Fatboy Slim, Carl Craig, Felix Da Housecat to Headline Movement Festival

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PAXAHAU ANNOUNCES 3 HEADLINERS & 26 MORE ACTS FOR MOVEMENT

VIP Passes Now Available for $150, Early Bird Weekend Passes Available for $50 through March

DETROIT, March 22, 2011—Movement Electronic Music Festival organizers today announce their three headliners for the vitaminwater main stage—Fatboy SlimCarl Craig performing live as 69, and Felix Da Housecat.  Paxahau also announced names of 26 more acts they have scheduled to perform May 28th, 29th, and 30th in Detroit’s Hart Plaza.

Fatboy Slim (Norman Cook) is one of the World’s most legendary and prolific DJs and producers.  His international success was built on hits such as “Everybody Needs a 303,” Praise You,” “Weapon of Choice” and the accompanying videos.  (Weapon of Choice featuring Christopher Walken and MTV’s No.1 video of all time for Praise You which was directed by Spike Jonze)

At Movement he will be returning to America for the first time with the latest version of his Big Beach Boutique production.

“It is a great honour for me to play at the birthplace of the music I have loved all my life,” Norman said. “Of course I have completely bastardised techno for my own ends over the years so I return respectfully with the Brighton, England take on the music that inspired us all.”

His performance at Movement on Monday, May 30 will be the first time he has performed at the Detroit festival.

During Movement on Sunday, May 29 Carl Craig as 69 will help festival-goers travel back to a time in his career when the inventive producer’s performances were filled with an extremely raw analog sound that one Beatport reporter described as “astonishing.”

His performance at Movement will be the first time Craig has performed as 69 anywhere.

Two-time Grammy Award Nominee Felix Da Housecat will bring his electro sound to the Movement crowd on Saturday, May 28 when he headlines the main stage.  Credited as the innovator of the current electro sound; the Chicago-bred artist brought electro to the masses with his groundbreaking album ‘Kittenz & Thee Glitz’ which included the UK top 40 pop chart crossover his ‘Silver Screen (Shower Scene)’.

The entire list of 29 acts announced today is as follows:

  • 69 (Carl Craig) – live
  • Al Ester
  • Beardyman – live
  • Ben Klock
  • Claude Young
  • DJ Harvey
  • Dr. Atmo
  • DTM 5×5 (DJ Seoul, T.Linder, Neil V, Darkcube, DJ Psycho)
  • Dubfire
  • Elliot Lipp – live
  • Fatboy Slim
  • Felix Da Housecat
  • Franki Juncaj aka DJ 3000
  • Gaslamp Killer
  • Guti – live
  • Hudson Mohawke – live
  • James Zabiela
  • Kero – live
  • Livio & Roby
  • Loco Dice
  • Martin Buttrich – live
  • Matt Clarke
  • Metro Area
  • Mike Servito
  • Pulshar – live
  • Ramadanman
  • Ryan Elliott
  • Steve Rachmad
  • Traversable Wormhole aka Adam X – live

Festival organizers say more acts will be announced in the coming weeks.  Last month Paxahau announced the names of 20 acts, they were: Ana Sia, Art DepartmentBruce BaileyCio D’orDam-Funk & Master Blazter – liveDJ T-1000Echospace – liveGoldieGreen Velvet – liveKerri Chandler, Marcel DettmanMimosaReference, ScubaShlomi AberSkrillex – liveSoul Clap,Sven Väth, Tini, and Visionquest – live/dj

VIP Passes and Early Bird Weekend Passes Available Now

VIP passes to Movement are now available for just $150.  With these passes festival-goers receive access to the following:

  • Private check-in area to receive your credentials
  • Access to large area above and behind the main stage
  • Private bar – 6 complimentary drink tickets
  • Discounted drinks available at the VIP bar
  • Deluxe private executive bathroom trailers
  • Voucher good for 1 Official Movement T-shirt ( While Supplies Last )

A limited number of early bird weekend passes are now also available for only $50 through the end of March.  To purchase VIP passes or three-day weekend passes visit the online ticket store atwww.paxahau.com/festival.

 

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