Movement Detroit 2017 Announces Phase 2

Movement Detroit 2017 Announces Phase 2 Lineup Featuring: Deadmau5 as Testpilot, Richie Hawtin, Juicy J and more. Movement Detroit, happens May 27-29.

Following Movement Detroit’s 2017 initial lineup announcement, which included Monday’s Main Stage headliner Carl Cox as well as The Belleville Three, Adam Beyer, Barclay Crenshaw, Danny Brown, Dixon and many more, the festival organizers are excited to reveal over 40 additional acts to its 2017 lineup, bringing this year’s billing to 113 performances. Today’s Phase 2 Lineup announcement features world-renowned electronic music artist and producer deadmau5 under his Testpilot alias as Sunday’s Main Stage headliner and Techno pioneer Richie Hawtin as Saturday’s Main Stage headliner. Movement returns to Detroit’s legendary Hart Plaza on Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-29, 2017.

It’s been nearly four years since deadmau5 performed under his Techno-driven namesake, which he premiered alongside fellow Canadian and festival favorite Richie Hawtin at SXSW in 2013. Following their performance, Testpilot released “Sunspot (White Space Conflict)” on Hawtin’s Plus 8 Records. This also marks the second time the mau5trap label boss has performed at Movement (his first performance was in 2008 as deadmau5).

Other notable acts at Movement Detroit 2017 announced today include: Juicy J, the Memphis-born hip-hop icon and founding member of group Three 6 Mafia; and a special performance by Detroit’s own Carl Craig as Carl Craig presents Versus Synthesizer Ensemble. The complete list of Phase 2 acts can be found below.

The 43 performances announced today, in alphabetical order, are as follows:

Asher Perkins
Ataxia – live
Ben Sims b2b Truncate
Brian Kage
BXT – live
Cajmere
Carl Craig presents Versus Synthesizer Ensemble
Distal
DJ Deep
DJ Minx
Dru Ruiz
DVS1
Gary Chandler
The Gaslamp Killer
Haz Mat – live
Heidi
Honey Dijon
InSOUL
John Arnold – live
John “Jammin” Collins
John Johr
Juicy J
Keith Kemp
Mind Against
Octave One – live
Octo Octa
Paco Osuna
Rebekah Hybrid Set
Red Axes (DJ set)
Remote Viewing Party
Richie Hawtin
The Saunderson Brothers
Scan 7 – live
Seth Troxler
STERAC
S U R V I V E
Terrence Dixon as Population One – live
Terrence Parker feat. Merachka
Testpilot
Thomas Barnett aka Groove Slave
Thundercat
TT The Artist
Twin Cousin

Today’s lineup is in addition to the Phase 1 announcement, which included (in alphabetical order): Adam Beyer, Alton Miller, Altstadt Echo, Ambivalent, ANNA, Anthony Jimenez, Audion – live, AX&P (Adam X & Perc), Barclay Crenshaw, The Belleville Three, Ben Klock, Carl Cox, Carl Craig, Cassy, Chris Liebing, Coyu, Daniel Avery, Danny Brown, Death In Vegas present Transmission – live, Dixon, DJ Harvey, DJ Hyperactive, DJ Psycho, DJ Seoul, Dopplereffekt – live, Drumcell, Dusky, Earl “Mixxin” McKinney, Earl Sweatshirt, Factory Floor – live, Francesca Lombardo, Function – live, Golf Clap, Headless Horseman – live, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Josh Wink, Kai Alcé, Kate Simko, Keith Worthy, Kerri Chandler, Kevin Saunderson as E-Dancer – live, Larry Heard aka Mr. Fingers – live, Leon Vynehall, Luke Hess, Mathew Jonson – live, Matrixxman, Michael Mayer, Mirko Loko, Mount Kimbie – live, Nicole Moudaber, Norm Talley, Orphx – live, Pan-Pot, Paranoid London – live, Patrick Topping b2b Nathan Barato, Project 313 – live, Recondite – live, River Tiber, Robert Hood – live, Rodriguez Jr. – live, Rrose – live, Ryan Elliott, Sheefy McFly, Shiba San, Sleeparchive – live, Soul Clap Live feat. Amp Fiddler, Stacey Pullen, Teklife: DJ Spinn & DJ Taye, Waajeed

About Movement
The Movement Electronic Music Festival takes place every Memorial Day weekend inside Hart Plaza – Detroit’s riverfront destination. The festival features: More than 110 of electronic music’s most illustrious artists performing in the birthplace of Techno; six outdoor stages; engaging art displays curated by top talent; a posh VIP setting located behind the Main Stage; an interactive technology center featuring the industry’s top electronic music instrument makers; and stellar additional programming each night after the festival closes, with dozens of official after-parties at several of the city’s various clubs and event spaces. Over 30,000 people a day from around the globe attended the 2016 festival.