Movement Detroit 2018
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Maya Jane Coles, ANNA, Chris Lake, Richie Hawtin, Stephan Bodzin, and many more are set to take the stage at Movement Detroit 2019!

Hosted on the weekend of May 25-27 and returning to Hart Plaza, the buzz surrounding this year’s edition of Movement Detroit continues to grow. Releasing the daily lineups over the course of the week, we now know who will be taking the stage in one of the most renowned dance music events this year!

Related: Check out Tim’s take on how he got down to some house and techno beats at Movement Detroit last year for a taste of what’s in store!

Kicking things off on Saturday will be heavy hitters in the scene like DisclosureAmelie LensMaya Jane Coles, and Loco Dice will be playing the festival on Saturday. Some live performances will also be featured from Orbital and Kenny Larkin, and special projects that include LSD (Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell, Functionalong with Wajatta (John Tejada x Reggie Watts).

Sunday will feature some major names like Richie HawtinPatrick Topping, and Chris Liebing, who will all be bringing some serious tunes to the table. Sets from artists like ANNA and Charlotte de Witte will be sending crowds to the moon, with others like FISHER providing some party vibes as well. The inclusion of Danny Brown and Gucci Mane bring some hip-hop to the stage in Detroit, but we’ve really got our eyes on the prize that is the b3b set between DubfireNicole Moudaber, and Paco Osuna that will really leave a lasting impression.

Closing things out on Monday will be artists such as Get Real (Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke)Chris LakeMK, and Tale of Us, who have all been dominating the scene as of late with their sick beats. Also adding to the fun are artists such as DJ TennisHot Since 82Golf Clap, and Audion, all of whom will be bringing some heat to the decks. Providing a bit of flair to Monday’s lineup is none other than GRiZ, and after announcing his upcoming album we’re sure that his set is going to be one you won’t want to miss!

Check out the full list of artists playing below and grab your tickets now via SeeTickets to lock in your experience in May!

Movement Detroit 2019 – Lineup By Day:

Movement Detroit 2019 – Lineup By Artist By Day:


  • Amelie Lens
  • Art Department
  • Carl Craig
  • Disclosure (DJ Set)
  • Herbert
  • Josh Wink
  • Kenny Larkin (Live)
  • Loco Dice
  • LSD (Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell, Function)
  • Maya Jane Coles
  • Neil Landstrumm
  • Octave One (Live)
  • Orbital (Live)
  • Seth Troxler
  • Soul Clap
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Sterac
  • Virgil Abloh
  • Wajatta (John Tejada x Reggie Watts) (Live)
  • Al Ester b2b Earl “Mixxin” McKinney
  • Brian Kage
  • DJ Holographic
  • Marie Davidson
  • MGUN
  • Mister Joshooa
  • Ryan Crosson b2b Shaun Reeves
  • Tin Man (Live)
  • TYLR_
  • Umfang


  • ANNA
  • Charlotte De Witte
  • Chris Liebing
  • Danny Brown
  • DJ T-1000
  • Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber b3b Paco Osuna
  • Gucci Mane
  • Heiko Laux
  • John Acquaviva
  • Kevin Saunderson b2b The Saunderson Brothers
  • Nastia
  • Oscar Mulero
  • Patrick Topping
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Sam Austins
  • Andrea Ghita
  • Asher Perkins & Rex Sepulveda: Front to Front (Live)
  • Ataxia
  • Channel Tres
  • Craig Gonzalez
  • DM Nation (SKYWLKR & Black NOI$E)
  • DJ Godfather
  • Noncompliant
  • Norm Talley
  • Ryan Elliot
  • Sheefy McFly
  • Soul Goodman
  • Volvox


  • Audion (Live)
  • Chris Lake
  • Dabrye + Kadence
  • Danny Daze
  • DJ Bone
  • DJ Nobu
  • DJ Tennis
  • FJAAK (Live)
  • Floorplan (Live)
  • Get Real: Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke
  • Golf Clap
  • GRiZ (Live)
  • Heidi
  • Hot Since 82
  • J. Phlip
  • Madlib
  • Mathew Jonson (Live)
  • MK
  • Shigeto (Live)
  • Stephan Bodzin (Live)
  • Tale of Us
  • The Advent (Live)
  • Yaeji
  • Ciel
  • Detroit Techno Militia 2×4
  • Heathered Pearls
  • Justin Cudmore
  • Loren
  • Remote Viewing Party
  • Whodat

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