The third and final wave of names for what is touted to be the biggest edition of Kappa FuturFestival was recently announced. The massive event that is this year’s edition of the festival will happen at Parco Dora Torino from July 7th to the 8th and will now also feature the likes of DJ Tennis, Body & Soul (François K, Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit), Eats Everything, Eric Prydz, Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed, Sam Paganini, The Martinez Brothers, Adriatique, Fatboy Slim, Jackmaster, Peggy Gou, Ralf, Robert Hood, Seth Troxler, and Stacey Pullen.
The organizers have previously announced the presence of Amelie Lens, Apparat, Kolsch, Hot Since 82, Kink, Larry Heard, Paco Osuna, Pan-Pot, Rodhad and Motor City Drum Ensemble, Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Solomun, Derrick May, Ilario Alicante, Luciano, and Marco Carola, which adds to the star power that will be present in the festival.
Also this year, the inner city site has been expanded with an extra stage to go with a mix of varied hangouts, grassy chillout zones, and a massive selection Italian food and drinks. With over 70,000 square meters, it can accommodate up to 50,000 people. As with previous editions, the festival will employ a cashless payment system and focus on environmentally-aware issues.
The latest names once again mix up Detroit techno heroes with fresh contemporary stars, house greats and lots of party starters. Playing on Saturday will be Life And Death boss DJ Tennis, acclaimed and long running New York-based Body&Soul and Josh Milan, plus Edible head Eats Everything, Eric Prydz, Paradise regulars Patrick Topping and Richy Ahmed, local artist Sam Paganini and the famed New York duo The Martinez Brothers.
Meanwhile on Sunday, Techno duo Adriatique, DJ rockstar Fatboy Slim, the eclectic and Jackmaster, Ninja Tune’s Peggy Gou, plus Detroit techno masters Robert Hood, Seth Troxler and Stacey Pullen.
Kappa FuturFestival promises to be a multinational event with 64 nationalities are represented in those attending Kappa FuturFestival 2018, thus underlining its international standing in the festival community.
Pricing €65 for the Weekend Pass / €45 for the single days. For tickets and more information, visit kappafuturfestivaltickets.com.