Ice Cube and Major Lazer will headline this year's HARD Summer music festival. Flosstradamus, Porter Robinson, DJ Khaled, Claude VonStroke and Dizzee Rascal top Saturday's lineup, with Dillon Francis, Travi$ Scott, Zeds Dead, Madeon and Fat Joe on Sunday. The two-day fest will take place at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana on July 30 and 31.
Tickets go on sale Friday, April 29, at 9am. A single day ticket costs $79 while a two-day pass will run you $129.
While Fontana is certainly the farthest east location for the former Downtown festival, its new setting comes with a few upsides: an expanded 500-acre footprint, easier parking access and—for the first time—camping (expect more details about that soon).
Like FYF, HARD used to be held at the now-under-construction LA State Historic Park. That's forced the fest to try out locations like the Whittier Narrows and Fairplex over the past two years. As the locally born EDM juggernaut pushes out progressively closer to the desert, it's hard not to take notice of the lineup's Coachella crossovers; about 10 of the 2016 fest's top-billed acts already played this year's increasingly electronic-heavy Indio festival. That said, we're sure that won't stop HARD devotees from flocking to this year's installment.
The lead-up to the lineup reveal asked HARD fans to imagine an internet-less world; you'll find some of the festival performers' not-so-serious takes on that prompt in the video below.