Day of the Dead festival returns to LA this Saturday
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If music fans didn't get enough of the Halloween festivities this past weekend and are still looking for more, well, look no further. Hard's Day of the Dead returns to Los Angeles' State Historic Park this Saturday, Nov. 3, for a night of music that will shake bones and enliven souls. 

This year's festival marks its return to the heart of Los Angeles and boasts great acts like Die Antwoord, Justice (Live) and J. Phlip. 

For those who have not had the pleasure of seeing Justice (Live), this is one opportunity not to pass up. The French duo has been touring hard this summer and makes one of their last stops in the west this coming Saturday. 

J. Phlip, the DJ with an engineering degree, has made a name for herself since winning a DJ contest back in 2005. She always tears up the decks and has no problem bringing new, fresh beats with her wherever she goes. 

Finally, Die Antwoord is a force to be reckoned with. It's one thing to listen to their music and watch their videos, it's entirely another thing to experience them live. Yolandi and Ninja play off of each other like few artists do, and their energy is simply palpable. The married couple always brings a show that will live long in the hearts of all those gathered to experience it.

These three acts are just a few of what's in store this Saturday. Others include Cashmere Cat, Dateless, DNMO and Masha. Tickets are still available, so head on over and frolic amongst the dead this coming Saturday.