Fusicology on May 12, 2010with 1 comments
Fusicology is pleased to announce its support of the the 11th Annual Detroit Movement Festival as an official media partner of the electronic music festival that takes place each Memorial Day Weekend in May at Detroit’s Hart Plaza, celebrating Techno music in the city where it was born. Saturday, May 29 through Monday, May 31, from noon til midnight, the beats don’t stop. Experience electronic music being performed by top artists from around the world and join nearly 100,000 revelers for one of biggest parties of 2010!
Founded in 2000 by Detroit DJ and producer, Carl Craig, with music and art business guru, Carol Marvin, the festival has seen several directors, including Techno pioneers Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson, among other local curators. In 2006, Paxahau Promotions Group became the production house behind the Movement Festival, bringing its solid logistics team to helm operations of the world’s annual electronic music pilgrimage to Detroit. 2010‘s festival sees the return of Carl Craig as a lead Creative Director, as well as the return of Ford Motor Company’s Fiesta as title sponsor.
Fusicology will, of course, be on the ground at Movement Festival bringing you live coverage of some of the best sets of the weekend. Highlights we are looking forward to include performances from Model 500 (live), Inner City (live), Richie Hawtin as Plastikman (live), Anthony “Shake” Shakir, A-Trak, DJ Godfather, DJ Sneak, Ghostland Observatory (live), Jennifer Xerri, Jimmy Edgar + John Ryan + Ian Clark (live), Jenny LaFemme, John Acquaviva, John Johr, K-Hand, Kenny Larkin (live), Kid Sister (live), Kirk Degiorgio, Kyle Hall, Larry Heard, Magda, Minx, Mr. Scruff, Niko Marks (live), Patrice Scott, Pretty Lights (live), Phat Kat & Guilty Simpson w/Will Sessions Band (live), Recloose, Rick Wilhite, Stacey Pullen, Starski & Clutch, Theo Parrish and more.
Pre-sale tickets are now available online + at select metro Detroit retailers.
Detroit Travel & Lodging deals and resources here.
+ Fusicology also brings you our annual Detroit Movement Festival Afterparty Guide, hand-picking the hottest dancefloors to check about the Motor City over the long weekend – stay tuned to our weekly Detroit Newsletter for updates!
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