Tiga and Diplo Headline Hard Miami at Grand Central March 24 UPDATE

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We already broke the news that Hard was returning to the Magic City -- only this time it's going to be a proper club event at Grand Central on Thursday, March 24.

Now the lineup has popped up. And while Simian Mobile Disco in nowhere in sight (not that we expected it, the duo is hosting a party at Eve the same night), there are a few big, bright names: Canadian DJ-producer Tiga and Mr. Never-Seems-to-Leave-Miami Diplo. Seriously, when can we start referring to the Mad Decent boss as a local DJ?

Also on the bill: DJ Mehdi, Busy P, SebastiAn, Brodinski, Destructo, Mumbai Science, and Tinie Tempah.

UPDATE: Hard's Facebook page confirms that SebastiAn has been added to lineup.

There is a promise of additional "special guests," and this being the weekend of Ultra Music Festival, we wouldn't be surprised if a few big names pop in to say hello while behind the decks.

Hard Miami with Tiga, Diplo, and more, Thursday, March 24. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $25 via Fla.vor.us. Doors at 10 p.m. Ages 18 and up. Visit hardfest.com

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