Dance party crew Desert Hearts announced the lineup for their three-year anniversary party today, and it's the biggest signal yet that the DJ collective-turned-festival promoters have become major players in the SoCal dance music scene. Headliners include house legend Doc Martin, Dirtybird Records' Claude VonStroke and J. Phlip, and Berlin techno veteran Andreas Henneberg — a smart combination that should build Desert Hearts' profile with the EDM masses while maintaining the underground vibes their parties are revered for.
The “100 hours of nonstop house, techno and love” will go down Nov. 5-9 at Los Coyotes Indian Reservation, about three hours southeast of downtown Los Angeles in the San Jacinto Mountains. Full weekend passes are available for $200 via Ticketfly. Car and RV campsites are sold out, but general camping is included in the ticket price. More info is available at www.deserthearts.us.
The full lineup, which also includes Desert Hearts regulars Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Marbs, Porkchop and Deep Jesus, is listed below after the flyer and teaser video.
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