Europe’s award-winning electronic music festival, Kappa FuturFestival, proudly reveal their third and final phase lineup for its biggest ever edition, taking place Saturday 4th – Sunday 5th July 2020 at the famous Parco Dora in Torino, Italy.
Concluding the festival’s 9th edition lineup, comprising of the world’s finest DJs and live performers, we can now confirm the pioneering Chilean-born DJ/producer Ricardo Villalobos will be joining the party once again and performing alongside fellow heavyweight DJs such as the legendary French visionary Laurent Garnier, the sought-after Bosnian-German selector Solomun, illustrious Italian duo Tale of Us and UK house heroes CamelPhat who’ll be making their festival debut.
In addition, the influential American electro group Cybotron – fronted by Detroit techno maverick Juan Atkins – will be flying in to present their highly-praised immersive audio-visual live show for the first time alongside Mathew Jonson who’ll also be serving up a must-see live performance featuring Isis. On top of this, the UK’s Craig Richards, Richy Ahmed, Mella Dee and Solardo, Germany’s Palms Trax, Australia’s Fisher and Lauren Hansom, America’s Honey Dijon, Holland’s Rush Hour Music cofounder Antal, Belgium duo Joyhauser, Switzerland’s Sonja Moonear and Italy’s Leon are all locked in for unforgettable DJs performances.
These 19 new additions follow a whole host of acts already confirmed and completes an unbeatable lineup which already boasts; the renowned US-based genre-hopping DJ/producer Diplo, the undisputed king of techno Carl Cox, Detroit’s techno master Derrick May, Carl Craig presenting Paperclip People live, Belgium’s Amelie Lens, Farrago and Milo Spykers, Italy’s Joseph Capriati, Enrico Sangiuliano, Blackchild, the UK’s Jamie Jones playing back-to-back with The Martinez Brothers plus solo sets from Patrick Topping, Detlef and Denis Sulta, US-based house DJs Derrick Carter, Danny Tenaglia, The Black Madonna and Bedouin, Spanish spinner Paco Osuna, Japan’s Satoshi Tomiie, France’s Agoria, Germany’s Motor City Drum Ensemble, Holland’s ANOTR and a trio of Solid Grooves’ leading DJs including head honcho Michael Bibi, Spain’s Dennis Cruz and the UK-based PAWSA.
Furthermore, the iconic Parco Dora festival site serves as a perfect industrial inner-city environment with varied hangouts, DJs between the trees and plenty of Italian food and drink. Also, as with all previous years, Kappa FuturFestival will continue to push the envelope in regards to festival technology and customer experience – an area which has seen them twice received the European Commission Patronage, the first for this kind of event in Italy – and have brought back its pioneering Art & Techno VIP experience (the ultimate weekend of luxury for art and techno lovers) for its second year alongside its innovative cashless payment scheme, plus festival-goers have the chance to benefit from great deals on Ticket+Hotel packages due to KFF’s bond with the local hospitality network (for more information please click here).