HARD Summer Festival Reveals 2022 Lineup Featuring Lil Uzi Vert and Porter Robinson

HARD Summer at the NOS Events Center from July 29-31 will host Griz, NGHTMRE, Madeon, Chris Lake, Tchami, and Zeds Dead b2b Subtronics.

HARD Summer Music Festival is one of the most legendary festivals on the West Coast. Returning to the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California in 2022, the festival brings a unique mix of genres like hip-hop, EDM, and bass music. It is expanding to a 3 day festival for the first time this year from July 29-31.

Tickets to HARD Summer go on sale on Friday, May 6th at 10 AM PT. 1 Day Tickets start at $89, and 3 Days start at $229 and can be acquired for just a $9.95 deposit.

Friday’s HARD Festival lineup includes Megan Thee Stallion, Valentino Khan, Vintage Culture, Nicole Moudaber, and Sullivan King.

The festival starts off strong with a stacked Friday lineup that also includes James Hype, Zeds Dead b2b Subtronics, Kai Wachi, Moore Kismet, Craze, QRTR, and Montel2099. There will be five stages of music at the NOS Events Center all weekend.

Saturday at HARD Summer is headlined by Lil Uzi Vert, Alison Wonderland, Madeon, Troyboi, and Three 6 Mafia.

HARD will also bring out Marc Rebillet, Tokimonsta, LSDream, Matroda, and Blond:ish. There’s drum n bass on the lineup as well, with Dimension and a surprise guest b2b Sub Focus. Saturday’s lineup might be the best, with Tiga, ISOxo, A Hundred Drums, and Tsuruda b2b Chee also playing.

Porter Robinson will close out the festival on Sunday, and the schedule will also include Tchami, Gunna, Sidepiece, Wax Motif, and SVDDEN DEATH b2b Marauda.

Sunday at HARD Summer will once again host a solid mix of house music and bass music, with artists like Chris Lake, DJ Tennis, and Justin Martin, as well as K?D, Mersiv, Ivy Lab, and Space Wizard.

HARD Summer Music Festival 2022 will definitely be one to remember. With this year marking the first year that the festival expands to three days, HARD looks like one of the highlights of the West Coast scene this festival season.

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