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Paxahau presents MOVEMENT 2009: May 23-25 At Hart Plaza, Detroit

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Paxahau is proud to present Movement 2009 to take place on May 23, 24 and 25, 2009 at Hart Plaza in Detroit, MI. Since 2000, Movement has become the ultimate stage for the city that founded techno music to showcase its electronic music muscle. Last year’s attendance nearly reached 80,000 over three days on Detroit’s Hart Plaza during Memorial Day Weekend, with fans enjoying 36 hours of their favorite electronic music artists and DJs performing on five stages and was named "Festival of the Year" by the readers of URB Magazine.

 

“Every year our goal is to build upon the success of the previous year by bringing the best available local, national and international talent to Detroit in order to create a weekend experience unlike any other in the World,” said Jason Huvaere, president of Paxahau. “Our team spends a lot of time selecting artist and DJs that will appeal to electronic music enthusiasts. This year there will be a major Detroit presence at the festival as well as some performers that rarely set foot on stage in the United States.”

An alphabetical listing of Movement 2009 Artists confirmed to date is as follows:

 

Adam Beyer

Adultnapper

Afrika Bambaataa

Al Ester

Anthony Attalla

Anthony Rother (Live)

Audion (Live)

Bad Boy Bill

Bassnectar

Benga

Benny Benassi

Busy P

Buzz Goree

Carl Cox

Carl Craig

Chloe Harris

Chuck Gibson a.k.a. Perception (Live)

Clark Warner

Craig Gonzalez

Damian Lazarus

Delano Smith

Dennis Ferrer

Derrick May

DJ Deeon

DJ Godfather

DJ Omega

DJ Slugo

Drumcell (Live)

Ellen Allien

Exchange Bureau (Live)

Flying Lotus (Live)

Francois K

Frankie Vega

Guy Gerber (Live)

Heidi

Innervisions Live: a critical mass (Live)

Jay Denham

Kate Simko (Live)

Kero (Live)

Kevin Reynolds (Live)

Kevin Saunderson

Krazy Baldhead (Live)

Lee Curtiss

Liz Copeland

Loco Dice vs. Luciano

Los Hermanos (Live)

Luke Hess (Live)

Lusine

Marc "MK" Kinchen & Scotty Deep (Live)

Marco Carola

Mieka du Franx

Mike Clark

Mike Huckaby

Neil Landstrumm (Live)

Nic Fanciulli

Nikola Baytala

Norm Talley

Octave One (Live)

Osunlade

Rick Wade

RJD2

Ryan Elliott

Seoul vs Linder 2x4

Seth Troxler

Shaun Reeves

Starski & Clutch

Steve Bug

The Glitch Mob (Live)

The Sight Below

Tiefschwarz

Tiga

Wighnomy Bros

Will Web

Z-Trip

 

The Prodigy Invades Movement 2009

The Prodigy will play the official opening party for Movement 2009 at The Fillmore in Detroit on Friday, May 22. Chuck Flask, Paxahau Resident DJ and Evan Evolution will be performing in the State Bar. The doors open at 7 p.m. Early bird tickets for this all ages show are available starting at $20 by visiting www.livenation.com. VIP tickets are available.

 

The group that has had major hits with “Firestarter” and “Smack My doggess Up” is back on the road in support of their new album Invaders Must Die, which reached number one on the UK charts. This is their first U.S. Tour in eight years.

 

Weekend Passes for Movement 2009

Discount presale Movement 2009 weekend passes are available for purchase at www.Paxahau.com for $40. The weekend passes give electronic music fans access to the festival from 12 noon to 12 midnight on May 23, 24, and 25, 2009.

 

About Paxahau

Paxahau is now in its fourth year as producers of Movement. Since 1998 Paxahau has promoted electronic music and has grown to include a web archive, booking agency, record label and an event production company which produces and promotes events all year round. With a network of alliances and resources that span the globe, Paxahau has earned the reputation as a premier promotions group within the electronic music industry. Visit www.paxahau.com.

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Movement 2009 pre-sale weekend passes will only be $45 for three more days then they will increase to $50 on Friday May 15. Movement weekend passes have been selling at a rapid pace. The numbers of passes sold are already double what they were last year at this time.

 

BUY TICKETS NOW

 

Movement 2009 organizers are encouraging electronic music enthusiasts to take advantage of the discount pre-sale weekend pass special. Prices will increase at the gate. They will be:

 

* $30 for an Individual Day Pass

* $60 for a Weekend Pass

* $150 for a VIP Pass

 

Passes can be purchased online at www.wantickets.com. Movement Weekend Passes can also be purchased (cash only) at various locations including: 323East in Royal Oak; Spectacles in Detroit; Record Time in Roseville; and Gramophone in Chicago. VIP tickets can also be purchased at 323 East in Royal Oak and Spectacles in Detroit.

 

www.paxahau.com

www.paxahau.com/movement_blog/

www.myspace.com/detroitmusicfest.com

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Movement 2009 will be the biggest electronic music party Memorial Day Weekend, but there will be an additional 13 Official Movement Parties taking place in Detroit and Windsor starting Friday May 22nd through Monday, May 25.

 

Techno and Electronic Dance music fans love the festival atmosphere,” said Jason Huvaere, Movement festival director, “and we want to keep the party going after the festival so we partnered with some great local promoters to host our official Movement parties.”

 

The most highly anticipated Movement After-Party is the festival’s closing party on Monday, May 25 because it launches the new partnership between Movement Detroit and Movement Torino. It will be the beginning of a new era for both Movement festivals.

 

The partnership between the two festivals was first announced at a press conference at the end of April. Electronic Music icon Derrick May introduced the two groups in 2008 and they began discussing how they could work together to make Movement a global brand.

 

Huvaere has called the partnership “historic” and said the two groups will “work together to promote each other’s festivals and Paxahau will be instrumental in helping them book electronic music artists to perform at Movement Torino.

 

The Official Movement Closing Party on Monday, May 25th, will feature performances by Krakatoa, Benny Benassi and many more. Doors to Plan B Nightclub located at 205 W. Congress open at 10 p.m. The cost of entry is $5 with any Movement wristband and $10 without a wristband.

 

The 13 Official Movement Parties are:

 

Friday, May 22, 2009

 

Official Movement Opening Party

The Fillmore Detroit

2115 Woodward Avenue

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Promoter: Live Nation

Tickets: wantickets.com

Performances: Dethlab, The Prodigy

 

CJAM 91.5

Dean Martini’s

65 Pitt St. E. Windsor, CA

Time: 10 p.m until 2 a.m.

Promoter: CJAM

Tickets: No cover

Performances: Furs,Vex, Adam Francesconi, and more

Saturday, May 23, 2009

 

Reloaded

C-Pop Gallery

4160 Woodward Ave

Time:

Promoter: Matrix Records

Tickets: $10 at the door and at Matrix Booth at Movement

Performances: Sean Deason, Arthur Oskan, Shawn Rudiman

 

Kaskade

Nove Lounge

344 W. Nine Mile, Ferndale

Time: Doors open at 10 p.m.

Promoter: Nove Lounge

Tickets: wantickets.com

Performances: Matt A

 

Sunday, May 24, 2009

 

Resolution

The Works Detroit

1846 Michigan Avenue

Time: 10 p.m – late

Promoter: Beretta Music

Tickets: $5 at the door until 12 a.m.

Performances: Aril Brikha, Omas-S, Luke Hess, Brain Kage

Nic Fanciulli, UK

Amnesia inside MotorCity Casino-Hotel

2901 Grand River Ave.

Time: 9 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Promoter: MotorCity Casino-Hotel

Tickets: Free w/ wristband, $5 without

Other Performances: Yos,

 

Night Moves

River’sEdge

673 Franklin, Detroit

Hours: 9 pm until 4am

Promoter: Detek, Maximal Music & Auralism

Tickets: $15 before 11 pm/$20 after

Performances: The Martin Brothers, Adultnapper, Jeff Samuel, Nikola Baytala, Falko Brocksiener, and many more

 

Now in Stereo

Exodus-Atop Golden Fleece

525 Monroe, Detroit

Hours: 9 pm - late

Promoter: Disfresh/Dae Recordings

Tickets: $10 before 11 pm /$15 after

Performances: Johnny Fiasco, Diz Lady D, and many more

 

Sander Van Doorn

NoveLounge

344 W. Nine Mile, Ferndale

Promoter:NoveLounge

Tickets:Wantickets.com

Performances: Dabura

 

Homecoming

Tangent Gallery

715 E. Milwaukee, Detroit

Promoter: Mixworks

Tickets: $10 before midnight

Performances: Buzz Goree, Jeff Mills, James Pennington, Traxx, Ryan Elliot, and more

 

The 25th Anniversary of House Music

Oslo

1456 Woodward, Detroit

Time: Doors open at 10 p.m.

Promoter: Proper Modulation/Red Stripe

Tickets: $5

Performers: Jesse Saunders, Chip E, Academy, Shaka23, TRS, Metaphaze

 

I’m on a Boat

Detroit Princess Riverboat

Atwater and Civic-Center Drive

Time: Board 12 a.m./Leaves1:30 a.m.

Promoter: Paxahau, Cheap

Sunglasses & Red Bull Music

Tickets: $40 at wantickets.com

Performers: Loco Dice vs. Luciano, Carl Craig, Stacey Pullen, Marc "Mk" Kinchen & Scotty Deep, and more.

 

Monday, May 25, 2009

The Official Movement Closing Party

Plan B Nightclub

205 W. Congress

Time: Doors open at 10 p.m.

Tickets: $5 w/ Movement wristband or $10 w/o

Performers: Krakatoa, Benny Benassi and many more.

 

For more information about Movement 2009 visit www.paxahau.com

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CARL CRAIG NAMED CREATIVE DIRECTOR FOR MOVEMENT 2010

 

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Techno Music legend Carl Craig has been named Creative Director for Movement 2010. Paxahau made the announcement today as they prepare for the start of Movement 2009 which is set to begin on Saturday, May 23, 2009 at noon.

 

“Movement is already a great festival and a successful brand,” said Craig, “it is an honor to be involved with Movement in this new capacity. I look forward to working with the team from Paxahau to take the artistic vision for the festival to a new level.”

 

In his new role Craig will be involved in various creative aspects of Movement including artist bookings and the festival’s brand image. He will also serve as an ambassador for the Movement festival as he travels the globe performing for throngs of electronic music enthusiasts.

 

“Detroit is such a wonderful music town,” Craig continued. “With Movement we have such a great opportunity to remind people from around the world and those that are right here in our own backyard that electronic music in Detroit is very powerful and that our annual festival is the best stage for showcasing the most talented artists of this musical genre.”

 

The annual Memorial Day Weekend festival has gone through several reincarnations since its beginning in 2000. Paxahau earned the right in 2006 to produce the festival. Since then they have been credited with bringing financial stability to the once fledgling festival and developing a festival atmosphere that appeals to fans because of the high standard of production quality they demand and their ability to book major local and international artists year after year.

 

Paxahau representatives were elated when Craig agreed to become creative director and believe his involvement will strengthen the future of the Movement festival in Detroit.

 

“We were extremely excited when Carl agreed to come on board as our new creative director,” said Jason Huvaere, president of Paxahau. “He has a complete understanding of the history of Techno Music in Detroit. He understands its impact around the world because he lives it every day."

 

“Carl is a musical visionary whose ambassadorship is unparalleled. He will be able to capture the desires electronic music fans have for Movement and help us to incorporate them into future festivals.

 

For more information on Paxahau, please go to: www.paxahau.com.

For more information on Movement 2009, please go to: www.myspace.com/detroitmusicfest.

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