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TRAFFIC: Torino Free Festival

TRAFFIC: Torino Free Festival

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11/16 July 2006
6 days of free events

The festival is a living creature and therefore grows and matures. From the last appointment of the Traffic Anticipation on the 11th July until Sunday 16th’s conclusive party, six days brought to life by dozens of events diverse among themselves: concerts, DJ sets, film show, literary readinfs, art exhibitions happenings and much more. The only rule is that everything is utterly free, making Traffic the only Italian free festival.

The main stage’s special events take the lion’s share: the musicl circus that gravitates around Manu Chao, the scottish evening is centred on Franz Ferdinand and the cultural twinning of Turin and New York is symobolised the Strokes and developed in the film section presented by the film director Guido Chiesa and also in the themed exhibitions in some of the city’s art galleries. So it’s not just music, then...Starting with the Word Jockeys show, this year more international than ever – Joe R. Lansdale, Patrick McGrath, Joseph O'Connor – and has therefore been welcomed into the Turin World Book Capital with Rome progamme. There is still more: the Indie/genes strand, which means to showcase our independent artists and also dislocated – as is the inaugarating evening with Richard Hawley and Baustelle – to the Royal Gardens, the headquarters of the Traffic Village, and the nightclubbing events at the Murazzi. If the festival at the beginning was national and in 2005 made waves abroad, this year our gamble is to make both the quality of the event increase and to also at the same time increase the quantity of people to which the event is offered. It is in function of this growth that Traffic opens a public and free subscription, inviting the spectators to support the festival with a simple phone call of the value of € 2.50 gross to the number 89204099, and thereby lessen the economic weight on the local organisations, commited to following a policy of rigour regarding public expense.

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do u know who else is playing at free traffic this year??

Posted by: grainne at 19.06.2007 02:18 PM



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