Jos Kottmann
The two-day event in downtown L.A. will be hosted by Insomniac’s Factory 93 and Day Trip brands.
"The LA skyline is changing in 2022," according to Insomniac's West Coast event banners, Factory 93 and Day Trip.
And we owe it all to the rejuvenated Skyline Festival, which was announced today. The 21+ event is set to take over downtown L.A. next month on February 26th and 27th, with two outdoor stages. 
Featuring a star-studded lineup of house and techno music, scheduled performers include Anfisa Letyago, Chris Lake, Green Velvet, Maya Jane Coles, Noizu and Sonny Fodera. Skyline has also booked a host of DJs who are prominent in their local circuits, such as Honeyluv and Heidi Lawden from Los Angeles, DJ Minx from Detroit, and Miami's Ms. Mada.
"The people have been heard," wrote one commenter on Instagram.
It's a tour de force for Ivy Lab, who reimagine their sound via an introspective journey through 14 scintillating tracks.
TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, has already filed a U.S. trademark application for a new music platform called "TikTok Music."
New major releases include tracks from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, ARTBAT, Tsu Nami and more.
Tickets for Skyline Festival will go on sale here this Thursday, January 13th at 12PM PT. 
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Carl Cox, Chris Lake, Green Velvet and more graced the two-day event’s stages, which were paired with towering light panels and cutting-edge strobe setups.
Carl Cox, Chris Lake and Green Velvet are set to headline the two-day event, which is dedicated to the house and techno underground.
The house and techno showcase will include areas like the Carl Cox Megastructure and waterfront stage, The Cove.
Tickets for the three-day house, techno and underground music event are on sale now.
New major releases include tracks from Curbi, Black Eyed Peas, Party Favor and more.
The two French showmen shut down Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall this February for a sold-out celebration of their 2021 album, “Cyclorama.”
The mesmerizing deep house tune is her first solo single since 2018.
The Martinez Brothers, Maceo Plex, Sacha Robotti, and DJ Tennis are set to hit the stage.

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