Paxahau shares full lineup for Movement Music Festival 2019


  • Douglas Wojciechowski
The anticipation is over as fans of Movement Music Festival can now revel in the full lineup release for the 2019 event.

On Thursday, Paxahau dropped the lineup poster for the three-day festival returning for its 13th year to Detroit's Hart Plaza on May 25-27. Included in the latest wave of artist announcements is the return of Berlin's melodic techno duo Tale of Us, Green Velvet and Claude VonStroke's collaborative project Get Real, and the long-awaited return of rapper and producer Madlib.
This year's lineup is also heavy handed on homegrown talent, with the inclusion of Michigan artists GRiZ, Shigeto, MK, Heathered Pearls, and Matthew Dear's alias Audion as additions to Monday's bill, among others.
You can peep the full lineup reveal below which features more than 100 artists and DJs from Detroit and around the world.

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