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Photo Credit: Ivan Meneses for Insomniac Events

After a debut edition in 2018 that was met with plenty of praise, Secret Project Festival is set to return to their Downtown LA location for another weekend of underground beats!


Last year, Insomniac blew the lid off of Downtown Los Angeles with the debut edition of Secret Project Festival. Bringing in some of the finest artists who have made their name in the underground dance music scene like DJ Tennis, Carl Cox, Tale of Us, and Stephan Bodzin, this two-day house and techno extravaganza quickly became one of the can’t-miss events in the fall.

Now, after winning over dance music lovers and industry members alike, the team behind the festival has announced that Secret Project will be returning for their sophomore edition this coming October. Nestled in between Nocturnal Wonderland and Escape: Psycho Circus, expect to be dominated by heavy house and techno vibes on the weekend of October 12-13.

Aside from the music, Secret Project offered plenty of art, dining options, and VIP options for those who want to have an enhanced experience at the festival. We’re hoping to see some extra special after parties surface to keep things grooving deep into the night as well!

Information about tickets, the lineup, and other details for the upcoming edition of house and techno festival are still yet to come. Stay tuned to this post and RSVP to their event page on Facebook for the latest updates!


Secret Project Festival 2019 – Event Information:

Date: October 12-13, 2019
Hours: 2pm – 10pm
Location: 1756 Naud Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Age Restriction: 21+
Tickets: TBA
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

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Will you be attending one of the best house and techno events in Downtown LA this year? Let us know what you’re most excited about in the comments below!


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