The Turin weekender had already named the likes of Carl Cox, Black Coffee and Fatboy Slim for the event
Italy’s Kappa Futur Festival has announced the second wave of its line-up for its 2023 edition.
Among those added include Peggy Gou, Seth Troxler, Michael Bibi, The Martinez Brothers, US house music legend Derrick Carter, Jamie Jones, prog house pioneers Sasha & Digweed and more.
Taking place on the weekend between Friday June 30 and Sunday July 2 at Turin’s Parco Dora, the festival will mark the Turin weekender’s 10th anniversary event, and will continue as a three day event following the success of last year’s sell out edition.
They join the likes of Black Coffee, Carl Cox, Swedish House Mafia, Diplo B2B Maceo Plex, Danny Tenaglia and Fatboy Slim, who had previously been announced in the first wave of acts. Live sets will come from Stephan Bodzin, The Hacker & Alessandro Adriani, Christopher Coe, Frank Wiedemann x Mathew Jonson, Dukwa, Paranoid London and Lost Souls of Saturn. There will also be a a number of DJs who will play the festival for the first time, with Job Jobse, Detroit icons Floorplan and DJ Bone, O.BEE & Tomas Station, Trym and Folamour, who will be performing a bespoke audiovisual set.
Despite the stacked lineup, the festival’s organizers say there are more artists to be announced.
For an idea of what’s in store, watch a recap video from the festival’s 2022 sell-out edition below.
General admission tickets stand at £142 (€160) for the weekend, with ‘VIP Experience’ passes starting from £382 (€430). Gold VIP and the festival’s Art & Techno experience packages are also available. For more information about Kappa Futur Festival and to purchase tickets for Kappa Futur Festival 2023, click here.
Take a look at the full line-up below.