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Friday, April 20, 2012

City Slang: Zeds Dead added to Movement

Posted By on Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:33 AM

Dubstep stars Zeds Dead have been announced as the final headlining act for the 2012 Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit, performing on the Red Bull Music Academy Stage on Sunday May 27. Full performance times can be viewed here.

“The festival lineup this year is a dynamic mix of legendary performers, Detroit icons and electronic dance music’s rising stars,” said Jason Huvaere, president of Paxahau.  “We’re excited to be able to offer Movement Festival-goers 107 acts over three days across five stages.  No other festival can offer the authenticity of an underground party as well as the city that founded Techno and helped to put electronic dance music on the map.”

Other artists added to the bill since the March 14 announcement include Clark Warner, Matthew Hawtin and Keef Boxx.

Three-day general admission weekend passes are currently on sale for $80 per person and will increase to $90 on Friday, May 4.  Pre-sale one-day passes are now available for $45 per day.  Three-day VIP passes are still available for $200 per person and provides festival-goers with many extras.  For more details and to purchase tickets visit the Movement website.

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