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Desert Hearts third birthday will feature J.Phlip, Claude VonStroke and more

The line-up is here

  • Mixmag Staff
  • 8 October 2015

Desert Hearts just dropped the line-up for their 3rd anniversary festival happening next month in Southern California. It's a pretty solid bill which includes J.Phlip, Claude VonStroke, Kate Simko, Jozif and more.

The buzz now surrounds the merging of two of California's strongest crews Desert Hearts and Dirtybird. It's about to be a Dirty Hearts affair as Claude VonStroke and J.Phlip join the core DH crew including Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Porkchop, Deep Jesus and Marbs.

Even though the high demand for tickets calls for an increased capacity, the Desert Hearts founders refuse to expand the festival from its one stage, one vibe vision.

The fall anniversary is on the verge of selling out tickets completely, so grab them here before it's too late. Get ready for 100 hours of non-stop house and techno at Los Coyotes Indian Reservation in Southern California, from November 5-9.

Check out the full line-up below.

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