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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Richie Hawtin, Gucci Mane, and more announced for Movement's Sunday lineup

Posted By on Wed, Jan 23, 2019 at 12:34 PM

click to enlarge The Belleville Three performing at Movement Music Festival in 2017. - DOUGLAS WOJCIECHOWSKI/PAXAHAU
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  • The Belleville Three performing at Movement Music Festival in 2017.

Movement Music Festival is prepping for its 2019 event with another lineup release to generate excitement around the festival's return to Hart Plaza.

On Wednesday, organizers Paxahau announced the Sunday lineup for this year's upcoming festival.

Included on the bill for Sunday are Movement alumni Richie Hawtin, John Acquaviva, as well as a special b2b performance from Kevin Saunderson with his sons The Saunderson Brothers.

Movement will also be bringing a special "B3B" set from Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber, and Paco Osuna.
Sunday will also include a heavy influence of hip-hop with newly announced performances from Gucci Mane and Detroit's own rising star, Sam Austins.

Movement has already revealed several of the festivals top acts including a reunion performance from Disclosure, the first-ever appearance of techno supergroup LSD (Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell, and David Sumner aka Function), and the return of Orbital – the English duo's first Detroit performance in nearly 20 years.  
Celebrating 13 years at the helm, Paxahau is bringing back Movement to Hart Plaza May 25-27, 2019. Three-day general admission, VIP, and daily tickets are available for purchase at

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