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Kappa Futur Festival

The Bass Portal team sets out for Kappa Futur Festival

Europe’s award-winning electronic music festival, Kappa  FuturFestival, proudly reveal their third and final phase lineup for its  biggest ever edition, taking place Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd July 2022 at  the famous Parco Dora in Torino, Italy and we will be there!



Concluding the festival’s 9th edition lineup, comprising of the world’s finest  DJs and live performers, we can now confirm Belgium’s Farrago and Milo  Spykers going back-to-back on the Friday and joining the Ugandan  collective NYEGE NYEGE stage are HHY & The Kampala Unit,  Kabeaushé, Jay Mitta & Anti Vairas, Menzi and Turkana. 

On the Saturday additions include acclaimed French DJ/producer Agoria and Detroit techno legend Carl Craig who presents his dancefloor-slanted  Paperclip People live – a fusion of tweaked acid-dub and house not to be  missed. There’s also sets from French DJ Chloé Caillet, DJ Mag’s Best of  British award-winning Denis Sulta, America’s Honey Dijon and the  illustrious Italian duo Tale Of Us.

Finally joining the closing day on Sunday 3rd are Amsterdam duo ANOTR,  one of Greece’s leading underground heroes Detlef, Australia’s Fisher,  plus Solid Grooves head honcho Michael Bibi B2B with Seth Troxler, Chile’s Paula Tape and Solardo all locked in for unforgettable DJs  performances.   

These latest additions follow a whole host of acts previously confirmed  and completes an unbeatable lineup which already boasts; Day 1’s Belgium’s sought-after selector Amelie Lens, Swiss DJ Andrea Oliva,  Germany’s acclaimed Ben Böhmer (playing live), heavyweight DJ Boris  Brejcha, Dutch born Ibiza-based Chelina Manuhutu, and the hugely  acclaimed FOUR TET making his KappaFutur debut. Elsewhere there’s  Germany’s FJAAK live, I Hate Models, Chicago house DJ John Summit, another set from Michael Bibi and South Korea’s one and only Peggy  Gou. PlusBeatport-topping Reinier Zonneveld playing live, London based Syreeta and Spanish DJ -Wade.  

Already confirmed for Day 2: The Blessed Madonna, UK house  heroes CamelPhat, plus returns from Craig Richards and US-based  house DJ Derrick Carter. Making his festival debut the illustrious US  genre-hopping DIPLO with his only Italian date this year - whilst the  influential UK DJ/producer Jamie Jones returns with an exclusive Back to-Back session with house duo The Martinez Brothers. There’s also  Belgium’s Joyhauser, Berlin techno duo Pan-Pot, the pioneering  Chilean-born DJ/producer Ricardo Villalobos, Japan’s techno mainstay  Satoshi Tomiie live, sought-after Bosnian-German selector Solomun,  Switzerland’s Sonja Moonear and Youniverse. 

And finally for Day 3:Holland’s Rush Hour Music cofounder Antal, US based house DJ Bedouin, Italy’s Blackchild, the undisputed king of  techno and festival favourite Carl Cox returns and the influential American  electro group Cybotron fronted by Detroit techno maverick Juan Atkins –  will be flying in to present their highly-praised immersive audio-visual live  show for the first time. Plus Mathew Jonson will be serving up a must see live performance featuring Xx ISIS xX, along with sets from Motor  City Drum Ensemble’s Danilo Plessow, Italy’s Enrico Sangiuliano, American legendary house hero Danny Tenaglia, Spain’s Dennis Cruz and Germany’s Helena Hauff. Plus revered Italian native Joseph  Capriati returns to the KappaFutur stage as does Monika Kruse and  Spanish spinner Paco Osuna, London’s PAWSA and Amsterdam’s  Young Marco.


The world-renowned electronic music and digital arts festival’s 9th edition  will now run across Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July returning to the famous Parco Dora in central Turin. The festival’s last  edition in 2019 was a record-breaking success - selling out both days  (over 50, 000 tickets) and bringing together over 100 different nations of  passionate house and techno lovers to enjoy the world’s best DJs. As a  testament to the festival’s continual growth and global appeal, Kappa  FuturFestival also won the coveted ‘Best International Festival’ award at  that year’s DJ Awards joining a prestigious list of previous winners such  as Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, Sónar Music Festival, Creamfields  and Awakenings. 

Also, as with all previous years, Kappa FuturFestival will continue to  push the envelope in regards to festival technology and customer  experience - an area which has seen them twice received the European  Commission Patronage, the first for this kind of event in Italy – and will be  bringing back its pioneering Art & Techno VIP experience (the ultimate  weekend of luxury for art and techno lovers) for the second time alongside  its innovative cashless payment scheme, plus festival-goers have the  chance to benefit from great deals on Ticket+Hotel packages due to  KFF’s bond with the local hospitality network.


Beast Jane