Preview: Movement Music Festival, Hart Plaza, Detroit

While certainly a little higher intensity than our, it’s hard to to discuss the electronic festival that is Movement, taking place this Memorial Day weekend in Detroit. While some may not be aware of techno’s burgeoning home in the Midwest, Movement celebrates it in all its glory.

Each year on Memorial Day weekend, thousands of people from across the globe gather in the birthplace of Techno to celebrate the heritage of Detroit and its musical influence over countless generations, new and old. Movement Music Festival is one of the longest-running dance music events in the world, committed to showcasing authentic electronic music and providing an experience unlike any other. The festival takes place in Hart Plaza – Detroit’s legendary riverfront destination.

Tickets went on sale in November, meaning there’s still plenty of time to get access. You’ll have options for the general admission pass or VIP, as well as a pass to Club 313. The 88 performances announced will include:

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Anthony Parasole

Aurora Halal (live)

Avalon Emerson


Beautiful Swimmers


Black Noi$e

Blake Baxter (live)

Carl Craig

Carlos Souffront b2b Bill Converse

Charlotte de Witte

Christian Smith

Chuck Daniels

Clark Warner

Claude VonStroke

Count Mack

Delano Smith


DJ 3000

DJ Godfather

DJ Holographic

DJ Hype b2b Hazard

DJ Premier

DJ Stingray


Eats Everything

Ectomorph (live)

Ed Rush & Optical

Eddie Fowlkes

Ellen Allien

Eris Drew


Gaiser (live)

Gene Farris

Golf Clap

Helena Hauff


Ida Engberg

Inner City (live)


John Digweed

John “Jammin” Collins

Joseph Capriati

Justin Martin

Kenny Larkin

Kevin Saunderson

KiNK (live)

Kweku Saunderson

Laurent Garnier


Lee Burridge

Loco Dice b2b The Martinez Brothers


Maceo Plex


Marcel Dettmann

Marco Shuttle

Mark Flash

Marshall Applewhite


Mike Huckaby

Milan Ariel (live)

Modeselektor (DJ set)


Nina Kraviz

Öona Dahl

Patrick Russell

PHUTURE (live)

Radio Slave


Seth Troxler

Shady P

Shigeto (live)


Stacey “Hotwaxx” Hale

Stacey Pullen

Steve Bicknell

Stone Owl (live)

The Saunderson Brothers


Todd Osborn

Too Short

Waajeed (live)

Will Sessions and Amp Fiddler featuring Dames Brown

Wu-Tang Clan 25th Anniversary

For More Information: Movement


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