With over 85,000 tickets sold across the three-day event and Saturday and Sunday both selling out, the electronic music festival in Parco Dora brought techno and house lovers from all over the world, with over 105 different nations in attendance this year with temperatures that reached over 37 degrees on Sunday.
The festival welcomed the DJs across its 4 stages, with sets from Amelie Lens; Carl Cox, Craig Richards, Derrick Carter, Diplo, Honey Dijon, Jamie Jones, Peggy Gou, The Blessed Madonna, Seth Troxler and so many more.
Furthermore, Kappa FuturFestival continued with festival technology and customer experience and has twice received the European Commission Patronage, the first for this kind of event in Italy. Embracing Torino’s art scene, they brought back their VIP experience – Art & Techno – a weekend of luxury for art and techno lovers, with private guided tours of the city’s art galleries and museums.
With displays on site from Italian photographer Oliviero Toscani and pop-up gallery from digital art platform Blackdove. The festival launched its Festival App, with Cashless Program advanced in the form of a wristband and their TrashED Recycling Store program – with over 80k glasses and plastic bottles collected by the crowd.