Caprices Festival & Pianity to launch a series of NFTs from DJs showcasing at the festival

Paris, 08 April  - Caprices Festival, the award-winning music festival that has been running in the Swiss Alps since 2004, and Pianity, the music NFT marketplace are teaming up for this 2022 edition to release a collection of NFTs from 15+ artists showcasing at the festival. 

Caprices festival takes place in Crans Montana over 2 weekends, on April 8-10 and April 15-17, and will host “Metafest”, a new Metaverse summit where artists, celebrities, and metaverse specialists will participate in conferences and workshops. On this occasion, from the 8th to the 18th, DJs showcasing during this edition will drop music NFT on Pianity.  

A collection of exclusive songs from world-class artists

Mathew Jonson, Dandy Jack, Guti, Dan Ghenacia, Luciano, and many more will drop exclusive music as NFTs on Pianity. Every day from the 7th of April to the last day of Caprices Festival, on the 18th, a new NFT will be available on Pianity. All of them will have a Unique Edition (1 copy) auctioned during 24h, and will grant the owner a privileged access as a VIP during Caprices Festival. 

About Pianity

Pianity is a music NFT platform – built on environmentally-conscious Arweave technology –  where musicians and their communities gather to create, sell, buy, and collect songs in limited editions, certified by blockchain technology. Pianity’s pioneering approach – which includes free listening for all – enables deeper connections between artists and audiences. Because Pianity treats music as fine art, artists can gain a new source of independent revenue while simultaneously enabling fans and collectors to grow and showcase their music collections. Pianity is privately held and headquartered in Paris.

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About Caprices Festival 

Caprices Festival is an award-winning winter music festival that has been running in the Swiss Alps since 2004. Over the years, the festival has invited artists such as Bjork, Portishead, Deep Purple, Iggy Pop, Cypress Hill, Nas, Fatboy, Slim, before turning hundred percent into leading

electronic music festival with artists such as Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Tale of Us, Jeff Mills, Solomun, Dixon, Jamie Jones and many more.

Caprices always had a vision to be one step ahead in artistic movement and technology.

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