Motion Detroit canceled for Could 2021, ticket choices will comply with
Movement music festival is officially canceled for May 2021.
The organizers of Detroit’s premier techno event come to the “painful realization” in an official statement below. Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the movement will not take place on Memorial Day weekend, May 29-31.
The update from Movement HQ reads:
We appreciate your patience as we move through these challenging times and difficult decisions. Our team is working hard to provide updates on future dates and ticket options. We will be in touch with more information next month.
Last year, the movement’s organizer, Paxahu, kept up with tradition with an online festival Seth Troxler, Claude Von Stroke, Anna, Justin Martin, DJ Godfather, MK, Ghettoblaster and more. Although we won’t be able to gather at Hart Plaza in May 2021, we hope to see another announcement of the live stream.
See below and stay up to date on Movement Detroit here.
Declaration of the Detroit Movement
We looked forward to reuniting with all of you over Memorial Day weekend, but the ongoing pandemic and government regulations have led us to the painful realization that our beloved Movement Festival will not happen in May 2021. Full explanation below: pic.twitter. com / ec4TUrRVfg
– Movement Detroit (@MovementDetroit) February 17, 2021