Movement Electronic Music Festival

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Movement Electronic Music Festival
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Background Information

Location

Hart Plaza, Detroit

When

5/25/19 - 5/27/19

Active since

2006 - Present

Website

movement.us/

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About

Movement Electronic Music Festival is an annual electronic dance music event held in Detroit each Memorial Day weekend since 2006. Previous electronic music festivals held at Hart Plaza on Memorial Day weekend include Detroit Electronic Music Festival (2000–2002), Movement (2003–2004) and Fuse-In (2005). The four different festival names reflect completely separate and distinct producers, brands and directions. All of these festivals presented performances by musicians and DJs that emphasized the progressive qualities of the culture surrounding electronic music. </big>

2019 Line Up

2019 Line Up


History

The first electronic music festival held in Detroit was the Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2000, produced by Carol Marvin and her organization Pop Culture Media (which included long-time event producer Adriel Thornton, Telo Dunne and Barbara Deyo and others). Taking place in Detroit's Hart Plaza, it was a landmark event that brought visitors from all over the world to celebrate Techno music in the city of its birth. The event was one of the first electronic music festivals in the United States.

2000: Successful launch

The first DEMF occurred in May 2000 and concluded with few hitches and no reported crime. It was applauded by city leaders and tourism officials as an injection of youthful energy into the city. As Tom Thewes the Co Founder of the Detroit Electronic Music Festival has said, "Without the Help of Steven Sowers, the owner of Motor Lounge Detroit, not only would we have not had been able to have a successful festival, but there would not have been a festival at all. Motor Detroit Laid the foundation and groundwork for the Detroit Electronic Music Festival". Motor Lounge was the Billboard Magazines number 13 Top 25 Dance Clubs in the World of All Time.

Attendance at the first DEMF surpassed expectations, with estimates over the three-day run surpassing one million visitors. Subsequent festivals drew even bigger crowds. City officials and others, including media observers and local businesses, saw the apparent economic boost to the city, with the Visitors and Convention Bureau stating that in only its second year, the event had pumped over US$90 million into the local economy.

2001–2002: DEMF growth and controversy

In the festival's second year and beyond, many independently organized and impromptu techno music parties packed Detroit and Windsor-area clubs and makeshift venues early into each morning during the festival's run. Ford Motor Company provided an unprecedented $435,000 for Title sponsorship of the 2001 event, which was renamed the Focus Detroit Electronic Music Festival. This allowed the free-of-charge event to continue to be a gift to the fans and made the festival a profitable venture in its second year. Festival producer Pop Culture Media, with Carol Marvin at the helm, worked with Ford to create a nationwide television ad campaign featuring the music of Detroit Techno founder Juan Atkins. Controversy ensued when producer Carol Marvin reluctantly fired artistic director Carl Craig for breach of contract.

2003–2004: Movement

In January 2003, corrupt city Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick (currently in federal prison) decided, with no notice, to override the Recreation Department (which controls and manages Hart Plaza) and secured Hart Plaza and the Memorial Day weekend dates to Derrick May, who had extensive experience as a touring DJ but no firsthand, large-scale festival production experience. May put a first class team in place, which included a donation by Philadelphia-based P.A.W.N. LASERS, but the biggest hurdle faced by the Festival was the City Of Detroit's withdrawal of $350,000 funding that it had provided in previous years.

The second Movement festival took place in 2004, but despite its public success, the event faced significant financial losses and its fate became uncertain.

2005: Fuse-In

In February 2005, May announced his resignation as festival producer, and the festival once again changed hands. Fellow techno veteran Kevin Saunderson announced plans for a Movement replacement to be called Fuse-In Detroit (later shortened to just Fuse-In, with the tagline "Detroit's Electronic Movement") to be staged Memorial Day Weekend 2005.

Successful negotiations with city officials led to 2005 becoming the first year that an event in Hart Plaza did not have free admission. A total of 41,220 admission passes were sold to Fuse-In visitors. 38,382 daily passes were sold for $10 each, and 2,838 weekend passes, covering the full three days, were sold for $25 each. The City of Detroit collected $1 per pass, and was to have collected 30% of festival profits, but admission pass sales did not recoup the festival's $756,000 budget. [1]

2006–present: Movement

On February 16, 2006, Kevin Saunderson announced that due to financial losses and lack of sufficient promotion, he would not continue to produce the festival in 2006. As of March 23, Paxahau of Detroit, Michigan, an event production company that has worked with Craig, May, and Saunderson, secured the venue and dates from Saunderson to produce the festival under the name "Movement." Paxahau has been producing their festival from 2006 to present, celebrating their 10 year anniversary this year. The 2006 lineup included:

  • Photek, UK jungle DJ
  • Nitzer Ebb, British EBM
  • Pascal F.E.O.S., German techno DJ
  • Derrick Carter, Chicago house music DJ/producer
  • Rob Acid, German acid techno producer
  • Ark, minimal techno DJ/producer and first-time visitor to Detroit
  • Josh Wink, techno DJ/producer
  • The Orb, ambient dub producers
  • Greenskeeper, house music band
  • Brian Kage, Detroit techno producer
  • Tortured Soul, house music band
  • Alex Under, Spanish minimal techno artist
  • Mark Broom, British techno DJ/producer
  • Pantytec, German techno act
  • Detroit Techno Militia|Darkcube/Dan Lucas/T.Linder, Detroit techno artists
  • Planet of the Drums, Dieselboy, DJ Dara, AK1200, MC Messinian, U.S. jungle DJ/MC ensemble
  • Krikor, French minimal techno artist
  • Kruse Kontrol/Joshua Adams, Detroit D&B artist & percussionist
  • Ronin Selecta/Matt Clarke/Teddy MC/MC Flow, Detroit D&B artists
  • Superpitcher, German techno artist/DJ
  • Richie Hawti, Windsor/Berlin techno artist/DJ
  • Collabs: Speedy J/Chris Liebing, European hard techno duo
  • Dandy Jack, Berlin techno artist
  • Eric Cloutier/Drew Maddox, Detroit techno artists
  • Doc Martin, West Coast house music DJ/producer
  • Roy Davis Jr., Chicago acid house DJ/artist
  • Markus Guenter, German ambient/minimal techno artist
  • Klimek, ambient live act
  • Starski and Clutch, Detroit Ghetto Tech & Funk Duo
  • Jay Haze, minimal techno artist
  • Socks and Sandals, making their Detroit debut
  • Jared Wilson, Detroit techno & experimental artist/producer
  • Adam Marshall, international techno DJ/producer
  • Daniel Bell, Detroit minimal techno artist/DJ
  • Jeremy Caulfield, Canadian techno DJ/producer
  • Donald Glaude, West Coast DJ/producer
  • DJ Shortstop & DJ Paul Martindale, Detroit Ghetto Tech DJ's
  • Function and Regis, New York hard techno duo
  • Neil Landstrumm, Veteran Techno producer from Scotland
  • Jeremy Ellis, Detroit-native dance producer [Ubiquity]
  • John Arnold, Detroit-native producer + DJ [Ubiquity]
  • SunTzu Sound, DJ's: AC Lewis, J-Justice, Atlee aka IMC Soul from Seattle
  • The Snowman
  • DJ Godfather, Detroit Ghetto Tech DJ and producer
  • DJ Dick, Detroit Ghetto Tech DJ and Producer
  • Matthew Dear "Audion", Detroit minimal techno artist
  • The Kooky Scientist

2007: Movement

In 2007 the festival took place over a span of three days, May 26-May 28, 2007.

The 2007 lineup included:

  • 3 Chairs (Rick Wilhite + Theo Parrish + Malik Pittman)
  • A Guy Called Gerald
  • Abe Duque
  • Alton Miller
  • Angel Molina
  • Anthony Shake Shakir
  • Anthony Attalla
  • Aux 88
  • Baby Ford
  • Bad Boy Bill
  • Booka Shade
  • Brian Gillespie
  • Brian Sanhaji
  • Butane
  • Charles Webster
  • Christian Smith
  • Chuck Daniels
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Claude Young & Takasi Nakajima
  • D. Diggler
  • Damian Lazarus
  • Delano Smith
  • Digitaline
  • DJ Boogie
  • DJ Dick
  • DJ Godfather
  • DJ Clent
  • DJ Rashad
  • DJ Seoul
  • Evol Intent
  • Gaiser
  • Gary Martin
  • Gridlok
  • Gui Boratto
  • Guido Schnieder
  • Hardfloor
  • Heidi
  • Higher Intelligence Agency
  • Jeff Greinke
  • Jeff Mills
  • John Acquaviva & Dan Diamond
  • Kate Simko
  • Kenny Larkin
  • Kerri Chandler
  • Kevin Saunderson
  • King Britt
  • Lazy Fat People (Mirko + Ripperton)
  • Lee Curtiss
  • Loco Dice
  • Losoul
  • Luciano
  • Malik Alston
  • Mampi Swift + IC3
  • Marco Carola
  • Mathew Jonson
  • Matthew Dear as Audion
  • Matt C
  • Matt Clarke + MC Flow
  • MD! + Bombscare
  • Michael Mayer
  • Milieu
  • Misstress Barbara
  • Juan Atkins|Model 500
  • Monolake
  • Moodymann
  • Norm Talley
  • Octave One
  • Paco Osuna
  • Pepe Lanzoni
  • Pier Bucci
  • Pole
  • Rhythm & Sound
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Robert Rich
  • Robin Judge
  • Ryan Crosson
  • Sassmouth
  • Scan 7
  • Seth Troxler
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Steve Bug
  • Vladislav Delay
  • The Kooky Scientist (opening party)

2008: Movement

In 2008 the festival took place over a three-day span, May 24-May 26, 2008. Ticket prices this year were set at $40 presale or $55 at the door for a weekend pass, and $175 for a VIP Pass.

The 2008 lineup included:

  • Aaron-Carl Ragland (featuring Veronique & DJ E. Dubb)
  • Alex Smoke
  • Alex Under
  • Alland Byallo
  • Alton Miller
  • Andy Toth
  • Benny Benassi
  • Big Joe Hix
  • Brian Kage & Luke Hess as "Reference"
  • Carl Craig
  • Carlos Souffront
  • Cassy
  • Cobblestone Jazz
  • Darkcube
  • Davide Squillace
  • DBX
  • Deadmau5
  • Deepchord Presents Echospace
  • Derek Plaslaiko
  • Derrick Thompson (aka Drivetrain)
  • Dieselboy (featuring MC Messinian)
  • Drew Pompa
  • Dubfire
  • Ectomorph
  • Egyptian Lover
  • Electrobounce.Com Presents Databass Ghetto Tech
  • Eric Johnston
  • Gabe Real
  • Girl Talk
  • Guillaume Coutou Dumont|Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts
  • Half Hawaii
  • Hearthrob
  • James Zabiela
  • Jay Spliff
  • Jared Wilson
  • Jerry Abstract
  • John Johr
  • Joris Voorn
  • Josh Dahlberg
  • Josh Wink
  • Justin Kruse (aka Kruse Kontrol)
  • Justin Long
  • Keith Worthy
  • Kenneth Thomas
  • Kenny Larkin
  • Kevin Saunderson
  • Kill Memory Crash
  • Konrad Black
  • Lawnchair Generals
  • Lee Burridge
  • Magda
  • Marco Corola
  • Mark Farina
  • Mathias Kaden
  • Matthew Hawtin
  • MD! featuring Bombscare
  • Michael Geiger
  • Mike Grant
  • Miles Maeda
  • Minx
  • Moby
  • Mr. De'
  • Mr. Mixx (Tha 808 King)
  • Newcleus
  • Nospectacle (Christopher McNamara, Walter Wasacz, and Jennifer Paull)
  • Number 9
  • Oscar Mulero
  • Paco Osuna
  • Par Grindvik
  • Paul Martindale
  • Patrick Russell
  • Paul Ritch
  • Peanut Butter Wolf
  • Pete Rock
  • Punisher
  • Reggie "Hotmix" Harrell
  • Rex Sepulveda
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Rich Korach
  • Ronin Selecta
  • Shawn Michaels
  • Soundmurderer
  • Speedy J (featuring Scott Pagano VJ)
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Detroit Techno Militia|T.Linder
  • Tech Itch
  • Terrence Parker
  • The Cool Kids
  • The Nick Speed Collection
  • Tim Baker
  • Twonz
  • Tycho
  • Yos
  • ZIP

2009: Movement

The 2009 lineup included:

  • Adam Beyer
  • Adultnapper
  • Afrika Bambaataa
  • Al Ester
  • Anthony Attalla
  • Anthony Rother - live
  • Bad Boy Bill
  • Bassnectar
  • Benga
  • Benny Benassi
  • Busy P
  • Buzz Goree
  • Carl Cox
  • Carl Craig
  • Chloe Harris
  • Chuck Gibson a.k.a. Perception – live
  • Craig Gonzalez
  • Damian Lazarus
  • Delano Smith
  • Dennis Ferrer
  • Derrick May
  • Drumcell
  • Ellen Allien
  • Exchange Bureau - live
  • Flying Lotus
  • François K
  • Frankie Vega
  • Glitch Mob - live
  • Guy Gerber
  • Heidi
  • Henrik Schwarz, AME and Dixon present: Innervisions Live: a critical mass
  • Jay Denham
  • Kero
  • Kevin Reynolds - live
  • Kevin Saunderson
  • Krazy Baldhead - live
  • Lee Curtiss
  • Loco Dice vs. Luciano
  • Los Hermanos
  • Luke Hess
  • Lusine
  • Mark Kinchen|Mark "MK" Kinchen & Scotty Deep - live
  • Marco Carola
  • Mieka du Franx
  • Mike Clark
  • Mike Huckaby
  • Neil Landstrumm - live
  • Nic Fanciulli
  • Nikola Baytala
  • Octave One - live
  • Onur Ozer
  • Osunlade
  • Rick Wade
  • RJD2
  • Seth Troxler
  • Seoul vs Linder 2x4
  • Shaun Reeves
  • Steve Bug
  • The Sight Below - live
  • Tiefschwarz
  • Tiga
  • Wighnomy Bros
  • Will Webb
  • Z-Trip

2010: Movement

Movement 2010 took place May 29–31, 2010. This was the 10th anniversary of Detroit's yearly electronic music festival. Plastikman confirmed his appearance on his official website. www.plastikman.com Other confirmed artists include Mr. Scruff, Ida Engberg, Jamie Jones, and Woody McBride.

The 2010 lineup included:

  • Acid Didj
  • Agoria
  • Anthony "Shake" Shakir
  • A-Trak
  • Barem
  • Booka Shade
  • Cassy
  • Chris Liebing
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Dan Bain
  • Derrick Carter
  • Derrick May
  • Dj Dick
  • Dj Godfather
  • Dj Hype
  • Dj Koze
  • DJ Pandullo
  • DJ Pierre
  • DJ Sneak
  • DJ Torpez
  • dOP – Live
  • DZ feat. Toophaced
  • Excision
  • Francesco Tristano - Live
  • Gabe Real & Ian Desmond
  • Ghostland Observatory
  • Greg Gow
  • Hudson Mohawke
  • Ida Engberg
  • Inner City
  • Inxec
  • ItaloBoyz
  • Jake Childs
  • Jamie Jones
  • Jeff Risk
  • Jennifer Xerri
  • Jenny Lafemme
  • Joel Mull
  • John Acquaviva
  • John Johr
  • John Ryan (Dr. Disko Dust), Ron Zakrin (Goudron) and Ian Clark (Perspects, Le Car) – Live (The band later became known as Ze Dark Park)
  • Josh Wink
  • Kenny Larkin - Live
  • Kenneth Thomas
  • Kelli Hand -K-Hand
  • Kid Sister - Live
  • Kirk Degiorgio
  • Kraak & Smaak
  • Kyle Hall
  • Larry Heard
  • Luke Hess - Live
  • Magda
  • Mark Ernestus (Rhythm & Sound)
  • Mauro Picotto
  • Marco Carola
  • Martin Buttrich - Live
  • Martinez Bros
  • Martyn
  • Matthew Hawtin
  • Mauro Picotto
  • Michael Mayer
  • Minx
  • Monty Luke
  • Mortiz Von Oswald Trio – Live
  • Motel Connection – Live
  • Mr. Scruff*Onur Ozer
  • Niko Marks – Live
  • Orlando Voorn – Live
  • Paco Osuna
  • Patrice Scott
  • Phat Kat & Guilty Simpson w/ Will Sessions – Live
  • Plastikman
  • Pretty Lights - Live
  • Psycatron
  • Punisher
  • Radio Slave
  • Recloose
  • Rex Sepulveda
  • Ricardo Villalobos (didn´t show up)
  • Rick Wilhite
  • Rob Hood - Live
  • Rolando
  • Ryan Crosson
  • Scion - Live
  • Secrets - Live
  • Sean Deason
  • Shawn Michaels
  • Simian Mobile Disco - dj set
  • Sinistarr w/ MC Teddy & Bombscare
  • Shigeto
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Starski&Clutch
  • Stylophonic
  • Theo Parish
  • Woody Mcbride
  • Yos

2011: Movement

Movement 2011 was held on May 28–30, 2011 and took place at Hart Plaza in Detroit, Michigan; the same location as every year since its inception. Featured artists this year include Fatboy Slim, Carl Craig, Beardyman, Felix da Housecat, and Skrillex. This year's "secret artist" listed on the lineup is Ricardo Villalobos, who, to the disappointment of many, was not allowed entrance into the US last year.

The 2011 lineup included:

  • 69 (Carl Craig)
  • Adam Beyer
  • Al Ester
  • Ambivalent
  • Ana Sia
  • Anthony Attalla
  • Aril Brikha
  • Art Department
  • Ataxia
  • Aux 88
  • B. Bravo
  • Beardyman
  • Ben Klock
  • Boo Williams
  • Brian "Starski" Gillespie
  • Bruce Bailey
  • Calvertron and Figure
  • Carl Craig
  • Chuck Daniels
  • Cio D’Or
  • Clark Warner
  • Claude Young
  • Com Truise
  • Dabura
  • Daedelus
  • Dam-Funk & Master Blazter
  • Deepchord presents Echospace
  • Delano Smith
  • Deniz Kurtel
  • District 909
  • DJ Cent
  • DJ Godfather
  • DJ Harvey
  • DJ T-1000
  • DJ Three
  • DJ X-Change
  • Dr. Atmo
  • Detroit Techno Militia -DTM 5×5
  • Dubfire
  • Elliot Lipp
  • Eric Johnson
  • Erika
  • Fatboy Slim
  • Felix Da Housecat
  • Flying Lotus
  • Franki Juncaj (aka DJ 3000)
  • Gaiser
  • Gaslamp Killer
  • Glenn Underground
  • Goldie
  • Green Velvet
  • Guti
  • Heartthrob
  • Hudson Mohawke
  • James Zabiela
  • John Collins
  • JPLS
  • Justin Martin
  • Kero
  • Kerri Chandler
  • Little Dragon
  • Livio & Roby
  • Loco Dice
  • Marc Houle
  • Marcel Dettmann
  • Margaret Dygas
  • Mark Flash
  • Martin Buttrich
  • Matt Clarke
  • Matthew Hawtin
  • Metro Area
  • Michael Geiger
  • Mike Brown
  • Mike Servito
  • MiM0SA
  • Minx
  • Monolake Surround
  • N-Ter
  • Nospectacle with Markus Guentner
  • Paranormal
  • Tek
  • Paul Kalkbrenner
  • Pearson Sound / Ramadanman
  • Pulshar
  • Reference - Brian Kage & Luke Hess
  • Ricardo Villalobos
  • Richard Devine
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Ryan Elliot
  • Sammy Dee
  • Scuba
  • Secrets
  • Shlomi Aber
  • Skrillex
  • Soul Clap
  • Space Dimension Controller
  • Space Time Continuum
  • Steve Rachmad
  • Sven Väth
  • Terrence Parker
  • The Dirtbombs
  • The Siege
  • tINI
  • Tortured Soul
  • Traversable Wormhole
  • Venetian Snares
  • Victor Calderone
  • Visionquest

2012: Movement

Movement 2012 was held on May 26–28, 2012 at Hart Plaza in Detroit, Michigan; the same location as every year since its inception.

The 2012 lineup included:

  • Actress
  • Adam Jay
  • Adventure Club
  • AvA
  • Andres
  • araabMUZIK
  • Benoit & Sergio
  • Bok Bok
  • Brenmar
  • Brian Gillespie
  • Busy P (Replaced by Gold Panda)
  • Calico
  • Camea
  • Carl Craig
  • Carlo Lio
  • Cassy
  • Claude VonStroke
  • Chris Liebing
  • Dwayne Jensen | Dru Ruiz
  • Damian Lazurus
  • Daniel Andres
  • Danny Daze
  • Davide Squillace
  • Derrick Carter
  • Derek Plaslaiko
  • Dillon Francis
  • DJ Godfather
  • DJ KA$HLESS/ Oliver Wholes
  • DJ Psycho
  • DJ Sneak
  • dOP
  • Dopplereffekt
  • Droog
  • Dru Ruiz
  • Dwayne Jensen
  • Earl Mixxin Mckinney
  • Eddie Fowlkes
  • Erno The Inferno
  • FaltyDL
  • Filsonik b2b Patrick (NY)
  • Gold Panda
  • Greg Wilson
  • GRiZ
  • Heidi
  • Hot Natured: Jamie Jones & Lee Foss
  • Ian Pooley
  • Josh Harrison
  • Jay Haze
  • Josh Wink
  • Juan Atkins
  • Jesse Rose
  • Jimmy Edgar
  • John Arnold
  • Kevin Saunderson
  • Keys N Krates
  • Kyle Hall b2b Jay Daniel
  • Lindstrom
  • Loco Dice
  • Maceo Plex
  • Major Lazer
  • Malik Alston
  • Mathew Jonson
  • Matias Aguayo
  • Marcellus Pittman
  • Marco Carola
  • Mark Farina (Mushroom Jazz set)
  • Maya Jane Coles
  • Michal Menert
  • Michael Mayer
  • Mike Huckaby
  • Minnesota
  • MK
  • Monty Luke
  • Mr. C
  • Mr. Oizo (Could not show due to movie production)
  • Mykel Waters
  • Nadastrom
  • Nic Fanciulli b2b Joris Voorn
  • Nina Kraviz
  • No Regular Play
  • OktoRed
  • Phil Agosta
  • Photek
  • Pirahnahead
  • Project 313
  • Pursuit Grooves
  • Radio Slave
  • Rick Wilhite
  • Roni Size
  • Ryan Richards
  • Salva
  • Seth Troxler b2b Guy Gerber
  • SBTRKT
  • Slow Hands
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Steve Bug
  • Subb-an
  • Tale of Us
  • Tiger and Woods
  • Tony Ollivierra
  • The Martinez Brothers
  • Todd Terje
  • Two Fresh
  • Wolf + Lamb
  • Zeds Dead (Replacing Mr. Oizo)

2013: Movement

Movement 2013 took place on May 25–27, once again in Hart Plaza. The lineup for the 2013 edition of the festival includes the following 116 acts:

  • 16 Bit Lolitas
  • A Tribe Called Red
  • Adult. – live
  • Al Ester
  • Alton Miller
  • Amtrac
  • Andy C
  • Annie Hall
  • Art Department
  • Ataxia
  • Audion – live
  • Azari & III – live
  • Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann
  • Ben Sims
  • Benjamin Damage - live
  • Big Chocolate
  • Big Gigantic – live
  • Bill Patrick
  • Break Science – live
  • Brendon Moeller aka Echologist
  • Brodinski
  • Bruce Bailey
  • Buzz Goree
  • Cajmere
  • Calico
  • Carl Craig
  • Carlos Souffront
  • Chris Malinchak
  • Chuck Daniels
  • Circa Tapes
  • Corbin Davis
  • Dabrye
  • Dan Wagner
  • Daniel Bell
  • Dantiez Saunderson
  • Dave Clarke
  • Deadbeat
  • Deastro - live
  • Dennis Ferrer
  • Derrick May & Kevin Saunderson – The High Tech Soul Concept
  • DJ Minx featuring Diviniti and Eva Soul
  • Don Dada – DJ Godfather and DJ Zebo
  • DJ Hatcha
  • Downlink
  • Drumcell
  • Dubfire
  • DVS1
  • Ellen Allien
  • Erika – live
  • Francois K
  • George FitzGerald
  • Gesaffelstein
  • Gramatik
  • Gregor Tresher – live
  • GRiZ – live
  • Hector
  • J.Phlip
  • Jason Kendig
  • John Digweed
  • K@Dog
  • Kidnap Kid
  • Laura Jones
  • Lucy
  • Luke Slater / P.A.S. – live
  • Maetrik
  • Magda
  • Mala
  • Masters at Work – Kenny Dope & Louie Vega
  • Matador – live
  • Matt Tolfrey
  • Midnite Jackers
  • Miguel Campbell
  • Mike Parker
  • Milkman
  • Moby – dj set
  • Moodymann
  • Mr. Joshooa
  • Nick Hook
  • Nicolas Jaar – live
  • Nicole Moudaber
  • Nina Kraviz
  • NiT GriT
  • Noisia
  • Onra
  • Paco Osuna
  • Paper Diamond
  • Phantasmagoria – live
  • Reference – live
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Ronin Selecta w/ Bombscare
  • Rrose
  • Ryan Elliott
  • Samo Sound Boy
  • Sandoz with Marcus Flow
  • Shigeto
  • Silent Servant
  • Sinistarr
  • Slam
  • Soul Clap
  • Squarepusher – live
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Steffi
  • Steve Rachmad
  • Stone Owl
  • SuperVision
  • System of Survival
  • T.Williams
  • Tensnake
  • Terrence Parker
  • The Bug – live
  • The M Machine – live
  • TOKiMONSTA
  • Tommy Four Seven
  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – live
  • Truncate
  • xxxy

2014: Movement

Movement 2014 will take place on May 24–26, once again in Hart Plaza. The lineup for the 2014 edition of the festival will include the following 121 acts

  • Action Bronson
  • Adam X - live
  • Adriatique
  • Altstadt Echo
  • Amp Fiddler - Live
  • Andres
  • Anthony Shake Shakir|Anthony “Shake” Shakir
  • Appian
  • Aran Daniels
  • Asher Perkins
  • Baauer
  • Ben Negative
  • Benoit & Sergio - live
  • Bicep
  • Black Asteroid - live
  • BMG
  • Bonobo (DJ Set)
  • Boys Noize
  • Brian Sanhaji - live
  • Carl Cox
  • Carl Craig
  • Dantiez Saunderson
  • DBX - live
  • Deadbeat
  • Delano Smith
  • Dixon
  • DJ 3000
  • DJ Godfather b2b DJ Zebo feat: MC Flipside
  • DJ Hyperactive
  • DJ Marky
  • DJ Minx
  • DJ Psycho
  • DJ Snake
  • DJ Sneak
  • Donor
  • Detroit Techno Militia-DTM 2x4 DJ Seoul & T. Linder
  • Dustin Zahn
  • Ed Rush & Optical
  • Eddie Fowlkes
  • Escort - live
  • Exhale
  • Flosstradamus
  • Function - live
  • Gabi
  • Golf Clap
  • Green Velvet
  • Heathered Pearls
  • Heidi
  • Jacques Greene - live
  • Jamie Jones (DJ)
  • Jeff Mills
  • Jimmy Edgar
  • John Digweed
  • Julio Bashmore
  • Just Blaze
  • Justin Martin
  • Keith Kemp
  • Kenny Larkin
  • Kevin Reynolds - live
  • Kevin Saunderson presents ORIGINS
  • Kode9
  • Konkrete Jungle Detroit
  • Lee Foss
  • Loco Dice
  • Los Hermanos - live
  • Luis Flores
  • Maceo Plex
  • Malik Alston - live
  • Marco Carola
  • Marques Wyatt
  • Martin Buttrich
  • Max Cooper
  • May Roosevelt
  • Metro Area - live
  • Michael Mayer
  • Miguel Migs
  • Mike Huckaby
  • Monoloc
  • Monty Luke
  • Moon Boots
  • Moritz Von Oswald
  • Move D
  • Nightwave
  • Niko Marks - live
  • Octave One - live
  • Orphx - live
  • Oscar Mulero
  • Perseus
  • Pete Tong
  • Project 313 - live
  • Rai Knight
  • Raíz
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Riff Raff
  • Robert Hood - live
  • Ryan Hemsworth
  • Sean Deason
  • Secrets - live
  • Seth Troxler
  • Shackleton - live
  • Shadowbox - live
  • Shaun Reeves
  • Simian Mobile Disco
  • Skream
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Stacey “Hotwaxx” Hale
  • Tale Of Us
  • Terrence Dixon
  • The Martinez Brothers
  • Tiga
  • tINI
  • Tourist
  • UR Presents: Timeline - live
  • Voices From The Lake - live
  • Zeitgeber (Speedy J & Lucy)

2016: Movement

  • Adam Beyer
  • Ame
  • Art Department
  • Boys Noize
  • Caribou
  • Carl Craig
  • Chris Liebing
  • DJ Pierre
  • Dubfire
  • Eddie Fowlkes
  • Four Tet
  • Get Real
  • Guy Gerber
  • J.Phlip
  • John Digweed
  • Borderland
  • Justin Martin
  • Kevin Saunderson
  • Lco Dice
  • Maceo Plex
  • Magda
  • Matador
  • Marc Kinchen (MK)
  • Nic Fanciulli
  • Nina Kraviz
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Seth Troxler
  • Stacey Pullen
  • Tale of Us
  • Andrei Morant
  • Anja Sneider
  • Bruce Bailey
  • Davide Squilace
  • Delano Smith
  • DeWalta & Shannon
  • DJ Tennis
  • Ellen Allien
  • Guti
  • Heidi
  • Hito
  • Honey Soundsystem
  • Job Jobse
  • Kyle Geiger
  • La Fleur
  • Lee Curtiss
  • Marc Houle
  • Mike Huckaby
  • Mister Joshooa
  • No Regular Play
  • Paul Woolford
  • Project 313
  • Ryan Crosson
  • Scuba
  • Shan Reeves
  • Sonja Moonear
  • The Black Madonna
  • tINI
  • Will Sessions
  • Amp Fiddler
  • Zip
  • 2AMFM
  • Abbe & Toth
  • Al Ester
  • Alex Metric
  • Art Payne & Keith Martin
  • Barem
  • Big Freedia
  • Bixel Boys
  • Bjarki
  • Nrian Gillespie
  • Calico
  • Carlos Souffront
  • Chuck Daniels
  • Claude Young
  • DaM Funk
  • Dilemma
  • DJ Funk
  • DJ Godfather
  • DJ Seoul
  • Dub Phizix $ MC Strategy
  • Ectomorph
  • Eddie C
  • Fit Siegel
  • Gay Marvine
  • Israel Vines
  • Jared Wilson
  • Jay Denham
  • Jeff Risk
  • Joseph Capriati
  • Josh Pan
  • Kenny Dope
  • Kill the Noise
  • Kyle Hall
  • Laceration Selekta
  • Len Faki
  • Loren
  • Mark 8en Moss
  • Marshall Applewhite
  • Matthew Dear
  • MC Bombscare
  • Mija
  • Mike Servito
  • Derek Plaslaiko
  • Modeselektor
  • Niko Maks
  • Patrick Russell
  • Pontchartrain
  • Rebecca Goldberg
  • Rezz
  • Rickers
  • Ryan McCray
  • RZA
  • Scott Zacharias
  • Shade P
  • Slink
  • Stacey Hale
  • Stone Owl
  • The Friend
  • The Saunderson Brothers
  • Tiga
  • Tin Man
  • Vindata
  • What So Not
  • Wheez-ie
  • Zelooperz

Attendance

Historically, attendance of events held in Hart Plaza has often been reported as being well in excess of the venue's capacity of 40,000 people, even when crowds were counted by police and city officials. The reported attendance estimates for the electronic music festival were as follows:

  • DEMF 2000: 1.1 to 1.5 million *
  • DEMF 2001: 1.7 million *
  • DEMF 2002: 1.7 million *
  • Movement 2003: 630,000
  • Movement 2004: 150,000 **
  • Fuse-In 2005: 44,920 ***
  • Movement 2006: 41,000 ****
  • Movement 2007: 43,337 *****
  • Movement 2008: 75,000 *****
  • Movement 2009: 83,322
  • Movement 2010: 95,000
  • Movement 2011: 99,282
  • Movement 2012: 107,343


* Based on visual estimates by police and city officials, and conceded by city officials in 2003 to be an overly generous estimate.

** Reported by police on May 30, 2005.

*** 41,220 ticketholders, plus 3,700 DJs, VIPs, and press, reported by The Detroit News and The Detroit Free Press on June 2, 2005.

**** 41,000 tickets, quoted by Kevin Saunderson in Big Shot magazine

***** Reported by The Detroit Free Press on May 27, 2008.




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