Who else loves Long Beach? The location is iconic enough that Love Long Beach was born in 2013! The festival was created to celebrate the beauty of its namesake city. The goal is to offer guests a singular, immersive festival experience outside the urban chaos of Los Angeles. Six fruitful editions later, the magic returns to its picturesque home of ShoreLine Aquatic Park on July 23 & 24 for its highly awaited seventh edition. This is going to be a beautiful festival!
We start the festival with local powerhouse Subtract! They reprise its takeover of the festival’s main stage, hosting Southern California’s top house talents throughout the two-day affair. We’ll see the likes of beat-driven party starter Ardalan, LA hometown hero Doc Martin, pioneering house producer Kevin Knapp, and upper echelon DJ and producer Marques Wyatt are a few of the stage’s headliners. The talented and hypnotic Öona Dahl, up and coming Percomaniacs prodigy Rybo, and local favorite Jeremy Sole are among the other notable names rounding out a powerful Subtract stage lineup.
On the other end of the spectrum, Love Long Beach’s Noise stage brings low-end class into the fold with headliners like transcendent deep bass producer 5AM and respected sound engineer DRRTYWULVZ. GRN + GLD founding member Dirty Merlin, bass maven Sorcerist, the diverse stylings of Oxóssi, and Noise Revolt founder Chief Jesta add to this list of top tier talent. These artists will be joined by an elite billing of local virtuosos that include Chef Boyarbeatz, Circadian Riff, Divasonic, Kimothy Leary, Lyqd, ST4RFOX, and many more. Bass Waffles, B-Side and Momentive will both be hosting Noise stage takeovers, rounding out a robust showing from California’s bass community.
Love Long Beach wants you to have an immersive festival experience by bringing a well-rounded slate of visual art, wellness, and cuisine into the fold. Spend your days relaxing before you go hard at the yoga and meditation workshops. And fuel your party with a variety of different food options ranging from vegasn eats to hearty meat dishes. And don’t forget to check out the local art installations that are on display throughout the waterfront.
The past six years have allowed Love Long Beach to cement itself as a beacon of the local culture in Long Beach. The festival has a family appeal and a diverse curriculum has allowed the festival to blossom into one of the most sought-after in the area. The seventh edition promises to be just as amazing as before by providing the ultimate artistic curation.
July 23 & 24 at the ShoreLine Aquatic Park