DETROIT – Producers on Wednesday announced 45 additional artists, filling out the lineup for the 2014 Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit.

The 2013 event drew over 107,000 people from around the globe to Detroit — the birthplace of techno — and organizers say this year’s Memorial Day weekend event promises to be the best one yet.

The loaded phase two lineup features some of electronic music’s most illustrious artists and crossover acts, including Techno giants, Marco Carola, Boys Noize, Maceo Plex; trap music stars and MAD DECENT label mates, Baauer, RiFF RAFF, DJ Snake, Flosstradamus; and hip-hop super producer, Just Blaze.

The festival features five outdoor stages; more than 100 artists — including rising talents, local heavyweights and pioneering legends; a posh VIP setting located behind the main stage; dozens of official afterparties; an interactive technology center featuring the hottest gear in the industry; and art displays.

The phase two lineup includes, in alphabetical order: 

Bonobo (DJ Set)
Boys Noize
Claude VonStroke
Daniel Avery – live
Dantiez Saunderson
DBX – live
DJ Godfather b2b DJ Zebo; feat. MC Flipside
DJ Snake
Ed Rush & Optical
Function – live
Golf Clap
Green Velvet
Jamie xx
Jacques Greene – live
Jimmy Edgar
John Digweed
Julio Bashmore
Just Blaze
Kevin Reynolds – live
Kevin Saunderson
Konkrete Jungle Detroit
Maceo Plex
Malik Alston – live
Marco Carola
Martin Buttrich – live
Michael Mayer
Moon Boots
Move D
Niko Marks – live
Orphx – live
Oscar Mulero
Robert Hood – live
Ryan Hemsworth
Tourist – live
Voices from the Lake – live

The 45 artists listed above join the list of 49 artists previously announced, late last year. (See the phase one artist list, HERE).

The event takes place May 24-26, 2014, in Detroit’s Hart Plaza.

The cost for a three-day weekend pass is $110 and grants fans general admission access to the festival grounds with in-and-out privileges. The cost for a three-day $230 VIP offers some extra perks.

Tickets for Movement are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the Movement website. You can also keep up with the latest festival information on Facebook.


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