After one year, Wanderlust Vision decided to come back to Cortina. But in a different way. Testing a new format, the experience one: two days of activities, entertainment and conversations. 

An interactive and bidirectional project that combines the digital part of Klaus live set and the physical warmth of a real happening. 

Guests were involved into a full immersion event, from the hiking experience around Rifugio Lagazuoi, up to 2752 meters above the sea level, to Klaus’s set performance in front of the observatory at Col Druscié (1778M), surrounded by the stunning snowy Dolomites.

The idea was to gather a group of creatives belonging to multiple fields: from the artist Mecna to content creators such as Surry and Nick Pescetto, passing through the holistic health coach Johanna Maggy and the hand-knit designer Alice Sofia Navarin. Together with them also Gabriele Casaccia, Slam Jam creative director, and Achille Mauri who recently directed the film “Calumer”. All of them united under the passion for outdoors.

Wanderlust Vision’s purpose is to foster an idea of traveling as the right tool to learn respect, for people and for the nature around. Informing and raising awareness while entertaining is the mission. 

Being music the main pillar, the set track-list has been curated with the aim of enhancing Wanderlust Records with a selection of 10 tracks produced by our label amongst a total of 15.

For this occasion we developed a scenography which is referring to one of our core elements: the topographic maps. The stage is composed by four wood levels one over the other, each of them with a different color hue starting from our iconic blue, plus a steel table that represents the exact half of the Wanderlust star logo.

The overall event was made possible by Woolrich which is fostering young realities and ideas that can stimulate communities and minds around towards environmental consciousness, creative contamination and resolutive approaches. Woolrich was born in 1830 with the mission of empowering life in the outdoors, and the first garment was a wool shirt in the iconic Buffalo Check motif.