[Lineup Update] Movement Detroit 2016 Phase 2

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Movement Electronic Music Festival
is pleased to announce over 60 performances on the phase two lineup for
the festival’s 10-year anniversary celebration, taking place Memorial
Day weekend, May 28-30 inside Detroit’s legendary Hart Plaza.

Modeselektor will make their first appearance at the
festival, performing a live set on the Main Stage. The acclaimed dance
music duo will join Techno pioneers Kraftwerk (billed as Kraftwerk – 3–D) and Dubfire’s live spectacle, dubfire:live HYBRID as headliners on the Main Stage.

Also announced on the phase two lineup is an eclectic collection of
live acts and performances, including: hip-hop icon and de facto leader
of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan RZA featuring his live band Stone Mecca (billed as RZA feat. Stone Mecca), Joseph Capriati, Tiga, Matthew Dear, DâM-FunK (DJ set), ZelooperZ, Kyle Hall and Kenny Dope, just to name a few.

Skrillex’s LA-based record label and creative collective OWSLA will
bring forth some of the imprint’s top talent to the festival’s OWSLA Showcase, featuring performances by Kill the Noise, Alex Metric, Vindata, Mija, Rezz and many more.  

Detroit-based collective Interdimensional Transmissions will have a
showcase to celebrate its 21-year anniversary with a headlining
performance by Claude Young as well as a new all-hardware, all-analog live show by Ectomorph (label founder Brendan M. Gillen and Erika).

A full list of confirmed artists from the phase two lineup
announcement can be found below. The day-by-day festival schedule,
showcases and official afterparties will be announced soon.

3-Day GA Weekend Passes and 3-Day VIP Weekend Passes are now available, starting at $175 at www.movement.us.
Single-Day tickets are also available, starting at $75. Fans are
encouraged to get their tickets in advance as GA reached near capacity
and VIP sold out in 2015.

The 64 performances announced today, in alphabetical order, are as follows:


Abbe & Toth

Al Ester

Alex Metric

Art Payne & Keith


Big Freedia

Bixel Boys

Bjarki – live

Brian Gillespie


Carlos Souffront

Chuck Daniels

Claude Young

DâM-FunK (DJ set)


DJ Funk

DJ Godfather

DJ Seoul

Dub Phizix & MC

Ectomorph – live

Eddie C

FIT Siegel

Gay Marvine

Israel Vines – live

Jared Wilson

Jay Denham

Jeff Risk

Joseph Capriati

Josh Pan

Kenny Dope

Kill the Noise

Kyle Hall

Laceration Selekta

Len Faki


Mark 8en Moss

Marshall Applewhite

Matthew Dear

MC Bombscare


Mike Servito b2b
Derek Plaslaiko

Modeselektor – live

Niko Marks

Patrick Russell


Rebecca Goldberg



Ryan McCray

RZA feat. Stone Mecca

Scott Zacharias

Shady P


“Hotwaxx” Hale

Stone Owl – live

The Friend

The Saunderson


Tin Man


What So Not



Today’s lineup is in addition to the phase one announcement made by Paxahau, which included: Adam Beyer, Âme – DJ set, Andrei Morant, Anja Schneider, Art Department, Boys Noize, Bruce Bailey, Caribou, Carl Craig, Chris Liebing, Davide Squillace, Delano Smith, DeWalta & Mike Shannon – live, DJ Pierre, DJ Tennis, dubfire:live HYBRID, Eddie Fowlkes, Ellen Allien, Four Tet, GET REAL: Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke, Guti – live, Guy Gerber, Heidi, Hito, Honey Soundsystem, J.Phlip, Job Jobse, John Digweed, Juan Atkins and Moritz von Oswald present: Borderland, Justin Martin, Kevin Saunderson, Kraftwerk – 3–D, Kyle Geiger, La Fleur, Lee Curtiss, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, Magda, Marc Houle – live, Matador – live, Mike Huckaby, Mister Joshooa, MK (Marc Kinchen), Nic Fanciulli, Nina Kraviz, No Regular Play – live, Paul Woolford, Project 313 – live, Richie Hawtin, Ryan Crosson, Scuba, Seth Troxler, Shaun Reeves, Sonja Moonear, Stacey Pullen, Tale of Us, The Black Madonna, tINI, Will Sessions feat. Amp Fiddler – live, Zip.

The Movement Electronic Music Festival takes place every Memorial
Day weekend
inside Hart Plaza – Detroit’s legendary riverfront
destination. The festival features: six technologically-rich outdoor
stages; more than 120 artists; 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. More than 111,000 people from around
the globe attended the 2015 festival.
Paxahau, now in its 11th year as producer of the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit, the birthplace of Techno.

To learn more, visit www.movement.us.


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