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Movement Torino announces the full line-up for its 14th edition

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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.

Movement Torino’s returns to the cavernous Lingotto on October 31st with over 15,000 people expected. 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.  

The mammoth main event you can expect heavyweight sets from Jamie Jones x Joseph Capriati. Also unmissable solo sets from Belgium’s in-demand selector Amelie Lens, Dennis Cruz and Eddy M, Denmark’s Anastasia Kristensen, DJ Bone, ANOTR, PAWSA and man of the moment, Michael Bibi.

Encompassing the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and Halloween into one, Movement Festival is 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. 

Movement Festival is an essential event in any techno lover’s calendar.

OCTOBER 31st 2019 @ LINGOTTO FIERE
TICKETS HERE

AMELIE LENS

ANASTASIA KRISTENSEN
ANOTR
DENNIS CRUZ
DJ BONE
EDDY M
JAMIE JONES B2B JOSEPH CAPRIATI
MICHAEL BIBI
PAWSA

NOVEMBER 1st 2019 @ MILK CLUB
Brina Knauss

Magit Cacoon

NOVEMBER 2nd 2019 @ AUDIODROME LIVE CLUB
TICKETS HERE

Derrick May
D-Wynn

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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