Rødhåd, Pig & Dan, & Nic Fanciulli To Headline SoCal Desert Festival, Love Machine 2023

Love Machine’s 2023 edition is ready to spread love with a new desert resort location and several new and returning international house and techno talents.

On April 28-30, Love Machine will remain in Jacumba, California, but moved to DeAnza Springs Resort, one of North America’s newest “clothing-optional” resorts.

The new additions, including outdoor and indoor pools, stunning trails in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and RV and motel room options make Love Machine a desert getaway and music festival in one.

The star-studded lineup highlights renowned Berghain mainstay Rødhåd, a live show from Love Machine veteran Rodriguez Jr., Saved label head Nic Fanciulli, Afro house pioneer THEMBA, and techno legends Pig & Dan.

Joining them are Doc Martin, Harvard Bass, Konstantin Sibold, Ian Pooley, Halo Varga, and so many more incredible artists who will perform across the 500 acres of high desert.

Love Machine is a spiritual retreat in itself. The goal is to bring awareness to mental and emotional health through meaningful human connections.

The pillars of the event are community, art, yoga, music, and lifestyle awareness alongside cutting-edge production and the healing power of music.

Check out the full lineup below, and tickets to Love Machine are available here.

Featured image from Love Machine

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