Now only weeks away, Movement Detroit has revealed the set times for the festival's 2019 edition - taking place between May 25 - 27 at Hart Plaza.

The world-famous Motor City event returns with its familiar five stage setup to support the wide-variety of house and techno acts performing at the festival, named as the Movement, Stargate, Underground, Red Bull Presents, and the Pyramid stage.

Hometown Detroit heroes such as Kenny Larkin, Octave One, Carl Craig, Stacey Pullen and Seth Troxler are set to perform on the festival's opening day. Techno phenomenon and Mixmag cover star Amelie Lens is booked too, alongside Neil Landstrumm, Umfang, Maya Jane Coles, Art Department and Loco Dice. Live acts for Movement's Saturday run include Marie Davidson, Orbital, Tin Man and Wajatta who will be making their Detroit debut.

Movement's Sunday programming boasts a techno-heavy line-up with a choice selection of beloved house artists. On the techno front, artists such as Richie Hawtin, Charlotte de Witte, Volvox, Chris Liebing, Heiko Laux and ANNA will be taking the stage while Patrick Topping, Fisher and Kevin Saunderson playing b2b with The Saunderson Brothers will offer up some less menacing dancefloor grooves. Also, both Danny Brown and Gucci Mane will be serving up a significant dose of hip hop.

Monday will features performances from techno dons DJ Nobu, Detroit Techno Militia 2x4, Stephan Bodzin and more. The Advent, Mathew Jonson, FJAAK and hometown heroes Floorplan, Shigeto and Audion (aka Matthew Dear) will all be performing live sets on the festival's final day. Other bookings include Yaeji, DJ Bone, Ciel, Justin Cudmore, DJ Tennis, Chris Lake, Danny Daze, Madlib and more.

Weekend and single day tickets are available for purchase here.

Movement Detroit shares set times for 2019 edition

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