A techno pilgrimage
Kappa FuturFestival is an Italian techno festival, each summer lighting up the north-western city of Turin for a weekend of hard-hitting techno, with a sprinkle of house on top.
Held within the industrial setting of Turin's Parco Dora – a green renovation site where old warehouses, pillars and chimneys are joined by lush, green parkland, this industrial-cum-natural setting provides the perfect backdrop to Kappa FuturFestival's mix of raw and genre-pushing sounds, spun by Detroit legends, Berlin favourites, homegrown heroes and more.
The 2020 lineup will be announced closer to the festival. 2019's edition saw sets from Amelie Lens, Boris Brejcha, Richie Hawtin, Peggy Gou, Charlotte de Witte and more.
Park Dora is a green renovation site in the Italian city of Turin. The site's old warehouses, pillars and chimneys are joined by lush, green parkland, bringing a new lease of life to the site.
Parco Dora (area Valdocco), Turin, 10144, Italy
TO GET TO TURIN
BY PLANE: If you're arriving into Turin Airport, you can easily take bus 3165 into the city centre.
BY TRAIN: Turin has good rail links with the rest of Italy and it's neighbouring countries. You will be able to find direct services into Torino Porta Nuova from other major Italian cities, however other journeys may require a change, or two.
TO GET TO PARCO DORA
You can easily reach Parco Dora by metro lines 3 and 9, or buses 60, 72 and 72b pass right outside the entrance of the park from the city centre.
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