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Your Guide to the Go HARD Seattle Lineup, Part II

Porter Robinson
Porter Robinson's iconic Worlds stage.

Lineup guides for single-stage shows usually can be packed into a single article. But for one as stacked to the rafters as Go HARD Seattle, we just had to split this one up. Last time around, we went through a crew led by the HARDfather himself, Destructo. With Jauz, Anna Lunoe, and Wax Motif in tow, the bottom half of the poster alone would be a sell-out show at just about any club in the city of Seattle. Throw in the four other headliners on the bill though and we have a recipe for a show that goes far beyond the brand of house music that’s made Destructo and co. world famous.

We have four more artists to round out the Go HARD Seattle lineup, and things are only getting better. It’s a killer combination of artists that the Northwest has traditionally loved, and ones that will be touching down in our fair city for the very first time. You can still enter our giveaway, or buy tickets over in this direction to ensure you don’t miss out on the fun.

Rae Sremmurd

This hip-hop centric duo is known both in and outside of the realm of dance music, having collaborated with the likes of Nicki Minaj and Pusha T throughout a storied career that began in the projects of Tupelo, Mississippi. They embody the diversity of the Go HARD lineup, bringing an energy that complements the deeper offerings of tour-mates Anna Lunoe and Destructo to absolute perfection.


It’s hard not to recognize Tchami in a crowd, sporting a glorious beard, a tightly-groomed haircut, and his priestly collar that makes any set of his a true sermon to the masses. Already in his young career he’s been a part of Skrillex’s massive Mothership Tour at Red Rocks, been aboard Holy Ship!, and had his name recognized just about everywhere he goes. Now he’ll make his first appearance in our corner of Washington as one of the most asked-for artists in the region.


The explosion of trap music over the last few years has had one artist at ground zero: Flosstradamus. The duo is no stranger to Seattle, having headlined alongside Dillon Francis for two unforgettable nights at Neumos three years ago. Now they’re back to show us just why they’re the visionaries of their genre constantly pushing things forward while still staying true to their singularly unique sound.

Porter Robinson

If there’s one artist that people are most excited for on the Go HARD Seattle lineup, it’s Porter Robinson. He blew us all away last August with his live Worlds setup, and if his tour schedule is to be believed we’ll be getting a similarly spectacular journey through his visionary album one again come April. Every time we see Porter up here in the Northwest, it almost seems like we get a different side of him for each show. Back at Lucky in 2012, Language had just been unveiled. At Paradiso 2013, he had come into his own on the side of fast and heavy electro. Now he’s into the Worlds portion of his musical journey, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what he brings this next time around.

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