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HARD Events, the renowned music event organizer, has just made an exciting announcement regarding the official afterparties and pre-parties for the highly anticipated 15th Edition of the HARD Summer Music Festival. This year, the festival returns to Los Angeles after a decade-long absence, taking place on August 5th and 6th. As if the festival itself wasn't enough reason to get excited, the lineup for the afterparties and pre-parties is nothing short of phenomenal.

The list of artists gracing these exclusive events includes some of the most talented and sought-after names in the music industry. With the likes of John Summit, Sullivan King, Kayzo, Black Coffee, The Martinez Brothers, Boys Noize, Hayden James, and Nitti & Friends, attendees can expect an electrifying atmosphere and unforgettable performances. These artists represent a diverse range of genres, ensuring that there is something for everyone to enjoy.

To accommodate the incredible lineup, HARD Events has carefully selected a variety of premier venues across Los Angeles. Each venue offers a unique ambiance, adding to the overall experience of the afterparties and pre-parties. Attendees can look forward to partying at Exchange LA, Academy LA, The Belasco, 930 Mateo St Warehouse, 1720, and Sunset at Edition.

Tickets On Sale Now www.hardsummer.com/hard-weekender-2023/ 

The festivities will kick off on Friday, with events taking place throughout the weekend, ensuring that attendees can continue the celebration long after the festival grounds have closed. From the cutting-edge sound systems to the immersive lighting and visual productions, these afterparties and pre-parties promise to be an extension of the thrilling experience that HARD Summer Music Festival is known for.

Exchange LA

Exchange LA, a historic venue known for its grandeur and state-of-the-art sound, will host one of the afterparties, providing the perfect setting for dance music enthusiasts to lose themselves in the music. Meanwhile, Academy LA, with its sprawling multi-level layout and an impressive lineup of DJs, will undoubtedly become a favorite destination for partygoers. The Belasco, known for its ornate architecture and intimate atmosphere, will add a touch of elegance to the festivities.

For those seeking a more unconventional setting, the 930 Mateo St Warehouse will provide an underground vibe, setting the stage for unique performances and surprises. Meanwhile, 1720 will offer an edgier, grittier atmosphere, perfect for those who crave a more raw and immersive experience. Lastly, Sunset at Edition, a rooftop venue with stunning views of the city skyline, will add a touch of sophistication to the afterparties, allowing attendees to revel in the beauty of Los Angeles while dancing the night away.

With such an impressive lineup and a variety of exceptional venues, the official afterparties and pre-parties for HARD Summer Music Festival are set to become legendary. Whether attendees are die-hard fans of electronic music, hip-hop, or any other genre, these events will undoubtedly satisfy their musical cravings and provide an unforgettable experience.

As the anticipation builds for the return of HARD Summer Music Festival to Los Angeles after a decade, the official afterparties and pre-parties serve as the icing on the cake. Fans can secure their spots at these exclusive events and extend their festival experience to new heights. It's time to mark your calendars and prepare for an unparalleled weekend of music, dancing, and celebration in the heart of Los Angeles.

Academy LA

Friday, August 4 

Boys Noize, Nikki Nair - 930 Mateo St Warehouse 

Kayzo - Academy LA

Sullivan King - Exchange LA

930 Mateo St Warehouse LA

Saturday, August 5

John Summit - Academy LA

The Martinez Brothers - Exchange LA

Loco Dice - 930 Mateo St Warehouse

Wilkinson, Luude, Alix Perez - The Belasco

Nitti & Friends - 1720

Hayden James - Sunset at Edition

The Belasco LA

Sunday, August 6

Black Coffee - Exchange LA

Yung Bae, DEVAULT, Young Franco - 1720

Tickets On Sale Now www.hardsummer.com/hard-weekender-2023/ 

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