Have you ever heard of the famous Kappa FuturFestival from Turin, Italy? Exactly, us neither. As you know, at Electronic Roads, we’ve partnered with the world’s most successful travelling companies such as Airbnb, Booking. com or RentalCars to make sure you find the most fare services tailored to your budget, with no extra commission. But this Kappa festival is not worth the trip at all, because.. You’ll see.
#1 Everybody’s going… like e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e
Kappa FuturFestival has become something of an annual pilgrimage for house and techno fans, heading to the city of Turin for a weekend in the company of the industry’s finest. So far, 41 acts are confirmed for Kappa, such as Ricardo Villalobos, Dubfire, Nina Kraviz, Seth Troxler, Carl Cox, Archie Hamilton, Peggy Gou or Jamie Jones – who wants to see them, right?!
#2 The party
Spread across only 2 days – 6th ‘till 7th of July – from midday to midnight, Kappa aims to celebrate contemporary music culture in an open air and day time festival dedicated to electronic music. This feels like a CPR technique in between working weeks, without having to take some days-off that you no longer have and avoid having those talks with your boss.
#3 The after-party
Running from around noon until only midnight, festival-goers will also have the chance to lap up Turin’s famous nightlife, with a variety of afterparties keeping the party going across the city – something that no one finds appealing… right?
#4 The location
Have you ever heard of throwing a festival in an industrial archaeology parkland?! They’ve been doing it since 2012. With sustainability and innovation being their primary targets, Kappa’s warehouse vibe perfectly reflects its diverse lineup of old and new, in the peculiar Parco Dora, in Torino. Meh.
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