Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival has unveiled its 2017 stage names, lineups, and programming, which will showcase more than 110 artist performances this Memorial Day Weekend. Day one will see Richie Hawtin unveil his brand new audio-visual show, Close – Spontaneity & Synchronicity, while deadmau5 will perform under his techno alias, Testpilot, to close out the Main Stage on day two. Meanwhile, Carl Cox, arguably the king of techno, is set to leave a lasting impression on Movement’s final day.
Movement Yoga, hosted by Detroit Yoga Labs, will also return to the festival May 28-29 at the Made in Detroit Stage.
Tickets, full schedule and set times for Movement Electronic Music Festival are available here.
Day 1 (Saturday, May 27) lineup highlights:
Richie Hawtin CLOSE – Spontaneity & Synchronicity, The Belleville Three, Nicole Moudaber, Earl Sweatshirt, Factory Floor – live, Carl Craig, Larry Heard aka Mr. Fingers – live, Octave One – live, Robert Hood – live, Pan-Pot, Ben Klock, Cassy, Function – live, Kai Alcé, AX&P (Adam X & Perc)
Day 2 (Sunday, May 28) lineup highlights:
Testpilot, Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Juicy J, Kevin Saunderson as E-Dancer – live, Seth Troxler, Cajmere, Audion – live, Heidi, Dixon, STERAC, DVS1, Red Axes (DJ set), Paranoid London – live, Dopplereffekt – live, Michael Mayer, BXT – live
Monday (May 29) lineup highlights:
Carl Cox, Carl Craig presents Versus Synthesizer Ensemble, Barclay Crenshaw, Chris Liebing, Soul Clap Live feat. Amp Fiddler, Danny Brown, Jamie Jones, Kerri Chandler, The Gaslamp Killer, DJ Harvey, Paco Osuna, Recondite, Ben Sims b2b Truncate, S U R V I V E
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