C2C announces Flying Lotus, Caroline Polachek, and Yves Tumor for 2023 festival
The first names on the bill are set to play across the weekend of November 2 - 5
Club To Club (C2C) has announced its initial wave of acts lined up to play this year’s festival, taking place from November 2 - 5 in Turin, Italy.
Spanning techno to shoegaze and beyond, C2C’s first wave of acts includes the likes of Caroline Polachek, Flying Lotus, King Krule, Overmono, Space Afrika, Yves Tumor, and Nick León.
C2C has also tapped Sangre Nueva - made up of DJ Python, Florentino, and Kelman Duran - for their Italian debut, set to perform and exclusive set during the festival.
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Last year, C2C turned 20 and celebrated with a redesign of the festival’s logo, and welcomed acts including Arca, Autechre, and Jamie xx to perform at its birthday edition.
For its 21st edition, Club To Club will be held during Turin’s annual Contemporary Art Week, with this year’s theme ‘The World’ contributing to the booking of acts and look of 2023’s event.
Branding itself as a purveyor of ‘avant-pop’ music and its evolutions, C2C has championed worldwide talent over its two-decade history. In 2022, the festival saw an enormous turnout of 35,000 over the course of four days from 40 countries across the globe.
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This year, C2C will take place across multiple locations in Turin, including the Officine Grandi Riparazioni (OGR) and the Lingotto.
Further acts will be added to the festival line-up over the coming weeks. C2C hints that the forthcoming additions will include artists in genres such as “avant pop, R&B, electronic, rock, experimental, rap, jazz, and post-punk”.
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