Partying in Motor City just got a bit better: Detroit Movement Electronic Music Festival has just announced the second wave of artists for its Memorial Day Weekend techno-leaning festival. Phase 1 gave us Ben Klock, Carl Craig, Derrick May & Kevin Saunderson, Digweed, and Hawtin. Phase 2 kicks off the next round with Brodinski & Gessafelstein, Ellen Allein, Louie Vega, Moodymann, Stacey Pullen and even bassier choices like Paper Diamond, Gramatik, and Griz. No word on whether there is a final phase to be announced, but if you’re already convinced, pick up your tickets here.
(Protip: this festival isn’t going to break the bank — a three-day pass is only $79!)
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