Another project comprised in the Revolution program is Food Makers, an association that works behind the cooking stoves with refugees, immigrants and other groups at risk of social exclusion to offer them something as basic as an occupation, thus fostering a realistic way to integrate them into the host society.
A practical and new piece of information is the payment system at DGTL Barcelona.
This year's projects are urine recycling, the awareness pool, a meatless food court that'll only sell vegetarian food, the ‘Food Makers’ project which involves refugees, and bike rentals.
In addition to music, technology and sustainability –through the Revolution Program–, DGTL also aims to track and disseminate today’s most relevant cultural and artistic projects. This year, DGTL Barcelona will offer a wide variety of performances and conceptual art installations in a first-rate integral program.
Three weeks before the festival starts, DGTL Barcelona reveals the details on the biggest stage, Modular, which will host performances by artists of the likes of Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, Âme [dj], Mano Le Tough or Joy Orbison, among others.