The Italian festival will take place two weeks earlier this year
Movement Detroit’s European sister festival returns to Torino this October, and it’s safe to say the thousands of attending ravers are in for a treat. Taking place two weeks earlier than previous instalments, Movement will be painting the town with techno on the 12th and 13th October, with a formidable line up of electronic music’s greatest names. Playing host to the event is a venue called Lingotto, which has been compared to a conference centre, come aircraft hangar. Sounds intriguing right?
Divided into different arenas, each stage has their own feel. Some providing an intimate setting and others designed to fit the masses. Whatever your preference, there’s something for everyone with mind-blowing production and sound across the venue.
Aiming to contend with the ever-growing list of techno festivals, Movement haven’t held back with their recent full line up announcement. Huge names such as techno queen Nina Kraviz, the fast rising Belgian superstar Amelie Lens, Berlin legend and BPitch Control label boss Ellen Allien and iconic house music legend Solomun are all joining in on the fun. Fans will also be treated to musical brilliance, in the form of live sets from the likes of KiNK, Jon Hopkins and Francesco Tristano! Movement aren’t finished yet though, as many more names are still yet to be announced for this techno extravaganza.
Early bird tickets available from €55 here.