Hard Summer Music Festival Tickets
The Hard Summer Music Festival is an annual event organized by Gary Richards. It started in 2007 and has since then been paying homage to alternative and electronic music artists. They also attempt to provide a platform for up and coming artists, so they too would have a place to showcase their talent. Well known and established performers are usually marketed as the headliners. The first ever Hard Music Festival was held at the “Downtown Los Angeles”. The main performers here were “2 Live Crew”, Peaches and Justice. Presently, the producers and organizers of the festival are the “Live Nation Entertainment” company, who acquired this festival in 2012. This would be the first year that the event will be organized under them; hence some exciting changes can be anticipated. If you wish to attend a place with music and festivities, then buy Hard Summer Music Festival tickets before they run out.
One of the performers this year is going to be the house band, “Knife Party”. This is the group that generally performs in the house music genre with elements of dubstep as well. They are made up of Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire who were originally of the band “Pendulum” but decided to go on a venture of their own. Their first project was released in 2011 onto SoundCloud. This track was named “Not Pendulum”. They performed as Knife Party for the first time at a club called “Space” in Ibiza. The name of group was chosen after a song which appears in the Deftones record entitled “White Pony”. Later on in the year, they released their debut album as the new band, “100% No Modern Talking”. This record was produced and distributed by the same company that worked on their previous project, EarStorm. Because this work was only an EP, it was uploaded on their website for the audience to stream for free. It was also made available on SoundCloud, iTunes and Beatport. During this time, the duo adopted a trial and error method to decide what kind of sound would suit them the best. A song named “Back to the Z List” was shortlisted to be the in the track list, but it was replaced in the last moment with “Destroy Them With Lasers”. A common theme in this era of their music was the inclusion of talking basslines as well as the use of the wavetable. Although their music varied from one genre of house music to the next, this is what gelled them together and gave them their signature sound.
Their latest work is called the “Haunted House” and it was only released in May of 2013. It was released digitally, and has been quite well received by electronic music houses everywhere. They had two breakout singles from this album; “Internet Friends” and “Baghdad”. The album went number one on many house music and electronica charts. They will be performing their new songs and a couple of their earlier hits as the set list for the Hard Summer Music Festival.
Yet another artist that will be taking the festival stage this year is newcomer Azealia Banks. She is a rapper who is often pigeonholed as being a hip hop artist although she delves in house music as well. She was born and raised in Harlem, New York and thus brings a lot of her upbringing and the Big Apple culture into her music. She is currently signed to “Polydor Records”, an extension of “Interscope”, the same label that Lady Gaga is attached to. She has been struggling to make it as an artist since 2008, but she only got noticed much later in 2011 when she made the “Cool List” published by NME Magazine. Her breakout song was “212” from her EP 1991. Her debut record was called “Broke With Expensive Taste” which became the reason for her subsequent success. Many magazines like to label her as an overnight success, but that is largely a misconception. She has often named Beyonce and Aaliyah as her biggest inspirations. Because she went to art school and grew up among other artists in New York, she has a vocabulary of her own that she wants to convey to her fans. She uses profanities like common people would use endearments. Still her persona remains controversial yet exciting.
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Hard Summer Music Festival Tickets Prices
The average price for Hard Summer Music Festival Tickets start from $183. The minimum get in price is $97 for Hard Summer Music Festival Tickets at the Glen Helen Amphitheater, San Bernardino. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Hard Summer Music Festival - 2 Day Pass||Fontana||30-Jul-16||$367||$221|
|Hard Summer Music Festival - Saturday||Fontana||30-Jul-16||$278||$119|
|Hard Summer Music Festival - Sunday||Fontana||31-Jul-16||$317||$317|
|Hard Summer Music Festival - 2 Day Pass||San Bernardino||5-Aug-17||$238||$147|
|Hard Summer Music Festival - Saturday||San Bernardino||5-Aug-17||$202||$116|
|Hard Summer Music Festival - Sunday||San Bernardino||6-Aug-17||$183||$97|
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