Thursday, May 27, 2010

His name is Kiiiiiiiiidddd Rock and he's helping Paxahau

The detroit native has issued the following stament letting us know he helped out with sound in the Made in Detroit stage, which need definetly needed help... Thank you!


DETROIT, May 27, 2010—Kid Rock today issued a statement about the 2010 Movement Electronic Music Festival Powered by Ford Fiesta. His Made in Detroit clothing line for the second year in a row is sponsoring a stage at the annual festival.

“Made in Detroit's roots span directly from the electronic music scene and the Movement Festival,” said Rock. “We've been part of this festival since day one. This year we stepped it up a bit and worked with Paxahau to help build a new stage design to improve sound quality. The Underground Stage is the closest you'll get to an old school Detroit warehouse party. It’s a perfect fit for Made in Detroit because the stage features artists from Detroit all weekend long.”

Made in Detroit’s sponsorship has allowed festival organizers to make professional sound quality upgrades to Hart Plaza’s underground stage area.

Made in Detroit additionally is the official T-shirt sponsor of Movement. Their team will also operate the merchandise tent where attendees can purchase official Movement gear.

The 2010 Movement Electronic Music Festival powered by Ford Fiesta, produced by Paxahau Promotions Group, brings the world’s best electronic artists to Detroit for three-days and nights over Memorial Day weekend May 29-31 in Detroit’s Hart Plaza. The gates will open at noon each day and close at midnight each night.

For the Made in Detroit Stage schedule and other festival information please visit

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