Road to Terraforma 2022

Experimental and sustainable music festival, July 1-2-3, Villa Arconati

Terraforma, the international music festival dedicated to artistic experimentation and environmental sustainability, returns after two years to finally announce its seventh edition to be held the 1-2-3 July 2022 in the same iconic location in the woodlands of Villa Arconati just outside Milan.

Terraforma unveils the next wave of artists for its 7th edition: AmnesiaScanner, Common People (Lorenzo Senni), Higher Intelligence Agency, PLO Man, DJ Red, and Mark Ernestus’ Ndagga Rhythm Force next to Autechre, Lafawndah, Crystallmess, DJ Nigga Fox, Voices from the Lake, DJ Marcelle, MC Yallah & Debmaster, MOIN, NR/MA, Teto Preto, Donato Dozzy, Paquita Gordon. 

Over the years Terraforma has always been involved in many sustainable and intellectual initiatives and putting a special focus on the theme, it was guiding the artwork as well as the subject or hosts for lectures and workshops. However, this year they take a new approach and will host no talks, no panels, no screenings, no lectures, and no workshops. This might come as a bold statement from the festival, yet the reason for this is simple. Since the pandemic, while all festivals were forced to shut down, Terraforma never stopped working on their vision.

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