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Movement Torino has finalised its plans for a spectacular 12th edition, which takes place between 28th – 31st October.

The European counterpart of the influential Movement Detroit, this year for the first time expands to not one but two huge events at Lingotto on Saturday October 28th and Tuesday 31st, with a series of events and workshops in the days before and after.

On top of the names already announced in Jeff Mills, Apollonia, Len Faki, Derrick May, Octave One and a world exclusive six-deck show from Ben Sims and DVS1, they just announced Denis Sulta, Kerri Chandler, Emmanuel Top, Modeselektor (DJ Set), Robert Hood, SBTRKT (DJ Set), Tycho (live), Rødhad, Raffaele Attanasio, San Proper and Marcel Fengler are all added to the bill.

In the lead up, there will be a series of parties, cultural events and workshops at Politecnico di Torino; and a Sound Journey at Turin Airport, where Movement will provide the soundtrack to the outbound passengers.

On the 29th, there will be a club show at Big Club with Rødhad, on the 30th party at Milk Club with San Proper, then the main show again has four stages of carefully curated music on 31st, with a Morning Party at Audiodrome Live Club the day after for those who still have the energy.

If you fancy attending we’ve got some tickets up for grabs in our Competition!

Lingotto Lineups by Day

SATURDAY 28th h 20.00 – 6.00
PAD1: Jeff Mills, Luigi Madonna, Monika Kruse, Recondite
PAD3: Apollonia (Dan Ghenacia, Shonky, Dyed Soundorom), Luca Agnelli, Luciano, Nic Fanciulli, Tycho (live)
PAD2: Emmanuel Top, Marcel Fengler, Raffaele Attanasio, Robert Hood
YELLOW ROOM: Denis Sulta, Kerri Chandler, Lil’ Louis, Patrick Topping

TUESDAY 31st h 18.00 – 6.00
PAD1: Cobblestone Jazz (live), Davide Squillace, Marco Faraone, Modeselektor (DJ set), Nicole Moudaber, SBTRKT (DJ set)
PAD3: Chris Liebing, Len Faki, Nastia, Sam Paganini, Sven Väth
PAD2: Ben Sims vs DVS1 (6 Decks 2017 World Exclusive), Derrick May, Octave One (live), Mike Huckaby
YELLOW ROOM: Janina, RPR Sound (Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu, Raresh), Sonja Moonear

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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