Sicily's Opera festival reveals final line-up including Jossy Mitsu, Roza Terenzi and Soichi Terada
The four-day festival will bring a hefty bag of electronic acts to the foot of Mt Etna
Opera festival has just announced its final line-up — with Jossy Mitsu, Soichi Terada, Roza Terenzi, Louise Chen, and many more heading to Sicily next week.
The multi-venue festival will be taking place all over the town of Milo, at the foot of Mt Etna from August 17-21.
The line-up includes a mixture of local and international talent, from across the spectrum of electronic music.
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Mykki Blanco, Alina Pash,Louise Chen, Soichi Terada, Blatta, Brain de Palma, So-Fi, Roza Terenzi and many more will be heading up the global roster.
While Cucina Provera, Castimigatti, Ayce Bio, Fabio Della Torre, Giammarco Orsini and Andrea Belfi among others will be representing homegrown talent.
Venues will include Teatro Luico Dalla, the Ballroom, the mountainside Punto Base 13, an ancient mill that will focus on Italian acts, and even a vineyard during sunrise for an "Etna Morning."
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Opera will also return to the Ilice di Carrinu for a special set on Thursday, the Ilice di Carrinu is the oldest tree on Mount Etna, and is thought to be 700 years old. The set will be played by a "special guest."
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