Movement Detroit 2019
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PAXAHAU has unveiled the daily lineups for the upcoming edition of Movement Detroit and it is dripping with some of the top talents in the scene!


Each year, thousands of house and techno lovers flock to Hart Plaza in the Motor City over Memorial Day Weekend to make their annual pilgrimage to Movement Detroit. Known for bringing some of the best artists in the scene this weekend of electronic beats hosted by PAXAHAU is one of the best to attend in the world.

Now, after unveiling a stacked list of artists in their initial lineup that included everyone from Adam Beyer and Boris Brejcha to Maceo Plex and Four Tet, PAXHAU has now filled our cravings with some fresh news. That’s right, the daily lineups for Movement Detroit are surfacing by the day!

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!

Saturday is the first to be announced and is bringing a bevy of amazing talent to the stage. Featuring artists like the aforementioned Boris Brejcha and Maceo Plex, it goes even deeper with sets from Carl Craig, Stacey Pullen, and Jon Hopkins. Adding to the mix are a flock of Dirtybirds including Ardalan, Walker & Royce, VNSSA, and head honchos Claude VonStroke and Justin Martin for good measure.

Sunday will see the likes of The Black Madonna, Adam Beyer, Seth Troxler, and Joseph Capriati take the stage. Sunday offers up a bevy of talented acts like Chris Lake, Richie Hawtin, TESTPILOT, and a b2b that will see Goldie and LTJ Bukem share the stage with DRS.

Read on for the full list for Saturday and stay tuned as we’ll update this post with each additional day as this year’s lineup is shaping up to be one of the best yet!

Thinking about going? Get your tickets now via their website before its too late, and let us know which artist you’re most excited to catch in the comments!


Movement Detroit 2020 – Lineup By Day:


Movement Detroit 2020 – Lineup By Artist By Day:

Saturday
  • Ardalan
  • Avalon Emerson
  • Blawan
  • Bob Moses (Club Set)
  • Boris Brejcha
  • Brain (Live)
  • Carl Craig
  • Claude VonStroke
  • DJ Seinfeld
  • John Talabot
  • Jon Hopkins (Live)
  • Justin Martin
  • Maceo Plex
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Traversable Wormhole (Live)
  • Underworld
  • Walker & Royce
  • Brian Gillespie b2b Marshall Applewhite
  • Chuck Daniels
  • Cour T.
  • Dez Andres b2b Rick Wilhite
  • Diamondstein
  • DJ Holographic
  • Gaiser (Hybrid Live)
  • Hiroko Yamamura
  • K-Hand
  • Ladymonix
  • Lucy
  • Mike Huckaby
  • Peter Croce
  • Terrence Dixon (Live)
  • VNSSA
  • Wajeed
Sunday
  • Adam Beyer
  • ANNA
  • A$AP Ferg
  • The Black Madonna
  • Derrick Carter b2b DJ Sneak
  • Drumcell
  • Ellen Allien
  • Enrico Sangiuliano
  • Joe Kay
  • Joseph Capriati
  • Kash Doll
  • Kevin Saunderson b2b Danitez
  • Seth Troxler
  • Special Request
  • Speedy J
  • TOKiMONSTA
  • 999999999 (Live)
  • ADMN
  • Asante
  • Detroit Techno Militia 2×4
  • Drummer B
  • Gettoblaster
  • Honcho
  • Hotwaxx Hale
  • Jeff Risk
  • Jeffry Sfire
  • Lady Starlight (Live)
  • Lauren Flax
  • Magda b2b Mike Sevito
  • Rebuke
  • SAMA’
  • Scan 7 (Live)
Monday
  • Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison
  • Chris Lake
  • Dax J
  • Detlef
  • DJ Stingray
  • Dom Dolla
  • Four Tet
  • Goldie b2b LTJ Bukem w/ DRS
  • Jamie XX
  • Kobosil
  • Lee Foss
  • Loco Dice
  • Lost Souls of Saturn
  • Louie Vega
  • Marco Carola
  • Matador
  • MK
  • Nina Kraviz
  • Octo Octa b2b Eris Drew (T4T LUV NRG)
  • Richie Hawtin
  • TESTPILOT
  • Ataxia
  • Delano Smith (Live)
  • DJ Minx
  • HAAi
  • Norm Talley
  • Pontchartrain
  • Sonya Alvarez
  • UUN (Live)
  • Vincent Patricola

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