Saturday May 26th, 2018, marks the opening of the 13th edition of Detroit’s Movement Festival, which runs through Memorial Weekend, as it has every year since 2006, taking place in the Hart Plaza, and ending on Monday, May 28th.
The 2018 Festival lineup is full, as usual, of the best artists, electronic dance music has to offer, with over 85 acts spread across five stages: the Movement Stage, the Red Bull Music Academy Stage, the Stargate Stage, the Pyramid Stage and the Resident Advisor Underground Stage.
This year´s roster includes names such as Badbadnotgood, Christian Smith, DJ 3000, Dubfire, Eats Everything, Ed Rush & Optical, Ellen Alien, John Digweed, Justin Martin, KiNK, Laurent Garnier, Lee Burridge, Maceo Plex, Modeselektor, Nina Kravitz, Radio Slave, Tiga and Too $hort. Detroit´s historic techno scene will be well represented by legends Carl Craig, Kevin Saunderson and Stacey Pullen, as well as by Saunderson´s own kin, the Saunderson Brothers.
Closing the main Movement stage on Saturday, Sunday and Monday will fall on the hands of three different, very capable and well-loved artists: Saturday will be Dirtybird´s head man Claude Vonstroke´s turn, Sunday will see Loco Dice playing a back-to-back set with The Martinez Brothers, and Monday features none other than all 9 members of the Wu-Tang Clan, playing a special performance celebrating the 25th anniversary of their landmark debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
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