Win a Pair of Tickets to The Blu Party to Close Out Movement Detroit!

The Blu Party Detroit 2018

If you were looking for the best party to close out your weekend full of underground beats at Movement then look no further than The Blu Party Detroit!

Returning to the Motor City for their fourth consecutive year and closing out the massive Movement Music Festival weekend is The Blu Party. Hosted across two rooms of Level 2 Rooftop on Monday, May 27, this year will see Sydney Blu play alongside a bevy of amazing artists that you’ll surely want to be dancing the night away to.

Joining Sydney Blu will be one of their most jampacked lineups yet including Francesca LombardoBritta UndersEddie Fowlkes, and a b2b featuring Kenny Glasgow and Nitin. Check out the full lineup below as the undercard also features some artists you won’t want to miss as well.

Related: Get all the information you need to know ahead of your trip to Movement Detroit in our comprehensive post and check out some of our top places to get your grub on as well!

‘This is our 4th year in Detroit and this is my favourite lineup yet! The event shows my influences of Berlin since I recently moved there and where I want the show to go moving forward.’ – Sydney Blu 

The Blu Party is set to be one of the best possible places to close out your weekend full of house and techno beats at Movement Detroit. Grab tickets to the show via Eventbrite or enter to win a pair so you and a friend can attend!

Want to hit up The Blu Party Detroit this year? Enter to win a pair of tickets!

Win Tickets to Sydney Blu presents The Blu Party Detroit at Level Two!

The Blu Party Detroit – Essential Info:

Date: Monday, May 27, 2019
Ages: 21+
Hours: 10pm – 4am
Venue Address: Level Two Bar & Rooftop – 535 Monroe Street, Detroit, MI 48226
Tickets: Purchase HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

The Blu Party Detroit 2019 Lineup

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