Following last summer’s sell out festival, Italy’s award-winning Kappa FuturFestival returns to Torino’s Parco Dora for another 3 days of celebrations. And there’s lots to celebrate with this year marking the festival’s 10th-anniversary edition, taking place in Torino on 30th June – 2nd July.
Reading like a who’s who of electronic music with dance music icons, DJ legends and exciting new faces it’s definitely one of the summer’s most impressive festival bills. There’s some huge names coming to celebrate this year including the long-awaited return of Black Coffee and Major Lazer, supergroup The Swedish House Mafia with their only Italian date this summer, Detroit master Carl Craig, Diplo B2B with Maceo Plex, plus superstar DJs like Fatboy Slim, Sasha and John Digweed and Carl Cox, who for the first time hosts his own stage with Carl Cox Invites.
Elsewhere there’s sets from US house DJ Derrick Carter, Solid Grooves head honcho Michael Bibi and house duo The Martinez Brothers, Peggy Gou, Seth Troxler Danny Tenaglia, Jamie Jones and so much more across the three days.
And to mark the 10th birthday the festival will also launch two new stages – The Voyager and The Kosmo – making a total of five different stages. With more details still to come on The Voyager, the festival can reveal the concept for The Kosmo. A brand new project that blends the world of art, music and technology. It’s first and foremost a giant art installation curated and designed by artist Marinella Senatore which is aimed at an alternative audience bringing together avant-garde artists with the most influential contemporary music and art professionals. It will be an immersive art space paired with cutting edge music from renowned artists and DJs whilst also being a platform for showcasing up-and-coming new talent. Stay tuned for more details along with the stage splits. This 10th edition will be their most ambitious event yet so guarantee your part in electronic music history and grab your 10th anniversary ticket now whilst they last!