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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Movement 2015: the full lineup and schedule is revealed

Posted By on Wed, May 6, 2015 at 11:58 AM


Woo hoo! The full lineup for Movement 2015 has been released. You can buy a three day pass here. We're particularly excited about the "Kevin Saunderson presents Origins" show. If the above image is hard to read, a higher resolution PDF is here.


The press release for this year's iteration of the iconic and killer event follows:




DETROIT, May 6, 2015—Movement Electronic Music Festival is excited to finally announce this year’s stage lineups, featuring over 140 performances across six stages inside Detroit’s legendary Hart Plaza on Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, 2015.

Over the years, Movement has been globally recognized for its unique talent curation and programming, showcasing artists from a wide-spectrum of up-and-comers, local luminaries, pioneers and trailblazers in Techno, House, Hip-Hop and more.

The Movement Main Stage will feature headlining performances by Techno darling Richie Hawtin, legendary Hip-Hop artist Snoop Dogg as DJ Snoopadelic and Boys Noize and Skrillex as the enigmatic duo, Dogblood.

Fans can also expect to see Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White perform together one-last time as the famed Canadian duo, Art Department.

Movement Main Stage lineup highlights:Richie Hawtin, DJ Snoopadelic, Dog Blood, GRiZ, Art Department, Loco Dice, Dixon, Luciano, Recondite - live, Bob Moses - live, Maceo Plex, Ten Walls - live, Patrick Topping + many more.







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