STREET FOOD FESTIVAL IN CAORLE 2019: IN THE CAST, ALSO STEVE AOKI, GIGI D’AGOSTINO, ALBERTINO WITH THE DEEJAY TIME STAFF, MAMACITA AND THE DARK POLO GANG
From August 13th to 18th the third edition of the “Street Food Festival” (or “Boutique Festival”) will be staged in Caorle (VE), Piazza Olimpia, with a cast that is truly exceptional.
From Steve Aoki to the Dark polo Gang, passing through Gigi D’Agostino, MamboLosco, Albertino, Molella and the Deejay Deejay Time team.
Nearly one hundred artists, shows, performances, playgrounds for the little ones and about eighty food trucks from all over the world, on an area that covers over 45 thousand square meters
Now in its third edition, the “Boutique Festival” has grown so much since its debut that today it is considered one of the most important events on the Italian scene, thanks also to its formula that mixes excellent services with musical and gastronomic quality for all ages. A sort of wellness and entertainment village by the sea, complete with camping, which year after year attracts thousands of tourists, both Italian and foreign, who visit the Venetian seaside resort on the occasion.
This year the level has risen further and this is demonstrated by the artistic cast, the electro house world star, Steve Aoki stands out among all. With him other exceptional names such as Gigi D’Agostino, the Dark Polo Gang, Salvatore Ganacci, Albertino with the complete Deejay Time, to name just a few of the almost one hundred artists invited.
It is not enough. The main stage will in itself be an effective visual work with a triumph of led walls, the secondary stage called “La Calle” will host the best of Latin music, while in a van the DJ console will be installed for those who want to dance up late at night.
Let’s take a closer look at the protagonists of this “Boutique Festival”, destined to be talked about for the ability to combine great live shows with exceptional quality food.
Tuesday 13 August will be the format of the Deejay Time by Albertino, Fargetta, Molella and Prezioso to open the doors of fun. The most famous “made in Italy” DJs will be gathered together on the stage of the 2019 Street Food Festival to bring the most influential radio program ever, a format that for more than 35 years has lit up the dance floors.
Wednesday, August 14th will be the console of Salvatore Ganacci to unleash everyone thanks to his famous shows. The Bosnian disc jockey and record producer with Swedish citizenship, he performed at the Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland where, in the last edition, he was the protagonist, by all accounts, of the most epic show ever. On the same day, Edmmaro will also arrive, that is, the “provocateur of the EDM”. The young dj and producer masked by the still mysterious identity, makes a great use of irony and self-irony, creating fun, originality and pure energy. Guaranteed fun.
Thursday 15 August will be the American star Steve Aoki to dominate Piazzale Olimpia. The 1977 producer and DJ, twice Grammy nominated, is one of the most successful electro house artists. Multiple publications, prestigious awards, billions of streaming of his music and videos and innovative multi-platform projects. Aoki is a visionary, in 1996 he founded Dim Mak Records, the trendy record label that was the launching platform for global artists such as The Chainsmokers, Bloc Party, The Bloody Beetroots, The Gossip and The Kills. In 2014, Dim Mak presented its 500th release, followed by its 20th anniversary in 2016. Last year Aoki released its fifth studio album “Neon Future III”, which is taking it to the most prestigious international stages with the new mega world tour. After Tomorrowland, the star of the console is ready to land in Caorle with a performance even more hot and crazy, with lots of cakes being launched to the public, a must.
Friday 16th August, it will be the turn of the Dark Polo Gang, the most irreverent collective trap in circulation. Born in Rome in 2014, he is currently composed of Dark Wayne / Wayne Santana (Umberto Violo), Tony Effe (Nicolò Rapisarda) and Dark Pyrex / Prynce Pyrex (Dylan Thomas Cerulli). Last September the DPG published “Trap Lovers”, which in a few days has climbed the Italian charts of the best-selling records and, last May, the repack, “Trap Lovers Reloaded”, which contains the summer single “Sex On The Beach “.
On the same day, to ignite the stage of the 2019 Street Festival, Beba Ounce, the young Turin rapper who attests to the female talent in a field, that of the rap-trap, usually dominated by men, will also think about it. With over 300 thousand followers on his Instagram profile, Beba has started to make its own way recently, but is gaining more and more acclaim among the public and members of Italian discography, so much so that in the latest edition of the Nameless Music Festival, it has literally impressed everyone in style and flow.
Then another talented rapper, MamboLosco, will go on the same stage. Pseudonym of William Miller Hickman III, is an Italian rapper, originally from Vicenza. Born to an American father (US Army military) and Italian mother, he is a member of the Sugo Gang collective. In 2017 he released his first singles, including “Cristiano Romambo part 1” realized with Lama, “Mille Giri”, in collaboration with Lil Lagio, and “Guarda come flexo” which was a huge success, obtaining Platinum certification from the FIMI / GfK. In the same year he joined the Triplosette Entertainment label, beginning to establish himself in the new scene. To enhance the fun with a wave of authentic urban will finally arrive Wad & Val S, with the famous traveling format “One Two One Two”. One Two One Two “is the historic hip hop broadcast of Radio Deejay, born in the mid-90s with Albertino.
Saturday 17th August will be the turn of the Mamacita, the number one brand of Hip Hop, Reggaeton and R&B entertainment, to conquer the people of the 2019 Street Festival, thanks to its explosive team formed by Max Brigante and Andrea Pellizzari, with the wild vocalists Tormento and Didy.

Gigi D’Agostino, the visual effects effects wizard, will greet this great edition in a spectacular way. The disc jockey and record producer symbol of dance music since 1986 with over 47 albums released, released the new EP “Gigi’s Time” at the beginning of this year. In addition to his sound, what distinguishes him is also his performances of strong visual and emotional impact, which include pyrotechnic evolutions, the launch of over 100 kg of confetti and other surprising visual effects.
Also on August 18th, “super hero” Thorn and Matteo Botteghi will go on stage. At the mixer, Botteghi is one of the most active DJs and producers on the Italian clubbing scene. From 2012 to today he has divided the console with international Top Djs such as David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dj David Morales, Don Diablo, to name just a few; besides having been the absolute protagonist on the main stage of the Nameless Music Festival, he is also resident dj of Samsara Beach in Riccione and of the Numa Club of Bologna,

And if this is still not enough, there will also be an entire area with a stage dedicated to Latin American music, entitled “La Calle”. It will be a paradise for all lovers of the genre, in fact it will host a rose of the best artists, DJs and bands from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo, Colombia and Brazil, which will warm up and unleash the atmosphere even more.

“Our goal – explains Simone Tomasello, organizer of the festival – is to make Caorle love and entertain everyone, from young people to families, in an almost fairytale setting. This is the first year in which we put a small admission ticket, we want to guarantee both the best musical and food and wine quality and services to our fans, which we hope will arrive as many as the other years ”.

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