in his native German Hip Hop scene and as the scene exploded (becoming Germany's biggest musical genre, as it did right across the world) he did what any self respecting underground artist would: He switched to house music. But not any old house music: very sexy... View More

NGHTMRE

NGHTMRE hit the dance scene like a sweet dream releasing tracks at a frenetic pace since he got here a year ago. The 24 year old’s remix of Showtek’s “We Like To Party” with Slander has been championed by the likes of Diplo, Carnage and DJ Snake to name a few and garnered almost 5 million plays online.  Soon after the releasing the remix of Showtek, NGHTMRE signed with Hashtag JukeLife Management (Nadia Ali, Slander, Meaux Green, Bobby Puma, etc) who in turn quickly signed him over to Steve Gordon at... View More

Sheck Wes

Khadimou Rassoul Cheikh Fall (born September 10, 1998), known professionally as Sheck Wes, is an American rapper, songwriter and model. Wes is known widely for "Mo Bamba", his 2017 song that went viral in 2018. Wes is jointly signed to Travis Scott's Cactus Jack Records and Kanye West's GOOD Music record labels, under the aegis of Interscope Records.

Shlohmo

L.A. native Henry Laufer may be too young to buy a beer, but the 20-year-old producer, better known as Shlohmo; a lo-fi beat junkie and field-recording enthusiast, whose crackling, low-BPM compositions update Boards of Canada's filmstrip-soundtrack wooziness for the dubstep generation. An LA native, Laufer grew up listening to "stuff like DJ Shadow, Amon Tobin, M83stuff with some sort of cinematic vision." He started making beats when he was 14, but "didn't really do it with any sort of purpose until I... View More

Space Jesus

Brooklyn based EDM producer Jasha Tull has created an ever expanding and mind melting experience as Space Jesus. Exploring a multitude of EDM stylings and effectively branding each track with his own bass fueled, psychedelic, Hip-Hop flavor, Space Jesus delivers music that is undeniably fresh and consistently captivating. Jasha began producing music at age 16 with an initial focus on Hip-Hop, that eventually led to his fascination with the production of future-bass music. In 2011, Jasha released SPACE... View More

What So Not

What So Not is an electronic music project by Australian record producer Emoh Instead (Chris Emerson), and formerly a duo with record producer Flume. What So Not has toured the world, playing in various festivals, including Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Pukkelpop, Ultra Music Festival and Lollapalooza. What So Not is best known for his hits such as "Gemini" (featuring George Maple), "Jaguar", "High You Are" and "Tell Me" (with RL Grime). He has featured on charts such as the Australian... View More

Whethan

Ethan Snoreck, better known by his stage name Whethan (formerly Wheathin), is an American DJ and music producer from Chicago. He gained recognition after his remix of the track "XE3" by Mssingno, which as of January 2018 has garnered over 10 million plays on SoundCloud.

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