07 April 2017
6AM – Kappa FuturFestival Releases Full Lineup with The Black Madonna, Masters At Work, Fat Boy Slim, Âme, Dixon
The lineup for KappaFutur 2017 just continues to keep on getting stronger, with another wave of great names announced for Saturday July 8th and Sunday July 9th.
The globally acclaimed festival takes place at Parco Dora in Turin and brings together thousands of real techno and house lovers and the best DJs and live acts in the world. With its varied hangouts, DJs between the trees and lashings of Italian food and drink, this unmissable festival plays out in massive hangars and industrial spaces in the heart of Torino. It is a real mass communion where techno lovers unite. It is no wonder why we previously stated that this one is an experience literally worth flying to from anywhere in Europe or even beyond!
The latest wave of names to be announced include American house legends Boo Williams, Glenn Underground and Masters At Workwho will be playing their own Burn Stage on Saturday, which is dedicated to house. The same stage on Sunday will be given over to New York’s legendary and long running party Body & Soul and its main men Francois Kevorkian, Danny Krivit and Joe Claussell who will serve up some sizzling and organic soulful house music.
Elsewhere the likes of the main Jägermeister Stage will feature Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim on Saturday and Paul Kalkbrenner and Sven Väth on Sunday, while the special stage in the trees, Dora Stage, will see the one and only The Black Madonna headline with Jackmaster, Kolsch and Seth Troxler b2b The Martinez Brothers on Saturday, plus a live set from Ame and associates Dixon and Mano Le Tough on Sunday.
Already announced are the likes of Jamie Jones, Nina Kraviz, Tale of Us, Joseph Capriati, Sasha & John Digweed and many more, so 2017 is shaping up to be a vintage year.
The festival’s’ unique Cashless technology will ensure a smooth payment process for the crowd, making sure no time is wasted in the queues. Once again KFF received the prestigious European Commission patronage and has achieved the M.O.N.I.C.A. – Internet of things award as part of the Horizon 2020 project, demonstrating an innovative approach towards the industry, with the intent of tightening the bonds with institutions.
Finally, the Festival has renewed the partnership with proud sponsors Jägermeister and Burn, and have closed a deal with Pioneer DJ as technical equipment partner so that they will provide all the gear for the 2017 edition.
By Marco Sgalbazzini
Original article here.