Hard Miami Announces Pool Party Lineup: Felix Da Housecat, Baauer, 13 Others

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Y'all ready to get your HARD on?

It's beginning to look a lot like springtime. And as such, electro bangers will soon drown out every other noise Miami generates in a 24-hour period -- construction, traffic, chusmeria -- as part of the March tradition known as Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week.

And if deciding which one of the Shelborne's six WMC pool party's to attend this year has proved remarkably overwhelming, perhaps you should just go get sprung with Hard Miami and its only aquatic soirée at the Raleigh Hotel.

Check out the complete HARD Miami Pool Party lineup after the cut.

See also:

-Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost Announces WMC 2013 Lineup: Cassy, Carl Craig, 30 Others

-Shelborne's WMC 2013 Pool Parties: Murk, Erick Morillo, Victor Calderone, and Others

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

HARD Miami Pool Party 2013 Lineup

-Felix Da Housecat




-Just Blaze

-Alex Metric




-Para One

-Kill Frenzy

-Jesse Rose

-Light Year

-Gina Turner

-Samo Soundboy

The feisty fiesta kicks off at noon Friday, March 22, a day after HARD wraps up at Grand Central.

In fact, consider HARD Miami's poolside shindig a multisensory supplement to Destructo's (Los Angeles DJ, producer, and party promoter Gary Richards) two-night aural orgy at Grand Central.

After all, it really is HARD to leave.

HARD Miami Pool Party. Friday, March 22. Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at noon, and tickets cost $34.80 plus fees via flavorus.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-534-6300, or visit raleighhotel.com.

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