Factory 93 Presents A New Festival In LA: One Project

Today Factory 93, the house and techno arm of Insomniac, announced a brand new festival: One Project. This weekend-long event will take over a never-before-used outdoor venue in Los Angeles with a star-studded lineup of underground talent.

One Project comes after Factory 93 confirmed their flagship event, Secret Project, could not happen in 2021. Read part of their official statement below:

“Due to the challenges of this crazy year, we will have to wait until 2022 for Secret Project Festival LA’s full return. Not wanting to leave the community we love so much hanging, we decided to create a unique edition for this year.”

One Project is set to be a “one-time-only” event, utilizing one stage compared to Secret Project’s two-stage set up.

In terms of the lineup, Factory 93 did not leave their community hanging at all. Not only does the roster feature a wide range of four-on-the-floor sounds from the raging techno of Nina Kraviz to the silky grooves of Denis Sulta, but it pays homage to the diverse roots of dance music culture.

More than half the artists on the lineup are females, while Floorplan, Ash Lauryn, DJ Minx, and Stacy Christine honor house and techno as historically Black music.

One Project will happen in Downtown Los Angeles on October 2-3, 2021. Check out the full lineup below and purchase tickets when they go on sale Thursday, August 26.

Featured image provided by Insomniac

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Harry Levin

Hi my name is Harry Levin. I live in LA and I'm an absolute lover of music.

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