It’s been a minute since we’ve seen dance music festivals pop up within Los Angeles city limits, but over the summer we’ve seen a few big companies push their events back into the heart of LA. In that same vein, this weekend’s Secret Project festival helmed by Factory 93 was a special event for all involved. Located in the streets of Chinatown between majordōmo and Apotheke, the inaugural Secret Project boasted a killer lineup with legendary artists such as Carl Cox and Tale of Us along with fresh artists like Peggy Gou. Between two stages of house and techno, Secret Project provided an intimate vibe in a prime location for locals and visitors to thrive. On the production front, Production Club was responsible for the industrial stage designs. The Naud Street stage featured colorful shipping containers packed with stage lights and LED screens while the Spring Street stage was fashioned with metal and beams of light at nighttime — they nailed the vibe.
You can check out some shots from the festival below, courtesy of photographers TC Bruggere, Troy Acevedo, and Ivan Meneses.