HARD Day of the Dead Closed Out the 2019 Spooky Season With A Bang – EDM.com

Halloween in Los Angeles tends to be a month-long activity. Just because the holiday passed does not mean the party stopped. If you were one of many who wanted to keep the spooky season going straight into November, then HARD Day of the Dead was the perfect place to be. 

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The beautiful Los Angeles State Historic Park was transformed into an homage of the traditional Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos. Attendees were greeted to an array of spectacular sugar skulls and mariachis galore. The beauty of this event is the size. The one-day event was split into just two stages across the grassy, 34-acre grassy. The HARD Stage (A.K.A. the main stage) featured insane production and hosted the higher billed acts. DURO Stage returned as the hub for more of the deep house and techno acts. It was a much smaller and adorned to look like an old, creepy church.