Torino’s techno spectacular eyes up its biggest edition to date
Kappa Futur has announced plans to return in 2022 with a three-day festival running on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd July.
The event, which is held in Torino, northern Italy, has been unable to take place for the last two years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. While no lineup has been confirmed, based on previous editions we expect a host of big names from the techno world to descend on the iconic Parco Dora venue for what is set to be the festival’s biggest offering to date.
“After a two-year break we are finally ready to get back and we’re very excited to be adding another day to the program, a gift to our audience that has supported us throughout this tough period. A longer festival for a bigger audience — our goal is to host 90,000 people onsite, 40% of whom we hope will be international guests,” said Maurizio Vitale Jr., CEO & Co-Founder of Movement Entertainment, the company behind Kappa Futur, adding foreign ticket holders accounted for 32% of the crowd in 2019.
The Kappa Futur site is considered one of the most spectacular urban venues in Europe — a former industrial complex turned vast city park that won the International Architecture Award in 2012, and European Garden Award for 2017. You can still revisit some of the finest sets from the Burn Stage, which arguably offers the best views over the location.
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