We’re reaching for the Skyline with Skyline LA, the highly anticipated festival presented by Insomniac’s Factory 93 and Day Trip. The festival is going to amaze you as it transforms Gloria Molina Grand Park into a pulsating haven for electronic music enthusiasts on Saturday, February 24, and Sunday, February 25. This is the third year of the annual event and the festival shows no signs of stopping. It has the goal of showcasing newer artists while staying true to the underground roots of the festival. Diversity is a key aspect of the festival as it includes genres such as house, techno, tech house, melodic, and even an emphasis this year on hard techno, Skyline LA promises an unforgettable and versatile experience for anyone in attendance.
And wow, what a showstopping lineup this is! Each artist is specially curated to captivate and energize the audience. Starting off, we’ve got the legendary Carl Cox, who is set to deliver a groundbreaking hybrid set, seamlessly blending the old and the new, showcasing why he remains an iconic figure in the techno world. Chris Lake, an innovator in the tech house scene, and Vintage Culture, always with a finger on the pulse of house music, are both set to deliver performances that showcase the evolution of house and techno. As masters of their craft, CamelPhat will intricately weave sonic landscapes to effortlessly merge infectious beats and mesmerizing melodies that transcends genres. Meanwhile, Marco Carola is poised to enter his domain of techno mastery, celebrated as a true maestro within the genre. Renowned for his unmatched mixing skills and an acute understanding of the dancefloor, Carola promises to immerse the audience in a journey that goes beyond boundaries.
If that isn’t enough to sell you on grabbing those tickets ASAP, look no further than Klangkuenstler, Deborah de Luca, Indira Paganotto, Nico Moreno, Adiel, and Palma. Klangkuenstler’s relentless and industrial beats intertwine seamlessly with Deborah de Luca’s electrifying and hypnotic rhythms, setting the stage for a journey into the heart of hard techno. Indira Paganotto and Nico Moreno add their own unique flavors to the mix, resonating in the depths of the underground scene. Adiel’s avant-garde approach and Palma’s raw, unapologetic sound complete this hard techno ensemble, promising an exhilarating experience that will leave an indelible mark on Skyline LA’s evolving soundscape.
Tickets for Skyline LA go on sale this Friday, January 12 at SkylineFest.com, inviting you to secure your spot at this immersive experience where four city blocks of Gloria Molina Grand Park will converge music, experience, and culture for Los Angeles’ biggest house & techno event. For the latest news and updates on Skyline LA 2024, be sure to follow the event on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. Additionally, be sure to follow Factory 93 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and Day Trip via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To stay up-to-date with all things Insomniac, visit Insomniac.com.