Paxahau 19 Year Anniversary


Paxahau celebrates 19-Year Anniversary with an All-Star Lineup Featuring:

J.Phlip

The Black Madonna

DJ Minx

Rebecca Goldberg

DJ Holographic

Loren

Tickets on sale now: Click Here

Paxahau, Detroit’s electronic music powerhouse and producers of the annual Movement Festival in Hart Plaza celebrates its 19-Year Anniversary with an all-star lineup, featuring world-renowned DJ and producer, The Black Madonna, Dirtybird recording artist J.Phlip, and Detroit’s funk-house pioneer DJ Minx on Saturday, September 9th at TV Lounge.

The event will feature two outdoor stages with supporting performances from local favorites, Rebecca Goldberg, DJ Holographic, and Loren. Advance tickets, starting at $20 are available now at www.paxahau.com. Doors open at 9pm. Ages 21 and over are welcome. Advance tickets guarantee entry at the door.

Founded in 1998, Paxahau quickly established itself as a leading resource for electronic music content and events, most notably as one of the first platforms to stream music online through its Paxahau Webcast series. Many staples of the global electronic music scene have sets archived, including classic sets from Chris Liebing (2000), Carl Cox (2001), Ricardo Villalobos (2002), Marco Carola (2003), as well as Detroit Techno pioneers Carl Craig (2001) and Kevin Saunderson (2001), just to name a few.

Named as the Industry Person of the Year by Magnetic Magazine, Paxahau is globally recognized for its production excellence and dedication to excellent programming, highlighting the best creative talent in electronic music and culture. The Detroit-based group produces over 40 shows a year and has featured some of the world’s top talent and on-the-verge artists, including Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Chris Liebing, Carl Craig, Kevin Saunderson, Maceo Plex, Marco Carola, Deadmau5, Claude VonStroke, Skrillex, Disclosure, Pretty Lights, Bassnectar, Matthew Dear, Cassy, Soul Clap, Bob Moses, The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler, and many more. Since 2006, Paxahau has maintained its role as producer of the Movement Festival in Detroit – America’s leading underground dance music festival.


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