After a two-year hiatus, Movement Detroit came back bigger and better than ever last year with a lineup that had attendee’s eager to flood the concrete oasis that is Hart Plaza.
Well, that same excitement is in the air with the release of a teaser lineup filled to the brim with top-tier talent, both old and new names alike. One major standout among the list is that of Underworld, whose debut headlining performance at the festival has long been anticipated. They are joined by Belgian Techno star Charlotte de Witte on the mainstage to round out two of the three main slots.
Along with these recognizable names comes a slew of first-time performances: Swedish-born producer DJ Seinfeld; UK’s breakout dance music producer TSHA; Brooklyn-based electronic music producer and vocalist Ela Minus; Italian Techno live artist Giorgia Angiuli; Philadelphia-born, Berlin-based producer LSDXOXO; as well as Berlin-based Techno producer and DJ SPFDJ.
And while these new names are thrilling to see, one can’t help but be impressed with the caliber of talent returning to Detroit in 2023. Enigmatic House legend and Detroit favorite Moodymann is back after ten years since his last festival appearance. Alongside him, fans will be able to catch acclaimed Canadian electronic music producer and writer Caribou; New York House music icons Louie Vega and Kenny Dope as Masters At Work; Detroit Techno pioneers Robert Hood (live) and Carl Craig; Chicago House luminary Green Velvet; Detroit’s ‘first lady of wax’ DJ Minx; renowned UK Techno producer Surgeon; and a House-heavy b2b set from Australian producer Dom Dolla and breakout Chicago House star John Summit.
In typical Movement fashion, they have kept up with bringing an utterly authentic experience to Detroit, emphasizing authenticity and a lineup that showcases differing styles, identities, artists, and more. In addition, they have continuously shown their fingers on the pulse of what current dance music fans are craving.
3-Day and 1-Day passes for both GA and VIP are Now On Sale at Movementfestival.com.
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