Caprices Festival confirms second edition of Metafest

With Black Coffee, Sven Väth, and more.

Photo Credit: Caprices Festival / Facebook

Switzerland’s Caprices Festival is coming in hot for its 20th-anniversary edition as the brand returns to the mountains of Crans-Montana across the two weekends of April 7-9th and April 14-16th, 2023.

For this special edition, the Caprices Festival organizers have confirmed musical performances by Agoria presents One Life Two Bodies, Claptone, Dubfire presents Evolv, Bedouin, Osunlade, Satori (live), TSHA, Peredel, Andhim, Anfisa Letyago, Tripmastaz, Yulia Niko, Djaax, Jamie XX, Fatboy Slim, Black Coffee, ARTBAT, DJ Tennis, Jeff Mills, Zip, Loco Dice b2b Seth Troxler, Luciano b2b Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Arapu b2b Gescu, Archie Hamilton, Raresh, Sonja Moonear, and many more.

In addition, Caprices Festival has confirmed the return of its Metafest. Held in collaboration with Swissborg, Caprices’ Metafest explores the future of art and entertainment through the lens of Web3, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, and Community Management. Attendees can delve into the world of cutting-edge technology with renowned speakers from various fields, sharing their insights and experiences in the creative world. The conference will take place in a dedicated space equipped with state-of-the-art technology, providing an immersive and interactive experience for attendees.

Switzerland’s breathtaking Crans-Montana resort will host the Caprices Festival, providing an unreal backdrop to what is a unique experience with its mix of world-class music, cutting-edge audio-visual technology, luxury gastronomy, an eco-museum, mountain activities, spa and wellness centers, and over 100km of snowy paradise and a snow park for skiers and snowboarders to explore.

Tickets for Caprices Festival are on sale now. Learn more about Caprices Festival and Metafest, and purchase your tickets here.

Author: Axel Bray
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