Factory 93 Hollywood Palladium
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Looking to dance away the final moments of 2019 to some quality techno beats? Factory 93 has you covered at Twelve 31 at the Hollywood Palladium!


If you were hoping to dance the final moments of 2019 away while taking in some epic techno beats then Factory 93 is here to fill that desire. Today, Insomniac‘s house and techno brand announced the return of their New Year’s Eve show Twelve 31 and it’s a party that any techno lover who is 21+ in Southern California won’t want to miss.

The Hollywood Palladium will play host to some of the best in the house and techno scene today with Drumcode boss Adam Beyer, the absolutely unreal Enrico Sangiuliano, and MOOD-inducing Nicole Moudaber taking the stage over the course of the night. All three of these artists have been delivering powerful releases and performances that have taken fans to a state of dance music bliss.

Related: Looking to get a dose of techno from Drumcode? Check out their latest compilation for a taste of what the label is all about!

Gerald Not Gerald will also be playing in support at the show and kicking off the music for the final hours of 2019. Plan to arrive early and leave late as this will be a show you simply won’t want to miss a moment of when these masters of the genre guide you into 2020 in the best way possible.

Want to spend the final hours of 2019 wrapped up in a techno paradise? Tickets to Factory 93’s Twelve 31 go on sale Friday, October 18 at 12pm PST via FrontGate!


Factory 93 Presents Twelve 31 – Event Information:

When: Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Hours: 9pm – 3am
Where: Hollywood Palladium – 6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Ages: 21+
Tickets: On sale Friday, October 18 at 12pm PST via FrontGate
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

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