May 23-25 – 70+ Artists to Perform @ Movement 2009 – Detroit



Adam Beyer
Afrika Bambaataa
Al Ester
Anthony Attalla
Anthony Rother (Live)
Audion (Live)
Bad Boy Bill
Benny Benassi
Busy P
Buzz Goree
Carl Cox
Carl Craig
Chloe Harris
Chuck Gibson a.k.a. Perception (live)
Clark Warner
Craig Gonzalez
Damian Lazarus
Delano Smith
Dennis Ferrer
Derrick May
DJ Deeon
DJ Godfather
DJ Omega
DJ Slugo
Drumcell (Live)
Ellen Allien
Exchange Bureau (Live)
Flying Lotus (Live)
Francois K
Frankie Vega
Guy Gerber (Live)
Innervisions Live: a critical mass (Live)
Jay Denham

Kate Simko (Live)
Kero (Live)
Kevin Reynolds (Live)
Kevin Saunderson
Krazy Baldhead (Live)Lee Curtiss
Liz Copeland
Loco Dice vs. Luciano
Los Hermanos (Live)
Luke Hess (Live)
Marc “MK” Kinchen & Scotty Deep (live)
Marco Carola
Mieka du Franx
Mike Clark
Mike Huckaby
Neil Landstrumm (Live)
Nic Fanciulli
Nikola Baytala
Norm Tally
Octave One (Live)
Rick Wade
Ryan Elliott
Seoul vs Linder 2×4
Seth Troxler
Shaun Reeves
Starski & Clutch
Steve Bug
The Glitch Mob (Live)
The Sight Below
Wighnomy Bros
Will Web
* list subject to change

The Prodigy will get Movement 2009 Weekend started with an electrifying performance on Friday, May 22nd at The Fillmore in Detroit during the official Movement kick-off party, which will also feature performances by Paxahau Resident DJ Chuck Flask and Evan Evolution at the State Bar.

Doors to The Prodigy performance open at 7:00 p.m. Early Bird tickets for this all ages show can be purchased at starting at $20 each.

Starting at Noon on Saturday, May 23rd Techno heads, House heads and electronic dance music enthusiasts from across the globe will pour through the turnstiles at Detroit’s Hart Plaza for the start of Movement 2009.

And for the next three days and nights they will have a chance to experience the ultimate outdoor electronic music venue. 36 hours of music; 4 stages and more than 70 electronic music artists and DJs.

Movement 2009 weekend passes (May 23rd, 24th, and 25th) are available for purchase at a discounted presale price of $40. To purchase your passes today click here.

Paxahau is now in its fourth year as producers of Movement. Last year nearly 80,000 electronic music fans attended the Memorial Day weekend festival. URB Magazine readers named Movement 2008 as their “Festival of the Year.”

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