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Giò Brunetti

Giò Brunetti first put on his headphones professionally between the late 1980s and the early 1990s, starting his career in a network of small venues that have woven, with their precious intimate formula, the history of Italian clubbing. He is among the pioneers of a movement that has established the Italian club-ecosystem as a circuit with a resonance that extends beyond national borders and continues to do so. Over time Gio Brunetti’s name has gained prominence in the world of house and beyond, with a cultural and educational background that spans from acid jazz to the latest mainstream sounds, including reggae, pop, and soul. His strong personality defines a career that has rightfully earned an increasingly significant position in the Italian and international scene. One of his most acclaimed European performances was in 2011: a live set at the Ministry of Sound in London.


The after show at Arena Santa Giuliana will take place on the Lancia Stage and will be accessible for free after the main stage concerts.

  • Arena Santa Giuliana
  • Lancia Stage
  • Free entry after main stage