THIRD MILLENIUM PARK, ESCAMBRÓN
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
NOVEMBER 18th & 20th, 2015
Paxahau Events, producers of the annual Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit, announced more artists to perform at the first-ever Movement Getaway, featuring Verboten StageONE in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The event will take place on November 18th and 20th, 2015, inside Escambrón’s Third Millenium Park, in partnership with Ha!Musik – San Juan’s premier dance music promotion and artist management collective. Fans will have the opportunity to explore San Juan’s picturesque landscape and beautiful culture on Thursday, November 19th - more information and programming details to be announced.
The inaugural Movement Getaway event will offer a taste of Movement Detroit’s signature programming and talent curation, featuring performances by some of Techno’s most renowned DJs and producers, including Paco Osuna, The Martinez Brothers, Stacey Pullen, Guti - LIVE, Apollonia, Davide Squillace, Filsonik, Chuck Flask and Caleb Calloway, just to name a few.
“We’re very excited for the opportunity to introduce the first-ever Movement Getaway event and showcase such incredible talent to Puerto Rico’s vibrant dance music scene,” said Paxahau President, Jason Huvaere. “The team and our partners have been working hard on planning an event that will allow fans to experience Movement’s iconic programming, surrounded by the island’s rich culture and historic landmarks.”
Movement Getaway Single-Day GA and Single-Day VIP tickets, as well as Combo GA and Combo VIP tickets, are now available at www.movementgetaway.com.
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