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Detroit Electronic Music Festival has taken over Detroit with it's annual electronic dance music event every Memorial Day weekend since the year 2000! The festival has gone through many name changes through out it's run in downtown Detroit! The festival started off under the name of Detroit Electronic Music Festival from 2000-2002, Movement from 2003-2004, Fuse-In the year of 2005 and is currently known as Movement Electronic Music Festival, since 2006, each name shift represents a shift in festival management. However, all of these festivals continued the Detroit Electronic Music Festival tradition by showcasing performances by DJ's and musicians and also showcasing the progressive qualities of the culture surrounding electronic music. The festival is most commonly referred to as the DEMF festival among local Detroiters. This festival attracts the youth of Detroit, and even some of the older generations get into DEMF, too! DEMF is also the very first electronic music festival to be held in Detroit. Each year the festival takes place in Hart Plaza and it is noted as a landmark event that brought hundreds of people from all over the United States to celebrate Techno music in the city where it got it's start. After 2006, Movement Electronic Music Festival evolved into one of the world's largest electronic music festivals!
Detroit Electronic Music Festival will be held on May 23rd through May 25th, 2015. DEMF wanted to hold the festival in 2015 on fourth of July weekend, but due to unforeseen circumstances, they weren't able to have the festival on the holiday weekend. So, instead, they will have the festival on Memorial Day weekend. The 2014 festival saw over 107,000 attendees and had over 130 acts and stages in it's three day run at Hart Plaza during Memorial Day weekend. The year of the 2015 DEMF festival will one again be produced by Paxahau, who will celebrate the festivals tenth anniversary!
This annual three day event will celebrate Detroit's electronic music history. The festival takes place in Hart Plaza, aka, the iconic Detroit river front park. The festival will feature five outdoor technologically rich stages, more than 100 artists, a posh VIP setting which is located behind the main stage, free Wi-Fi, dozens of official and not so official after parties, several art displays to stimulate the senses and an interactive technology center which features the hottest gear in the electronic music industry. Over 107,000 patrons from all over the globe come to this festival each and every year. This festival is the perfect place for anyone who is a lover of electronic music.
Artists that have made their mark on the DEMF festival usually return for the next years festival. The artists that preform at the festival say that their favorite part of preforming at the festival is the reaction from the crowds. They love the people that love them, and always put on an amazing show. Some of the artists that have graced the festival and continue to grace it are, Aboudi Issa, Action Bronson, Adam X, Adriatque, Andres, Annie Hall, Anthony, Asher Perkins, Ben Negative, Bonbo, BMG, Black Asteroid, Chris LieBing, Christopher Jarvis, Cold English, Damian Lazarus, Dantiez Saunderson, Darren Holland, DBX, Deadbeat, Dixon, DJ 3000, Dj Ava, Dj Marky, Dj Minx, Dj Psycho, Dj Snake, Donor, DTM 2X4 Dj Seoul &T. Linder, Dustin Zahn, Ed Rush & Optical w/ Mc Armani Reign, Escort, Exhale, Flosstradamus, Function, Gabi, Green Velvet, Heathered Pearls, Heidi, Jacques Greene, Jeff Mills, John Digweed, Just Blaze, Justin Martin, Kero, Kevin Reynolds, Kode9, Lee Foss, Loco Dice, Luis Flores, Malik Alston, Marques Wyatt, Martin Buttrich, Michael Mayer, Mike Huckaby, Monty Luke, Moritz Von Oswald, Move D, Nightwave, Orphx, Pete Tong, Project 313, Rai Knight, Raiz, Riff Raff & Lil Debbie, Ryan Hemsworth, Sean Deason, Skream, Stacy Pullen, The Martinez Brothers, Tiga, Tourist, Underground Resistance, Voices from the Lake, Will Brennan, Yos, Zeitgeber (Speedy J & Lucy), and so much more! Hard to believe those are just a few of the performers that DEMF has to offer to you and your friends!
Detroit Electronic Music Festival also has awesome after parties that you just can't miss! Every night after the shows, the festival holds amazing, exciting and fun after parties for those who don't want the night to end! This past year at DEMF, they held after partied at the Red Bull House of Art, Exodos Rooftop, Whisky Disco, Bleu, Old Miami, Red Rock Downtown Barbecue, St. Andrews Hall, Grand Trunk Pub, Grace Christian Church, The Works, Motor City Wine, Northern Lights Lounge, Tangent Gallery, and so many more hot spots throughout downtown Detroit.
Detroit Electronic Music Festival is an amazing three day experience that you just can't miss! People from all over the world come to DEMF to have a good time, drink, dance, eat and have fun with their friends. The concerts and the music that you will experience here at DEMF is nothing like anything else you can get in Metro Detroit. Don't miss out on DEMF this year, get your tickets now!