Carl Craig at Desert Hearts 2022
Tickets for Desert Hearts Festival 2023 Are Now On Sale
The Desert Hearts crew is returning to their new home at Lake Perris in 2023 for Desert Hearts Festival on May 5-8, 2023. Tickets are now on sale, and payment plans are also available for those who are already stacking up their festival season schedule for next year.
When you select the payment plan option at checkout, you'll only have to drop $9.99 plus fees ($41.10 total). Nine payments of $37.43 will be charged to your credit card on the first of every month starting in October and ending in May, just before the start of the festival.
You can update the credit card at any time during the payment period. You can also cancel at any time however, doing so will forfeit all funds from previous payments. For more information on the payment plan details and to purchase tickets, visit the Desert Hearts website.
The Desert Hearts Festival celebrated its tenth year in 2022 with an expanded celebration at Lake Perris, California. Leaders of the transformational festival movement, co-founders Mikey Lion, Marbs, Porky, and Lee Reynolds have cultivated a family-like community united under the mantra of "House, Techno, Love – We Are All Desert Hearts" since their first renegade in the Mojave Desert in 2012.
Last year's highly anticipated event came after a two-year pause due to the pandemic. And while their in-person parties may have been on hold, the purveyors of judgment-free self-expression grew their community immensely by cultivating an online army of Desert Hearts faithful through their popular Twitch channel.
The 10th-anniversary event featured underground heavyweights like DJ Harvey, Carl Craig, Omar-S, Danny Daze, Township Rebellion, Atish, and of course, the core crew Mikey Lion, Marbs, Porky, and Lee Reynolds.
The lineup for the 2023 edition has not yet been released, but if last year is any indication, it will be an expertly curated cross-section of the finest underground talent.
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