Kappa FuturFestival returns to Turin from July 7 to 8, once again welcoming some of techno’s biggest names.
Those on the bill at the moment include Solomun (pictured), Joseph Capriati, Drumcode boss Adam Beyer (who play on the first day), Ilario Alicante, Luciano, Derrick May and Marco Carola (who play on the final day).
Kappa takes place in the industrial setting of Parco Dora and this year will see the introduction of an extra stage to accompany the hangars. This takes the festival’s size up to 65,000 square metres.
With 50,000 expected to attend over the two days, Kappa is taking part in a research project, MONICA, for the development of IoT technologies that “will allow a more efficient management of public order and acoustic impact.”
Tickets are just €60 for the weekend and €40 for a day. Get them here.
By Dave Turner
Original article here.