Hard Summer is back at the NOS event center this year in San Bernadino, California. The line up is jam packed with tons of artists that have we fully support and have featured on here before. Its an awesome feeling seeing artists that have worked directly with us on the bill for Hard Summer.
Hard Summer has always prided themselves with state of the art talent and this year is more of the same. There are some truly talented artists that you can check out. One name that should be really interesting to see will be Marc Rebillet. If you saw his streams over the quarantine, then you know that he is going to put on a wild show.
If you are new to electronic music or are just looking for some new artists to check out, we highly recommend checking out Will Clarke, Hotfire, Uniiqu3, Wax Motif, Alison Wonderland & Matroda just to name a few.
The event will take place over 3 days from July 29-31. The event runs 4pm to 1 am the first 2 nights & 3pm to midnight on the last night.
FNGRS CRSSD continues to get stronger with a bunch of shows coming up on the horizon. Their main event, CRSSD Festival Spring, is set to return on March 5-6 at the Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego. This year’s edition is bringing heavy headliners including Glass Animals, SOFI TUKKER, Four Tet, Get Real, Gorgon City, Adam Beyer, Jeff Mills, Joris Voorn, and Nina Kraviz b2b Helena Hauff, John Summit & many more.
Stay tuned to their social media channels and head over to their website to RSVP and grab your tickets, you won’t want to miss the return of one of San Diego’s best festivals.
Insomniac Events announced that they are acquiring the formerly known Omnia Night Club in the historic Gaslamp district in downtown San Diego. The venue is set to re open this month as NOVA SD and already has a slew of talent lined up for the grand opening.
The venue which consists of a 22,000 square foot dance floor will feature an expanded main dance floor along with expansion to the already immaculate sound and visual production. With more room to dance, the venue addressed one of its previous owners main problems that existed at Omnia. If you’ve been there before, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. Hopefully Pascuale addresses some of the other issues that existed the venue previously too. The venue does (or at least did) have an amazing rooftop to enjoy the San Diego nights.
Pasquale Rotella, CEO of Insomniac has a minority partner with the Tao Group Hospitality so you know they are going to be doing some cool things inside the venue. The grand opening weekend is set for February 25th/26th and it features RL Grime and Deadmau5 respectively.
NovaSD will be an interesting splash in the San Diego electronic music pond. It’s the first time that Insomniac has expanded to owning a venue and it will be interesting to see how this affects the rest of the scene. A scene might I add that has been thriving for years with out them and one that has thrived through the pandemic era. San Diego has one of the most abundant cities if you are interested in electronic music. From clubs, to festivals, to undergrounds, local events & true raves, there is something for everyone.
None the less, it will be very exciting when the venue opens later this month.
The current schedule of NOVA SD events include:
● Friday, February 25 – RL Grime ● Saturday, February 26 – deadmau5 ● Friday, March 4 – Jauz ● Saturday, March 5 – Tiësto ● Friday, March 11 – Illenium ● Saturday, March 12 – Diplo ● Friday, March 18 – JOYRYDE ● Saturday, March 19 – Steve Aoki
Visit NOVASD.com for schedule, tickets and info for NOVA.