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MOVEMENT 2018: The Line-up

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MOVEMENT 2018: The Line-up

Tell your friends and start making plans for Memorial Day weekend – here’s the line-up for the 2018 Movement Music Festival.

Movement Music Festival, one of the longest-running and most-acclaimed music festivals in the world, is excited to announce the full lineup for 2018, led by Movement Stage Closers: Dirtybird boss and festival favorite Claude VonStroke, a rare b2b performance by Loco Dice and The Martinez Brothers, and a special performance by all nine members of the Wu-Tang Clan celebrating the legendary hip-hop group’s 25th anniversary and their classic debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Detroit’s annual three-day revelry returns to Hart Plaza on Memorial Day weekend, May 26-28, 2018.

3-Day General Admission Ticket ($175)
3-Day VIP Ticket ($320)

 

The 88 performances in alphabetical order:

Ø [Phase]
Andrés
Antenes
Anthony Parasole
Aurora Halal (live)
Avalon Emerson
BADBADNOTGOOD
Beautiful Swimmers
Bevlove
Black Noi$e
Blake Baxter (live)
Carl Craig
Carlos Souffront b2b Bill Converse
Charlotte de Witte
Christian Smith
Chuck Daniels
Clark Warner
Claude VonStroke
Count Mack
Delano Smith
Diplo
DJ 3000
DJ Godfather
DJ Holographic
DJ Hype b2b Hazard
DJ Premier
DJ Stingray
Dubfire
Eats Everything
Ectomorph (live)
Ed Rush & Optical
Eddie Fowlkes
Ellen Allien
Eris Drew
Fisher
Gaiser (live)
Gene Farris
Golf Clap
Helena Hauff
Hito
Ida Engberg
Inner City (live)
J.Phlip
John Digweed
John “Jammin” Collins
Joseph Capriati
Justin Martin
Kenny Larkin
Kevin Saunderson
KiNK (live)
Kweku Saunderson
Laurent Garnier
Latmun
Lee Burridge
Loco Dice b2b The Martinez Brothers
Luciano
Maceo Plex
MANIK
Marcel Dettmann
Marco Shuttle
Mark Flash
Marshall Applewhite
Mija
Mike Huckaby
Milan Ariel (live)
Modeselektor (DJ set)
Nastia
Nina Kraviz
Öona Dahl
Patrick Russell
PHUTURE (live)
Radio Slave
REZZ
Seth Troxler
Shady P
Shigeto (live)
Solardo
Stacey “Hotwaxx” Hale
Stacey Pullen
Steve Bicknell
Stone Owl (live)
The Saunderson Brothers
Tiga
Todd Osborn
Too Short
Waajeed (live)
Will Sessions and Amp Fiddler featuring Dames Brown
Wu-Tang Clan 25th Anniversary

 

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