Movement Detroit has canceled their 2021 event due to COVID-19 health concerns. The Detroit festival was initially supposed to take place from May 29-31 of this year but due to the ongoing health concerns surrounding COVID-19, organizers publicly announced the festival will be canceled for the second year in a row. The festival is one of the longest-running dance music events in the world and hosts some of the biggest names in techno. Movement Detroit promises to bring the greatest experience possible to the city of techno next year. Festival organizers released a public statement on their website in regards to the decision to cancel their 2021 event and what will happen to current ticket holders,
We appreciate your patience as we continue to navigate our way through these challenging times and difficult decisions. Our team is working hard to provide updates about future dates and ticketing options. We will be in touch next month with more information.
We have been looking forward to reuniting with all of you on Memorial Day weekend, but the ongoing pandemic and state regulations have led us to the painful realization that our beloved Movement Festival will not happen in May 2021. Full statement below: pic.twitter.com/ec4TUrRVfg
— Movement Detroit (@MovementDetroit) February 17, 2021
Feature Photo -Rob Harbaugh