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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

City Slang: Movement confirms dates

Posted By on Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Following this morning’s DEMF announcement, Paxahau, the group behind the Movement Electronic Music Festival, has moved fast to confirm dates at Hart Plaza on Memorial Day Weekend.

A statement reads, “Paxahau is pleased to announce the return of Movement Electronic Music Festival, taking place Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26) inside Detroit’s Hart Plaza.”

“The [Paxahau] team is already working with excitement on the 2014 Movement Electronic Music Festival to be held on its traditional Memorial Day weekend,” says Jason Huvaere, President of Paxahau. “This event has been known under a few different names, but has always possessed the same unifying sprit – a celebration of the music and culture we all love, held in the heart of the city that gave the world Techno – Detroit,” he adds.

“The Movement Electronic Music Festival features: five technologically-rich outdoor stages; more than 115 artists; free Wi-Fi access on the grounds; a posh VIP setting located behind the main stage; dozens of official afterparties; an interactive technology center featuring the hottest gear in the industry; and several art displays to stimulate the senses. Over 107,000 people from around the globe attended the 2013 festival.”

The plot thickens.


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