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Decibel Open Air is an electronic music festival, held for the first time in 2017, when The Chemical Brothers performed on stage, along with Alan Fitzpatrick, Ben Sims, Dubskull and Draft.
In 2018, names like Carl Cox, Paul Kalkbrenner and Nina Kraviz attended the festival, while in 2019 the most important artists who appeared on stage were Armin van Buuren, Infected Mushroom and Loco Dice.
After a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Decibel Open Air returns in 2022 with a new location, three stages and more than 40 artists.
So far, the lineup for the two days of the Decibel Open Air festival includes Paul Kalkbrenner, Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz, Peggy Gou, Amelie Lens, Caribou, Cosmo, Fisher, Michael Bibi, Vitalic, I Hate Models, Pan-Pot, Reinier Zonneveld, Kölsch, Wade, 999999999, Overmono, Mace, Elrow Stage, Giorgia Angiuli, Fideles, Adiel, Giulia Tess, Dimmish, Elkka, Jessy Lanza, Stephan Jolk, T78, Sara Mozzillo, Marc Maya, Toni Varga, Viviana Casanova, Tamburi Neri and Pongo.
Parco delle Cascine, more commonly known as Le Cascine, is the largest public park in Florence. The park has the shape of a flat strip of land almost 3.5 kilometers long and about 640 meters wide, which runs along the right bank of the Arno River, from the historical center of the city, to the confluence of the river with the Mugnone stream.
The park can be easily reached by public transport from the center of Florence. The closest bus stop is Cascine – Carlo Monni, on the bus Line 55, and the closest tram stop is Cascine, on the tram Lines T1.3 and T2.
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