DJ Boring, Laurence Guy and Loods also join the intimate Tuscany three-dayer.
FLASH has announced the first names for its third edition, running from 14th-16th May in the rolling Tuscan hills of Central Italy.
With only one stage open at a time, they’re focussed on creating an intimate experience with a tigh knit group of DJs. Music From Memory curator Raphaël Top-Secret lines up alongside recent Ninja Tune signing Yu Su, Rhythm Section boss Bradley Zero, new Sub Club resident Eclair Fifi, Mule Musiq regular Laurence Guy, and Australian-born UK based compatriots DJ Boring and Loods. They’ll be supported by local DJs Disconnected, The Camels and DJ Pinello, alongside Bella, Rantil, Menu Malin x Mauresque.
A short stroll from the village of Castiglion Fiorentino, FLASH plays heavily on its local culture, with a range of activities that offer visitors a well-rounded Tuscan experience beyond the music – an opening feast, pasta making with Nonna, a wine-tasting masterclass, yoga & wellbeing, a warm-up aperidisco and Italian workshops. “Our festival reflects the personality of Tuscany – we are open, friendly and believe in great quality and simplicity,” says festival Director Benedetta Venturini.
€55 tickets are available from the FLASH website, alongside accommodation options and flight info to three local airports.
Watch our documentary on Bradley Zero’s Rhythm Section.