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Movement Amenities


With Valued Support from Opportunity Detroit

Movement Electronic Music Festival, taking place Saturday, May 23-Monday, May 25, inside downtown Detroit’s Hart Plaza, is excited to announce a slew of new amenities available to all attendees in and around the festival grounds, including the all-new Technology Area, Lockers & Charging Stations, Free Bike Valet powered by Wheelhouse Detroit, expanded food options and the enhanced Riverfront Biergarten.

Paxahau Events, producers of the festival, have partnered with Opportunity Detroit to offer a variety of top-notch amenities designed to enhance the festival for the thousands expected to descend upon Hart Plaza this weekend.

“Movement, Detroit’s leading electronic music festival, plays a key role in the continuation of Detroit’s extensive legacy of musical roots and creative power. Opportunity Detroit is proud to partner with Paxahau to provide fans from around the globe with a total sensory experience. From customized experience apps and charging stations to bike valet and expanded food options, fans will be able to keep the festival experience rockin’ — both offline and on,” said Lisa Dancsok, representative for Opportunity Detroit.

Some of the highlighted 2015 amenities include: 


Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the art and science behind the music by spending time with our Technology partners, featuring some of the industry’s top brands like Allen & Heath, Roland, Serato, Elektron, Dubspot and more. The new Technology Area is located in the Hart Plaza underground, adjacent to the Movement Main Stage and the Underground Stage.


Also, new this year are the Lockers and Charging Stations, located to the right of the festival’s Main Entrance on East Jefferson Avenue. Visitors will be able to save trips to the car or hotel room by utilizing the onsite lockers or cell phone charging stations for added convenience. The Lockers and Charging Stations are available for one-day or all weekend rental options. For more information, visit


Local bicycle rental hub and Techno Tours organizer Wheelhouse Detroit will offer discounted rentals to Movement wristband-holders and will also be spearheading the complimentary Bike Valet onsite (just east of Bates, on the south side of Jefferson Ave.).


Several new crowd-pleasing food vendors, including Delectabowl, Rollin’ Stone Pizza and Mercurio’s Chicken Truck will join festival favorites, such El Guapo Mexican food truck, Mac Shack, Andiamo Pizza Pie Co., Slow’s To Go and Byblos Café & Grill and others.

Festival-goers can chill out at the enhanced Riverfront Biergarten, featuring several local, regional and international beer selections as well as an innovative new art installation featuring a curated history of Detroit music, presented by Novation. Hop-heads can enjoy several craft options, from cream ales and amber ales, to IPAs, cider and more from the Detroit area, Michigan and beyond. Highlights include Rochester Mills’ Lazy Daze Amber Ale, MillKing It Productions’ Axl Pale Ale, Frankenmuth Brewing’s Batch 69 IPA, Blake’s Flannel Mouth Hard Cider, New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale, Spaten Lager and Hoegaarden Witbier.

3-Day Weekend Passes, 3-Day VIP Weekend Passes & Single-Day Passes now on sale at

About Opportunity Detroit

Opportunity Detroit is both a mission and a brand that promotes downtown Detroit as a great place to live, work and play. The campaign launched as a partnership between several downtown Detroit businesses, the Detroit Regional Chamber and dozens of civic and philanthropic organizations in the city. Opportunity Detroit continues to evolve by telling Detroit’s story as an emerging high-tech hub, and the story of the city’s ongoing transformation from muscle economy to brain economy. For more information visit