Club To Club Torino is an electronic music festival, held in the northern Italian city.
Year on year, it welcomes an eclectic lineup of the most innovative and immersive underground electronic sounds, spanning genres that include techno, house and experimental electronica.
Set across a plethora of venues in Turin, the festival embraces everything from warehouses to theatres and brings digital expression to the forefront of all the performances.
This year, electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk are joined at the top of the bill by Bonobo, Nicolas Jaar and Richie Hawtin, who brings his audiovisual experience CLOSE to the festival for an Italian exclusive.
Kraftwerk – Trans Europe Express (1977)
Kraftwerk – The Man-Machine (1978)
Kraftwerk – Computer World (1981)
Kraftwerk – Techno Pop (1986)
Kraftwerk – The Mix (1991)
Kraftwerk – Tour de France (2003)
Club to Club Torino is set across the city of Turin, Italy. With warehouses, clubs, exhibition spaces and even theatres all being brought alive by an eclectic selection of electronic sounds.
The nearest airport is Turin International Airport (TRN). The airport railway station is located a few metres from the arrivals terminal and it takes around 20 minutes to reach Turin GTT Dora Railway Station in the city centre. This costs just 3€. Tickets are sold at the ticket office (Ricevitoria) at airport arrivals.
Turin is well connected to most major European cities via train.
Access is restricted to people over 16 years of age, valid ID may be required.