Movement Torino has unveiled its 2016 schedule.

The Italian festival, which is the European cousin of the legendary Movement Detroit event, is set to take place at Lingotto Fiere, Torino on October 31, with a week of warm-up events leading up to it (spread across various other venues).

The final and main day of Movement will be spread across four stages: on the Detroit stage Jeff Mills will spin alongside Derrick May and Steve Rachmad, with a live performance by Phuture. At the Jager Stage, Ben Klock is set to go head to head with Marcel Dettmann, with other performances coming from Sven Väth, Gary Beck, Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg too. The final two stages will feature the likes of Le Loup, Apollonia, Pan-Pot, and KiNK.

In the lead-up to that grand finale, there are a series of parties and workshops scheduled in: opening proceedings on October 22 is Martin Buttrich, followed by a live set by Scuola Holden on October 26, and more parties to be announced.

Movement Torino takes place October 31. For more information and the complete lineup, head to the festival’s site. You can buy tickets here.