FuturFestival was founded in December 2009 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of futurism by organizing "The Most Popular New Year's Eve Party in Italy”. In 2010, FuturFestival collaborated in the production of Torino's official new year’s eve outdoor party presenting Groove Armada, Juliette Lewis and other internationally recognized artists to celebrate the city’s designation as The European Youth Capital. In 2011 FuturFestival presented the Italian exclusive of Bloody Beetroots, with Tommy Lee on drums.


In 2017, KFF registered 26% of admissions from abroad, a new record, counting 62 nationalities among the 45,000 participants. In 2018, the festival area was expanded and a fourth stage was built. The audience grew to 50,000 participants, 35% of whom came from abroad across 87 countries, a new record. The 2019 edition registered 60,000 participants from 102 countries and was awarded The Best International Festival at the DJ Awards. In 2020, the Kappa Futur Tribute digital format registered 665,000 views and a coverage of 1.3 million users. In 2022, the festival extended the program to three days and set a new record with 85,000 participants from 105 countries. In 2023, the festival added a fifth stage and a night program with 13 side events, which will attracted 100,000 participants from 118 countries.


With its Charity Program, Kappa FuturFestival supports the Help Olly Onlus Association to finance scientific and genetic research for rare diseases.

The resources are used for the project that studies Olivia’s fibroblasts through optical and electron microscopy with the goal to identify a biomarker for her condition, known as Infantile Onset Ascending Spastic Paraparesis.

All the information collected through this study will be published and made available to the scientific community, thus contributing to the overall advancement of knowledge and research on rare diseases.

parco dora

The Parco Dora project is the result of an international call for tenders launched in spring 2004; the tender was won by the group led by Peter Latz, author of the post-industrial park in the Ruhr basin, and is composed of Socio Latz+, Studio Pession Associato and Studio Cappato.


Torino is the deepest, most enigmatic and beautiful city, not only in Italy, but in the world. Giorgio de Chirico.
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In June 2012 it evolved into the first Italian daytime summer festival, with the name of Kappa FuturFestival. It was the president of Kappa who suggested Parco Dora as the perfect location for this new format. In 2013, it established itself as the most popular urban electronic music event in Italy and entered the top 5 of European summer festivals.


In 2015, KFF was the first Italian festival to introduce cashless to purchase goods and services through a loyalty card. In January 2016, the New York Times defined it as the unmissable event of the year. The same year, FuturFestival received the patronage of the European Commission, a first time for this sector in Italy.