Mix Mag | Dave Turner
Movement Torino, the European cousin of Movement Detroit, has announced its week-long schedule.
Included on the line-up are Pan-Pot, KiNK (live), Sven Väth, Adam Beyer, Apollonia (pictured) and Ben Klock back-to-back Marcel Dettmann. Representing Detroit is Steve Rachmad, Derrick May and Jeff Mills. The house side of things will be taken care of by Le Loup and Chris Carrier among others.
In the run-up to the festival, there will be numerous workshops and parties kicking off on October 22, a live set from Scuola Holden on October 26 and a Movement Culture – Workshop on October 28.
The techno event is spread across four stages (the Kappa Stage, Jager Stage, Detroit Stage and Yellow Room) in huge ex-factory halls decked out with powerhouse soundsystems and themed with futuristic innovative styles.
The event also received a European Commission patronage (support from the EU).
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