HARD Events has announced its return to Miami Music Week this March with a show featuring Moodymann, Tiga and TSHA. The event will take place on March 24 at 1-800-Lucky, an event space in the Wynwood district north of downtown.
Known for bringing multi-genre acts, HARD is staking a claim in the major week for dance music THAT’S capped off by Ultra Music Festival on March 25 to 27.
“HARD is known widely for its ability to cross genres and bring together artists on the cusp with the sceneâs most celebrated stars,” organizers stated on Friday.
“The brandâs Miami edition sees this curatorial ethos extend into the international currents of house and techno.”
Organizers added: “Detroitâs seminal tastemaker and Mahogani Records boss Moodymann tops the bill, alongside Turbo leader Tiga, and rising UK icon TSHA.” The headliners will be joined by local artists including DJ Ray b2b Latane, From Fundido, Inbal and Jonny From Space.
While HARD’s flagship is HARD Summer in Southern California, it has left a mark in various cities in the past. Miami is one of them.
“Those in the know will tell you that HARD Miami remains a storied flagship of the MMW calendar and a show not to be missed,” the organizers said.
News of HARD Miami comes a month after organizers revealed they’re expanding HARD Summer from two to three days. The massive event is set for July 29 to 31 at NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. That’s the same venue regularly used by Insomniac, which has owned HARD Events since 2013. HARD Summer will offer five outdoor stages, mist systems and a one-acre lagoon.Â The lineup has yet to be unveiled.
And that’s not all. In December, HARD Events announced its expansion to the Pacific Northwest. HARD PNW will take place on March 19 at Tacoma Dome in Washington. Its lineup features Dillon Francis b2b Baauer, Kayzo, Joyryde and Wax Motif, among others. It goes down just five days before HARD Miami.
Tickets for HARD Miami, taking place at 143 NW 23rd St., can be purchased here.