DETROIT, MI. (MAY 3, 2018) — Red Bull Radio just announced the return of Live from Detroit, a week of comprehensive Detroit-centered programming running from May 21 – 28, 2018 to coincide with the 12th edition of Movement Music Festival, the country’s best and most beloved electronic music festival. This marks Red Bull’s 11th year partnering with Movement Music Festival and supporting the music and artists of Detroit.
RED BULL RADIO – LIVE FROM DETROIT
Live from Detroit will engage fans and celebrate the legacy and future of the Motor City with special onsite programming all week long from Red Bull Radio’s purpose-built studio, which will include trusted hosts and special guest DJs, artist interviews, historical touchpoints and more. The week also sees the debut of Exhibit 3000: Detroit House – a Detroit house music museum with Submerge and Underground Resistance, and so fans won’t miss any of the action, a full weekend of festival livestreams from artists performing on the Red Bull Music Stage at Movement Music Festival.
RED BULL RADIO ALL WEEK LONG
Red Bull Radio’s weeklong programming will present special guests, unique interviews, new and classic tracks, cultural commentary and more all paying tribute to the city’s new and legendary scenes and sounds. Led by Red Bull Radio’s seasoned hosts and co-curated with Detroit artists, experts and voices, programming will include Peak Time w/ Vivian Host, WFXHE w/ Omar S, Choice Mix, Fireside Chats,The Bunker NY, Headphone Highlights, Interdimensional Transmissions, Honey Soundsystem,Transmissions w/ King Britt, Gerd Janson’s Risky Business and more. Special guests that listeners can expect to stop by the studio include Underground Resistance, DJ Bone, DJ Maaco, Shigeto, Black Milk, Nick Speed and more.
EXHIBIT 3000: DETROIT HOUSE
Red Bull Radio is proud to announce Exhibit 3000: Detroit House. Curated by Submerge and Underground Resistance as an expansion of their famed techno museum, this exhibition focuses on Detroit house music, its arrival from Chicago and its roots in disco, gospel and Detroit’s black gay underground. Exhibition 3000: Detroit House will center on the origins, music, people, media, past and future of the scene and feature a carefully curated collection of artifacts, photos, instruments and ephemera from the likes of Terrence Parker, Aaron-Carl, Inner City and more. This exhibition intends to celebrate Detroit’s place in house music history and its continuing impact on music around the globe.
Exhibit 3000: Detroit House will open to the public Monday, May 21st at Red Bull Radio’s Detroit studio at 1325 Broadway St, Detroit, MI and remain on view through August 26th. The exhibition is free and open daily from 12-7PM EST throughout Live From Detroit, May 21 – 28 with guided tours every hour, on the hour. After Movement Music Festival, the exhibition will be open every Sunday from 12-5PM EST.
LIVE FROM THE RED BULL MUSIC STAGE AT MOVEMENT MUSIC FESTIVAL
Red Bull Radio will be broadcasting live performances on the Red Bull Music stage at Movement Music Festival from May 26 – 28. Fans can expect livestreamed sets from Diplo, Avalon Emerson, Modeselektor, Amp Fiddler, BADBADNOTGOOD, DJ Premier and many more. For a full list of livestream details from the Red Bull Music Stage head over to movement.us/schedule.
To tune in to Live from Detroit, please visit redbullradio.com.