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Hard Miami 2013 Announces Two-Day Lineup: Borgore, Claude VonStroke, 13 Others

Go Hard.



That's right ... Destructo (AKA Los Angeles DJ, producer, and superpromoter Gary Richards) is comin' back to the 305 for Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week with another absolutely epic edition of Hard Miami.



Just like last year, Destructo and crew will be unloading two consecutive days on the WMC/MMW mob at downtown party spot Grand Central.



On March 20, it's all about The Rump Shaker with Borgore, RL Grime, Nadastrom, and five other ass blasters. Then the next night, Hard Miami's gonna get sprung with Destructo himself, Dirtybird's Claude VonStroke and Justin Martin, and a four-man booty crew.



Check the cut for Hard's full two-night WMC/MMW party plan.



See also:

-Fashion Freakouts Aboard Hard's Holy Ship!! 2013

-Review: Hard Miami and Mad Decent's Moombahton Massive 2012

-Review: Hard Miami 2012 With Busy P, Boys Noize, and Destructo

-Top Six Dance Moves Aboard Hard's Holy Ship!! 2013 in Animated GIF!





Hard Miami 2013's The Rump Shaker Lineup

Wednesday, March 20



-Boregore

-RL Grime

-Nadastrom

-Uz

-Birdy Nam Nam

-Flume

-French Fries

-Green Lantern

-Special guests




Hard Miami 2013 Lineup

Thursday, March 21



-Claude VonStroke

-Gesaffelstein

-Brodinski

-Justin Martin

-Destructo

-Oliver

-Amtrac

-Surprise special guest


Hard Miami 2013. Wednesday, March 20, and Thursday, March 21. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The parties start at 10 p.m. Single-day tickets cost $25 plus fees and two-day passes cost $40 plus fees via fla.vor.us. Ages 18 and up. Visit hardfest.com.




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