Futur Festival Announce Extra Stages & Final Lineup
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Saturday 5th – 6th July 2014
Parco Dora, Torino, Italy
Disclosure – Live, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Marco Carola, Omar S, Mano Le Tough, Len Faki, Kevin Saunderson, The Bloody Beetroots, The Martinez Brothers, Soul Clap, DJ Sneak, Tony Humphries, Lucy, Camblaster, Ckrono & Slesh Live, Maceo Plex, Jackmaster, Alan Fitzpatrick, Derrick May, Pink Holy Days, Razihel.
Kappa Futur Festival can now reveal its full line up with many exciting additions, special stages and even a Red Bull Tour bus. 2014 is the third edition of the festival and will take place from Saturday 5th July to Sunday 6th July, midday to midnight in Parco Dora, Torino, Italy.
As well as vinyl only stages and a special Red Bull Tour Bus stage that will host exciting new talents, so far the names announced for the event include Music On man and Italian techno pin-up Marco Carola, Berghain favourite Len Faki, Italian Minus duo and dark house specialists Tale of Us, modern house champion and Crosstown Rebel artists Maceo Plex plus a special live show from The Bloody Beetroots and a return to the festival for Minus boss, ENTER mastermind and minimal pioneer, Richie Hawtin. As well as this Disclosure also play live, The Martinez Brothers will DJ, as will Alan Fitzpatrick and there will also be sets from Soul Clap, DJ Sneak and Tony Humphries.
But that’s not all, because also playing are Detroit Techno king Derrick May and house badman and FXHE boss Omar S, UK bass innovator and Hinge Finger man Jackmaster plus there will be an appearance from Berlin based Irish man and deep house craftsmen Mano Le Tough. As such it will once again prove to be a veritable treat for true fans of contemporary house and techno in all its forms.
There is also a special Dora stage that was born to promote Parco Dora internationally. Built in parallel to Dora River and the Main Stage, Dora Stage has an exclusive chill out area with a cocktail bar for sponsors, accredited media and VIP ticket holders. Kappa Futur Festival takes place in the heart of Parco Dora: considered the most important post-industrial, green renovation project in Italy, it covers an area of 89.000 square meters right next to Torino’s city centre. The space is dominated by the evocative and awe-inspiring structure of the Stripping hangar, highlighting the Festival’s urban and contemporary soul.
Full event information & Tickets:
Day 1 and Day2 from €30+
Weekend Pass from €45+