Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival has revealed the first phase of its 2013 lineup. The techno-focused festival will take place May 25th through May 27th, and brings in some of the biggest names in the underground electronic music world.
So far the artist lineup includes legends Richie Hawtin and John Digweed, rising star George Fitzgerald, Maceo Plex’s infamous techno alias Maetrik, and many more. Movement is a festival that strays from the glitz and glamour and focuses on the music, the vibes, and the people. The festivities take place 24/7 and have plenty of parties that surround the entire Memorial Day weekend. Tickets are on sale at Movement’s website. Click past the break for the official festival teaser trailer.
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