HTID Brings The Party Down Under to Australia!

HTID Is Taking Hardcore To The Land Down Under

It’s that time of year for Upside-down England, HTID makes its return to Australia for another installment of its reigning Hard Til I Die event in Australia. UK based show and created in 2004, HTID has shows in Holland, USA, Spain, Australia and many more. This is the second return of HTID in Australia is more than ready for its beloved return. It is held January 26th which is the nation’s Australia Day holiday, every dancing dingo, cheeky sick kent, and muzzing mad man and woman keen on sharing another night together at one of Australia’s largest happy hardcore events, it will sure to be another night filled with sick wubz and hammering kick lines. With a lineup consisting of Hixxy, Darren Styles, and several notorious hardcore and happy hardcore artist, it will indeed be a night of heavy hitters and bass splitters.


HTID Australia will be held at the Sydney Showground, home to several other Aussie EDM events and will be well prepared to handle the anticipated crowd. With a full support team, security, water stations, and available medical and grounds control the event will be ready to handle the highly expected turn out for the event.

Full Lineup:

Highly Anticipated Sets for the crowd:

One set that will be ready to bring the hardest and most anticipated energy packed set is the b2b of Sefa and Rooler. With their collaboration on Surviving The Streets, it will be very expected for them to give the hard-hitting beats the Aussie crowd will be seeking. Darren Styles will also be another highly anticipated set as he has become the world known 170 bpm artist playing many major festivals both in America, Europe, and Australia. Minus The Crown will also be making their Australia debut as this is Dougal and Joey Riots duo project they have been working on.

As an avid lover of happy hardcore and all hard dance music, this will be an experience that I will remember for a lifetime. I can’t wait to see all the beautiful people there and truly be submersed into the Australian rave scene. I’ll see you in the crowd for a cheeky hakken and sick muzz.

-Joe Rath