01 October 2019
Movement Torino Confirms Full Lineup For Its 14th Edition!
The Festival Will Take Place Been 31st October – 2nd November. Featuring Artists: Amelie Lens, Anastasia Kristensen, DJ Bone, Derrick May, D-Wynn, Brina Knauss and Magit Cacoon Plus Many More!
With Movement Torino set to return October 31 – 2nd November, the iconic electronic music festival can now confirm the full line-up for its 14th edition.
Following Movement Torino’s already confirmed main event at the cavernous Lingotto on October 31st, the festival can now reveal its full line-up featuring some of the world’s finest techno DJs. Adding to the bill, Movement will host an all-female second night on November 1st at Milk Club that includes sets from Slovenian breakthrough artist Brina Knauss and esteemed Israeli DJ, producer and vocalist, Magit Cacoon. Closing proceedings on November 2nd, Movement takes the stage to the Audiodrome Live Club where there will be two iconic sets from Detroit legends D-Wynn, and the founding father of Techno himself, Derrick May.
Of course, already headlining these additional two dates is the mammoth main event. The anticipated sets include: An exclusive back-to-back session from DJ heavyweights Jamie Jones b2b Joseph Capriati, plus unmissable solo sets from the likes of Belgium’s in demand selector Amelie Lens, revered Spanish spinners Dennis Cruz and Eddy M, Denmark’s Anastasia Kristensen, America’s DJ Bone, Holland’s ANOTR, and the UK’s PAWSA and Michael Bibi.
Following its sister festival in Detroit, this year Movement Torino are proud to combine their eclectic music programme with the city’s celebrated history of art. The main event is centred amidst a week of festivities parallel to leading international contemporary art fair ARTISSIMA, taking place from October 28 to November 2. This covers a whole host of activities including ‘Politechno’ – a series of lectures at the ; a variety of post-festival club nights and a private event at Torino Airport Departures Lounge. These bonus activities will be detailed further in the forthcoming cultural programme – coming soon.
Encompassing the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and Halloween into one, Movement Festival are taking you to out of space with this year’s space travel theme, expect an intergalactic affair with out of this world lighting and stage production set to take you on a wholly immersive experience.
Once again, the main event venue is Lingotto, a vast building that’s like a conference centre-come-aircraft hangar. It’s divided into different arenas that range from huge to more intimate. Each one is transformed with stunning production; LED screens and lights all add extra dimensions to the music which booms from huge speaker stacks that are more than sufficient to saturate the space with sound. The second night will be hosted at the post-industrial Milk Club whilst the closing event is at the iconic Audiodrome Live Club.
Over 15,000 people attend Movement each year and come from all over the UK, Spain, Germany and the rest of Europe. The festival boasts a cashless payment system, all with a focus on environmentalism, whereby users can benefit from prizes and free credit in return.
Movement Festival is an essential event in any techno lover’s calendar.
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