Paxahau reveals Saturday lineup for Movement Music Festival in Detroit

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DONTAE ROCKYMORE
  • Dontae Rockymore

Movement revealed its first full day lineup on Tuesday to jumpstart the excitement for the 2019 festival at Detroit's Hart Plaza.

Among the highlights include Disclosure, who will make their return to Detroit after a long performance hiatus that began in 2017, as well as the Movement debut of Chicago-native Virgil Abloh, most noted for his contributions as a fashion designer for major brands like Louis Vuitton.



The Saturday lineup will also feature the return of Movement favorites Art Department, Josh Wink, Loco Dice, and Maya Jane Coles, as well as the appearance of Detroit heavy-hitters Carl Craig, Seth Troxler, Stacey Pullen, Octave One, and Kenny Larkin.

Serious techno fans will also get a chance to catch a first-ever Movement appearance by LSD, a techno supergroup made up of Berghain regulars Luke Slater, Steve Bicknell, and Function.




Movement previously teased a string of acts for the 2019 event in December, including Detroit daddy-daughter duo Floorplan, Hot Since 82, Danny Brown, Chris Lake, and more. Perhaps most notably, English brothers Orbital will make a rare appearance in Detroit for the first time in nearly 20 years.

Movement Music Festival takes place May 25 - 27, 2019 at Hart Plaza in Detroit. Three-day general admission, VIP, and daily passes are available at movement.us.

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