Caprices Festival Reveals Full Lineup for 21st Edition in 2024
Following the unprecedented success of its 20th edition in 2023, Caprices Festival is poised to embark on its next decade with a captivating mountaintop festival spanning two enchanting weekends.
Over the course of the past two decades, Caprices has solidified its reputation as both a world-class music festival and dreamlike travel escapade. It has not only revitalized Crans-Montana as a sought-after destination for enthusiasts of music, sports and culture but has also become synonymous with top-tier musical performances.
Scheduled for March 29-31 and April 5-7, the 2024 edition promises brand-new stages, a slew of afterparties and enhanced production. Nestled in Switzerland's picturesque Crans-Montana resort in in the Alps, these unmissable fests will offer a blend of state-of-the-art production, breathtaking scenery and a plethora of winter sports—all accompanied by a thoughtfully curated lineup of trendsetting DJs and live acts.
The initial lineup for Caprices 2024 boasts a stellar roster of international tastemakers. The first weekend will feature performances by Sven Väth, Honey Dijon, ARTBAT, Carlita, Damian Lazarus, Seth Troxler, WhoMadeWho and many others. The second weekend promises sets by CamelPhat, Marco Carola and 999999999, among others. Additionally, Väth's Cocoon Recordings will host their own stage in celebration of the label's 25th anniversary.
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The 2024 edition will receive a fresh production overhaul, promising an even more impressive showcase of audiovisuals and captivating art installations. Particularly noteworthy is the internationally acclaimed Modernity Stage, which features a sky theme and is positioned within a glasshouse at an elevation of 2,200 meters in the Swiss Alps. It will extend its Sunday schedule this year and attendees are encouraged to plan their stays until late on Monday to fully immerse themselves in the post-festival celebrations.
The Club Stage, an adjacent concrete platform to the Modernity Stage, boasts a glass wall overlooking the Alps to provide a stunning backdrop for performances by emerging talents from around the globe. Following suit is the Forest Stage, which is themed around the Earth's surface with a 2000-capacity that transports revelers deep into an alpine woodland setting. Meanwhile, Caprices is set to introduce the all-new Cube Stage dedicated to underground sounds.
You can find out more and purchases to Caprices Festival 2024 here.