Movement Torino Music Festival is all set to transform the city into a party paradise by elevating several locations into contemporary electronic music venues.
This tenth edition of the world famous techno gathering all takes place between October 24th and November 1st and promises five different areas and artists such as Derrick May, Floorplan aka Robert Hood, Kevin Saunderson, Innervisions (Âme DJ, Dixon, Henrik Schwarz Live, Mano Le Tough, Sandrino), Len Faki, Marcel Fengler, Mathew Jonson vs Minilogue, Nina Kraviz, Nastia, Paul Ritch, Tale of Us, The House that Chicago built (Lil Louis, DJ Sneak, Derrick Carter, Marshall Jefferson) and many more.
Movement’s mission is always to collaboration with important cultural institutions such as Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Torino, Politecnico, Museo del Risparmio, Museo Ettore Fico and BasicVillage’s Temporary Museum mean that the program of the festival offers meetings and lectures and make it much more of a 360 degree cultural experience.
Further details of the programme can now be revealed, with Kerri Chandler, Davide Squillace and Virgo Four all added, as well as the news that the Red Bull Music Academy presents a Classical meets Contemporary event on October 27th at Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi starring Elektro Guzzi.
Then there is a workshop on the 29th which discusses the interactions between music and technology, Superego celebrates its birthday on the 30th, and the main show runs from 6pm – 6am with five stages and tens of great acts all lining up on the 31st October before it all closes down on the 1st November with a live show from Virgo Four and a very special guest.