Bringing you the best house and techno straight to the Orlando Amphitheater at The Central Florida Fairgrounds, Insomniac’s Factory 93 and Day Trip combine forces to bring you Skyline. The two-day festival is happening this Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-28, 2022, so enjoy the start of warm weather in the Florida sun with music, vibes, and your best dance-loving homies. The 10,000-capacity venue is at the center of downtown Orlando, right next to Orlando Executive Airport, so festival-goers from all around the world can have access to everything at their fingertips. And with music stores and restaurants all in the area, you’ll have something to do even if you arrive a few days before the event. Skyline starts at 5 pm on Friday, May 27, with a lineup so fire you’ll be driving with the top down to cool off before you get there. Heavy hitters Chris Lake, Hot Since 82, and Adam Beyer are sure to get you in the mood to groove, but Channel Tres is an unexpected name that we’re excited about. Known for fusing hip-hop and house music, the triple threat producer, DJ, rapper brought his A-game to this year’s Coachella, so we’re hyped to see how takes on the Skyline festival stage. You might not know SOHMI, but your favorite producers probably do. The Korean-American DJ garnered co-signs from BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Yotto, and Skyline co-headliner Hot Since 82. Self-described as “minimal pop tech,” her magnetic sound got her coveted guest mixes on Anjunadeep, Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy, and 88RISING Radio’s House of Jade. Quicky-rising J. Worra will also be taking the stage that Friday, curating a sizzling set full of classic house and new-school tech. The Chicago native was named DJ Mag’s Breakthrough Producer of the Year in 2019 and has been on a breakneck trajectory ever since. The Saturday lineup is a force to be reckoned with, too. Legendary names like Zhu, Eric Prydz, Bob Moses, and Green Velvet are recognizable. But UK’s TSHA is a cant-miss set if you love outsider house and garage. Her saccharine sound will be immaculate for the outdoor festival, bringing you the best vibes all day. Then, take things up a notch with HoneyLuv. Like Channel Tres, the artist also melds hip-hop, R&B, house, and techno into a perfectly rave-ready package that’ll make you want to keep dancing even after the festival is over. She’s been on practically every festival and club stage in a short amount of time, so if you haven’t gotten the chance to catch her, this is your time.