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10 Years of Hard Summer

Hard Summer

A decade of Hard Summer was not only a cause for celebration; it was necessity. If you had attended any of the previous Hard Presents festivals or parties, you would be accustomed to an insanely well-curated lineup spanning all genres barring country I believe (not that there’s anything wrong with liking it, chill). This year’s 10th anniversary of Hard Summer was no different and in my opinion was one of if not the best Hard event I have experienced since Hard Haunted Mansion 2009 (it was lit, trust me). This year I was lucky enough to be invited to check more »

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INSOMNIAC GENERATES MORE THAN $3 BILLION FOR U.S. ECONOMY FROM 2010-2014

National Economic Impact Report Looks at 48 Electronic Music Events Spanning Past Five Years Insomniac festivals have contributed an astounding $3.17 billion to the U.S. economy over the past five years, according to a report conducted by Beacon Economics. The national economic survey looks at the fiscal impact of 48 of Insomniac’s events produced between 2010 and 2014. During this period, 3.39 million enthusiastic fans came together across 14 cities to experience Insomniac’s signature festivals including Electric Daisy Carnival and Nocturnal Wonderland. The news of this impressive, long term fiscal impact comes shortly after the 5th annual EDC Las Vegas more »

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