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Movement Detroit 2016: Full Lineup & Schedule

The full Movement Detroit festival schedule is out! This is the 10th year Paxahau is running Movement and they have stacked the lineup with international and local giants. With over 120 performances and six stages, Hart Plaza will be filled with electronic goodness.

Legendary electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk are headlining this year on Saturday (May 28) on the Movement Main Stage, featuring the group's critically acclaimed 3-D show(shown as Kraftwerk 3-D). For those Detroiters that have been kicking themselves for missing Kraftwerk at the Masonic Temple last year, this is your second chance, take it! On closing day (Monday May 30), Modeselektor will be wrapping up the weekend with a live set on the Movement Main Stage.

Movement Detroit 2016 Highlights:

Saturday (May 28) lineup highlights:

Kraftwerk – 3–D, Maceo Plex, DâM-FunK – DJ set, Kenny Dope, Four Tet, Caribou, Matthew Dear, Stacey Pullen, Seth Troxler, Carl Craig, Nic Fanciulli, Guti – live,
Ectomorph – live

Sunday (May 29) lineup highlights:
dubfire:live HYBRID, RZA feat. Stone Mecca, Loco Dice, Adam Beyer,
The Black Madonna, Tiga, Art Department, Eddie Fowlkes, Ellen Allien, Heidi, Mija, What So Not,
Kill The Noise, Âme – DJ set, Tale of Us, Magda, Mike Huckaby
Monday (May 30) lineup highlights:
Modeselektor – live, Get Real: Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke, Kevin Saunderson,
Boys Noize, Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, Guy Gerber, John Digweed, DJ Pierre,

Nina Kraviz, MK (Marc Kinchen), tINI, J.Phlip, Joseph Capriati

 If you haven't bought your ticket yet, grab them now.  Single-Day tickets are available, starting at $75 , 3-Day GA Weekend Passes $175, and 3-Day VIP Weekend Passes $300. Movement officials have encouraged fans to get their tickets in advance as GA reached near capacity and VIP sold out in 2015.
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