The future of music is bold, fearless and very eclectic—at least, if you let the billing for the 2017 Hard Summer Music Festival tell the story. This year's iteration of the festival, which is all set to take place at The Speedway in Fontana, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 5 and Sunday, Aug. 6, will see Rae Sremmurd, Snoop Dogg, Migos, Madeintyo and 24hrs perform on the same stage as DJ Snake, Justice Charli XCX, Tinashe, Bassnectar and Dog Blood.

Also performing at the festival will be Mike WiLL Made-It, Ty Dolla $ign, Skepta, JME, E-40, A-Trak and Mobb Deep. Needless to say, this diverse festival line-up, which was put together by festival founder Gary Richards, easily lives up to the "genre-defying" label the fest has been prescribed. In addition to rap and singing acts, producers and DJs like Anna Lunoe, Nina Las Vegas, JPhlip, Kim Ann Foxman, Ellen Allien, Gina Turner, Nancy Whang, Masha, Sita Abellan, Heather b2b Collette, Louisahhh, Kittens, J Worra, Uniiqu3, Cray, Jubilee, GG Magree, Qrion, Whipped Cream and Deux Twins will also be taking the stage.

For his part, Snoop, whose new album Never Left will arrive on May 19,  will be offering up a super-special live performance of his seminal Doggystyle album when he performs on Sunday, Aug. 6. The project dropped roughly 24 years ago, but it was deemed a classic not too long afterwards. You can cop tickets for the 2017 Hard Summer Music Festival here.

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