After the success of Bowland live in the garden of Villa Bardini in Florence, the Lattexplus electronic music festival returns with a second date. Given the pandemic, the festival has reinvented itself into a digital format, producing, filming and broadcasting musical performances in selected spaces.
The project is carried out with the support of the Municipality of Florence and the Fondazione CR Firenze and in collaboration with Feel Florence. It's aimed at promoting a new type of cultural tourism oriented towards unusual itineraries and places of interest.
The second appointment, scheduled for Wednesday February 17 at 7 pm, will see Indian Wells perform, the moniker used by Italian electronic music producer, Pietro Iannuzzi. The artist draws inspiration from Calabria; his native land and the region where he still lives. "Heart of Lights" , the live performance by Indian Wells, will be broadcast from the Chapel of the Apparition of Monte Senario, a convent of the Order of the Servants of Mary located on the hill of the same name, north of the city of Florence in the municipality of Vaglia. It was built in 1234 by seven Florentine nobles who were the founders of the order of the Servants of Mary, and therefore called the Seven Holy Founders. It was enlarged in the 15th century, and again in 1594 by Grand Duke Ferdinando I, then partially modified in the 18th and 19th centuries. The live performance by Indian Wells will be broadcast on the occasion of the anniversary of the seven founding saints of Monte Senario, February 17.
The streaming will be available in crossposting via the Facebook pages of Artribune, Visit Tuscany and Intoscana, Soundwall and Dj Mag Italia. It will also be available on the Indian Weels Facebook page and Lattexplus. "Heart of Lights" is directed by Piero Fragola and Thomas Pizzinga.