Secret Project Recap
Secret Project Festival returned to where it all began in the urban landscape of downtown Los Angeles this past weekend on October 2nd and 3rd to throw an amazing event in collaboration with Factor 93. Secret Project brought together amazing musical acts, art installations, food, and culture to support it all.
This year a new stage design was released with a 360 dancefloor. This was a different way to experience the stage, but it ended up working out great. The stage was never too packed in one area so you were free to move around and find space to dance. You could easily navigate from the front, side, and back of the stage within a few minutes.
There was one stage, which made for a great experience. Everyone was brought together to enjoy the sounds of their favorite DJs in one place. This also meant no schedule conflicts, which typically arise when there are multiple stages.
There was a curated lineup along with artistic creators to develop a unique experience for everyone. The music sounded great with their sound system. It was loud and had a lot of bass, but was crisp and clean.
There were over ten DJs/producers and progressive live acts that you do not typically see performing. Some of which included DJ Tennis, Maceo Plex, Fjaak, Ben Boher, and others. If you are looking for the best house and techno music then Secret Project is where you need to be.
Walking around the venue you would stumble upon different art installations. The walls were lined with large-scale murals and live graffiti. This was an outdoor oasis of urban art and culture.
Food & Drinks
Once you walked into the festival you could see multiple areas to buy food and drinks. Food trucks lined the venue offering good food to hungry festival-goers. There was something for everyone to eat depending on the mood you were in. There was even a dessert truck for quick snacks.
This was a weekend to remember. One stage of amazing house and techno music makes for a great weekend. We are excited to see what 2022 has in store for Secret Project Festival. Make sure to check out when tickets go on sale here.