Hard Miami Returns as a Two-Day Party at Grand Central on March 21 and 22

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Hard, the long-running Los Angeles club night and electronic music festival, made its Miami debut during WMC 2010 with a pool party at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. We called it out for being a lite version of Hard's notoriously heavy throwdowns.

Now we won't try take credit for it. (Actually, we will.) But the following year, the L.A. collective provided us with the vastly improved Hard Miami at Grand Central.

And the South Florida love didn't even stop after March ended. Earlier this month, the Holy Ship! music cruise sailed out of Port Everglades, and now we've received word that Hard Miami will return to Grand Central for WMC 2012 or Miami Music Week or whatever.

But instead being a one-night stand, Hard will morph into a two-day electro extravaganza on March 21 and 22.

Day One promises a Moombahton Massive party with Diplo, Dillon Francis, and Nadastrom while Day Two consists of Boys Noize, Busy P, Brondinski, Gesaffelstein, Destructo, and Oliver. Of course, the lineup is far from complete, so expect a lot more announcements in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, feel free to read our review of 2011's Hard Miami as a reminder why you don't want to miss this party. Or if you're a more visual person, check out the slideshow.

Hard Miami. March 21 and March 22. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $25 per day plus fees via Fla.vor.us. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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