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Insomniac’s Factory 93 was one of the few brands yet to have its own standalone festival, but this Fall that will change with the debut of Secret Project Festival!


Insomniac Events’ house and techno brand Factory 93 has been pumping out some serious sounds from the underground since its inception. Known for bringing highly curated artists to the stage like Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, Solomun, and Nicole Moudaber, they have provided some memorable nights for those who attend. High off the heels of their Adam Beyer x Cirez D two-night show announcement at the Hollywood Palladium this November, they have something else in store this October with the debut of Secret Project Festival.

Not much is known about the debut edition of the Secret Project Festival outside of the dates that it will be held, October 14-15. Past editions of Factory 93 have been held at the Naud Street Warehouse, the outdoor portion of that venue, Exchange LA, and the Hollywood Palladium, but none of these spaces are screaming out as the location for this two-day event.

Other crucial information we have yet to discover is exactly who will be playing Secret Project Festival. We can’t wait to see which artists will be taking the stage at the debut edition, knowing that Awakenings and Time Warp will be hosting Connect that same weekend in Germany which will possibly knock out some heavy hitters in the underground scene.

We will continue to stay tuned to our channels and keep you all updated as more information about this mysterious festival develops. Ticket info, lineup, location, and more details will surely be coming soon, so keep your eyes peeled for the latest details!

Factory 93 Presents Secret Project Festival:

Secret Project Festival Flyer

Are you excited for this new two-day event from Factory 93? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!


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