The all-ages three-day party (kids under 12 are free!) will descend on the city’s Hart Plaza May 29-31, with gates opening at noon each day and closing at midnight each night.

Other performers set to add their talents to the mix include Acid Didj, Agoria, Anthony “Shake” Shakir, Chris Liebing, DJ Hype, DJ Pierre, DJ Sneak, Inner City, ItaloBoyz, Jennifer Xerri, K-HAND, Kenny Larkin, Kid Sister, Kraak & Smaak, Luke Hess, Martinez Bros, Minx, Model 500, Paco Osuna, Punisher, Simian Mobile Disco and many more. Additional artists will be added to the list in the coming weeks.

Discounted three-day weekend passes, priced at an insanely low $40, are on sale until 12:01 a.m. April 3, at which time the price will increase to $50.

Since its birth in 2000, Movement has mushroomed from a simple gathering for fans of electronic music into a global pilgrimage to the birthplace of techno. Last year, the festival enjoyed its biggest crowd since becoming a ticketed event in 2005, drawing more than 83,000 people to downtown Detroit.

2009 also saw the creation of Movement Torino, which brings the Detroit electronic music experience to fans in Italy and beyond.

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