Hard Day of the Dead
Set to Bring Some of the Biggest Names In EDM Music
To Downtown Los Angeles State Historic Park November 2nd-3rd
One of the biggest electronic dance music festivals in the history of California is set to take place next weekend, November 2nd and 3rd. The Hard festival is the brainchild of Gary Richards, with the inaugural event having taken place on New Years Eve, 2007. Since then Hard has taken on a life of it's own, with a giant summer festival, music cruises, and special events centered around the meteoric resurgence of the dance music culture over the last several years. The ABC news show, Nightline, featured a segment last week on the massive popularity of the current EDM music scene. The segment went on to explain how, in the last few years, top EDM stars like Calvin Harris are now making more money on tour than the biggest pop and rock stars. Harris will be wowing a huge crowd of festooned festival goers celebrating the Day of The Dead, Halloween and EDM culture all rolled into one giant costume party. Deadmau5 and Skrillex, two of the biggest names in dance music will be headlining the festival, which will feature top talent from the EDM genre, playing on four stages simultaneously. Other headlining performers include the well known Pretty Lights and The Bloody Beet Roots. The festival opens at noon each day with live music onstage from 1pm until midnight.
EDM fans from across the globe are traveling to Los Angeles for the massive event, and even though attendance is limited to music fans 18 or older, single day tickets for Sunday have already sold out. Single Saturday tickets and two day festival tickets are still available in limited quantities. For more information on Hard Day of the Dead visit their website at: http://www.harddayofthedead.com