Featured image credit: DGTL Tel Aviv
We are at the very end of September and in case you still haven’t planned you festival destinations for October here are our suggestions for festivals in Europe you should visit next month.
DGTL Tel Aviv
When: October 5th 2017
Where: Tel Aviv, Israel
Who to see: Marcel Dettmann, Roman Flugel, Yotan Anvi, Red Axes
DGTL takes festival goers on an adventure through music, art and production. The note-perfect blend of heavyweight artists and thriving talents will fulfill everybody’s musical wishes. DGTL is always on the lookout for the latest technological innovations and exciting advances to create an unforgettable festival experience. And the brend is making a sustainable impact on the global festival landscape.
When: October 8-15 2017
Where: Kraków, Poland
Who to see: Nina Kraviz, Lena Willikens, Ben Frost, Wolf Müller & Niklas Wandt
2017 marks the 15th edition of Unsound. Festival known for themes like Horror, Future Shock and The End this year brings something more prescient. This year’s theme is multi-faceted, reflecting darkness and light, growth and decay, ecological vulnerability and resourceful regeneration – Flower Power.
When: October 14th 2017
Where: Lyon, France
Who to see: Ben Klock, Len Faki, Antigone, Ame
Hypnotik will be held in Lyon and this year the festival will run a day on impressive number of stages, including Mobilee.
When: October 13-15 2017
Where: Essaouira, Morocco
Who to see: DJ Tennis, Magda, Mind Against, Bella Saris, Ron Morelli
MOGA Festival is all set to return for a second edition from October 13th -15th in the stunning setting of Essaouira in Morocco, the filming location of Astapor and the Red City in the Game of Thrones TV series.
When: October 28-31 2017
Where: Torino, Italy
Who to see: Monika Kruse, Jeff Mills, Ben Sims, DVS1, Robert Hood, Marcel Fengler
Movement Torino is the European counterpart of the influential Movement Detroit.This year, for the first time the festival comprises 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.