Another year, another highly successful HARD Summer Music Festival. The annual party went down yet again at the Speedway in Fontana, Southern California, hosting massive names like Marshmello, Virtual Self, Dillon Francis b2b Diplo, Zeds Dead b2b Jauz, and so many more. Given just these few headliners, it’s apparent that the HARD brand is massive, and still growing.
Dating back to 2012, HARD premiered their own Day Of The Dead Halloween festival, which took over HARD’s former Haunted Mansion. Year one of Day Of The Dead featured performances from the likes of Justice, Knife Party, Major Lazer, Zeds Dead, and more. Just like this years HARD Summer, DOTD presented its own boastful lineup.
Jumping to 2015, after a slew of issues with festival planning and outside sources, DOTD changed its age restriction to 21+. The 21+ installation was subsequently the last Day Of The Dead.
Today, August 29, an exciting announcement came from the creators of HARD in a run of tweets from festival years past, including snippets of the words “Dia de los Muertos,” which translates to “Day of the Dead” in Spanish.
Is the HARD Halloween festival we all know and love officially returning? Stay tuned…