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Interchange

TRIBE Promoter
March 23, 2006
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

www.paxahau.com
Contact: connect@paxahau.com


CITY OF DETROIT AND PAXAHAU SHAKE HANDS,
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL GO ON.

DETROIT- Paxahau Promotions Group today announced they have been chosen by the City of Detroit to be the producers of this year’s Electronic Music Festival on Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-29.

“We are sincerely honored that the City has selected someone within the electronic community to produce this event - we have worked extremely hard to establish ourselves as a globally respected organization, specifically to bring this event the cultural attention it deserves”, said Jason Huvaere, owner of Paxahau.

“Paxahau presented a sound plan to stabilize and grow the event,” said Lucius A. Vassar, the City of Detroit’s Chief Administrative Officer. “We want to see this event flourish and continue to draw people from all over the world to Detroit.”

Since 1998 Paxahau has produced Electronic events in Detroit. In that time they have grown to include a record label, booking agency, web-archive and event production company which hosts an average of 20 events a year in the city.

The festival producers have also been endorsed by previous festival directors, Carl Craig, Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson.

“As the festival’s 2003 and 2004 producers, we are pleased to see that Paxahau will be taking on the event,” said electronic music pioneer Derrick May. “Jason Huvaere and his group are not only competent event managers, but they are of the electronic music industry. I am confident that in their hands, the event’s integrity as the world’s signature electronic music festival will be preserved, and its operations and management strengthened. “

In an effort to maintain a globally recognized, positive brand image for Detroit, Paxahau will retain the name “Movement, Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival.”

With a network of alliances and resources that span the globe, the Paxahau team has emerged as a premier promotions group within the electronic music industry. They plan on growing the festival into a cultural attraction that celebrates not only to sonic art forms associated with Electronic Music, but also the visual arts culture that has evolved from its influences as well.

“We see the festival as an opportunity to bring Detroit’s influence all over the world home and nourish one of Detroit’s primary opportunities for tourism and development,” said Huvaere.

Specific details regarding the festival will be released at a later date. Please visit www.demf.com to find the latest news as it develops.

For now Detroit and the world needs to start getting ready for a 3-day party at the end of May. Detroit’s electronic music festival will go on.
 

grit

TRIBE Member
mrs peacock said:
March 23, 2006
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

www.paxahau.com
Contact: connect@paxahau.com


CITY OF DETROIT AND PAXAHAU SHAKE HANDS,
ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL GO ON.

DETROIT- Paxahau Promotions Group today announced they have been chosen by the City of Detroit to be the producers of this year’s Electronic Music Festival on Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-29.

“We are sincerely honored that the City has selected someone within the electronic community to produce this event - we have worked extremely hard to establish ourselves as a globally respected organization, specifically to bring this event the cultural attention it deserves”, said Jason Huvaere, owner of Paxahau.

“Paxahau presented a sound plan to stabilize and grow the event,” said Lucius A. Vassar, the City of Detroit’s Chief Administrative Officer. “We want to see this event flourish and continue to draw people from all over the world to Detroit.”

Since 1998 Paxahau has produced Electronic events in Detroit. In that time they have grown to include a record label, booking agency, web-archive and event production company which hosts an average of 20 events a year in the city.

The festival producers have also been endorsed by previous festival directors, Carl Craig, Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson.

“As the festival’s 2003 and 2004 producers, we are pleased to see that Paxahau will be taking on the event,” said electronic music pioneer Derrick May. “Jason Huvaere and his group are not only competent event managers, but they are of the electronic music industry. I am confident that in their hands, the event’s integrity as the world’s signature electronic music festival will be preserved, and its operations and management strengthened. “

In an effort to maintain a globally recognized, positive brand image for Detroit, Paxahau will retain the name “Movement, Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival.”

With a network of alliances and resources that span the globe, the Paxahau team has emerged as a premier promotions group within the electronic music industry. They plan on growing the festival into a cultural attraction that celebrates not only to sonic art forms associated with Electronic Music, but also the visual arts culture that has evolved from its influences as well.

“We see the festival as an opportunity to bring Detroit’s influence all over the world home and nourish one of Detroit’s primary opportunities for tourism and development,” said Huvaere.

Specific details regarding the festival will be released at a later date. Please visit www.demf.com to find the latest news as it develops.

For now Detroit and the world needs to start getting ready for a 3-day party at the end of May. Detroit’s electronic music festival will go on.
great news. they're the perfect crew to do it. i'm sure they'll put together an awesome event.
 

zoo

TRIBE Member
FUCKING YEAH! i wasn't gonna go this year, but if PAXAHAU is throwing it, that changes everything!
 

poker face

TRIBE Member
What are the best hotels in the area?

I am there to rock this shit this year. We are getting the boys down from toronto and the NYC crew is coming to.
 

dvs

TRIBE Promoter
d.e.m.f. is on!!

March 23, 2006 Contact: Shannon McCarthy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 313-701-9139

CITY OF DETROIT AND PAXAHAU SHAKE HANDS,

ELECTRONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL GO ON.

DETROIT- Paxahau Promotions Group today announced they have been chosen by the City of Detroit to be the producers of this year’s Electronic Music Festival on Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-29.

“We are sincerely honored that the City has selected someone within the electronic community to produce this event - we have worked extremely hard to establish ourselves as a globally respected organization, specifically to bring this event the cultural attention it deserves”, said Jason Huvaere, owner of Paxahau.

“Paxahau presented a sound plan to stabilize and grow the event,” said Lucius A. Vassar, the City of Detroit’s Chief Administrative Officer. “We want to see this event flourish and continue to draw people from all over the world to Detroit.”

Since 1998 Paxahau has produced Electronic events in Detroit. In that time they have grown to include a record label, booking agency, web-archive and event production company which hosts an average of 20 events a year in the city.

The festival producers have also been endorsed by previous festival directors, Carl Craig, Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson.

“As the festival’s 2003 and 2004 producers, we are pleased to see that Paxahau will be taking on the event,” said electronic music pioneer Derrick May. “Jason Huvaere and his group are not only competent event managers, but they are of the electronic music industry. I am confident that in their hands, the event’s integrity as the world’s signature electronic music festival will be preserved, and its operations and management strengthened. “

In an effort to maintain a globally recognized, positive brand image for Detroit, Paxahau will retain the name “Movement, Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival.”

With a network of alliances and resources that span the globe, the Paxahau team has emerged as a premier promotions group within the electronic music industry. They plan on growing the festival into a cultural attraction that celebrates not only to sonic art forms associated with Electronic Music, but also the visual arts culture that has evolved from its influences as well.

“We see the festival as an opportunity to bring Detroit’s influence all over the world home and nourish one of Detroit’s primary opportunities for tourism and development,” said Huvaere.

Specific details regarding the festival will be released at a later date. Please visit www.demf.com to find the latest news as it develops.

For now Detroit and the world needs to start getting ready for a 3-day party at the end of May. Detroit’s electronic music festival will go on.

______________________________________

nice. looking forward to checking it this year.

d
 
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Interchange

TRIBE Promoter
dont stay at the Ramada if you dont like stains on your bed... and hair in your shower drain....

Last year a bunch of us stayed here
the one side of the hotel it was like 7 rooms of toronto peeps
 
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rod_g

TRIBE Member
vench, it totally is... i say it every year, the second you step foot in Detroit you can feel the history of the city and its music... fingers crossed for good weather !
 

dvs

TRIBE Promoter
rod_g said:
vench, it totally is... i say it every year, the second you step foot in Detroit you can feel the history of the city and its music... fingers crossed for good weather !
road trip?

;)

d
 

Interchange

TRIBE Promoter
Wedding smeddings, last year i skipped out on a wedding and i have no regrets i have a life time of amazing memories and there was no commitment
 
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dvs

TRIBE Promoter
rod_g said:
haha no doubt

wanna rent a winnebago

:D
omg. how much fun would that be!!?? i do have my dz truck license you know? don't kid. think of the hotel savings. ;)

d
 

rod_g

TRIBE Member
no shit! i wonder how much they go for

then again, a Colombian crossing the border in a winnebago might be trouble... just ask Hal the first time he crossed the border with me and they brought out the dogs, he was a little stunned :)
 

Skipper

TRIBE Member
It's a big wedding in Mark's family - I will probably have to miss the ceremony due to another committment but I am expected to be at the reception.

So it's running Sat May 27 - Mon May 29? that seems kind of odd...
 

Interchange

TRIBE Promoter
American holiday on Monday, and the last night is always the best night !!!!
Shit get crazy, people start shooting guns and shit ;)

The last nigt last year there was an afterparty at Oslo with Hawtin and Luciano playing it was sick !!
 
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Skipper

TRIBE Member
Well as long as Saturday night isn't the best night....I will now consider maybe going on Sunday morning or something!

PAGING ELEKTRON!
 

vveerrgg

TRIBE Promoter
YOU KNOW IT! I can't wait for this year!

every year around now I start getting excited for it.

Time to book the hotelroom and the plan the car rental. :p

Sara. lots of ppl go down for sunday and monday...... ask around. Usually there's enough ppl going lastminute that it's possible to even get a ride.
 

Interchange

TRIBE Promoter
vveerrgg said:
YOU KNOW IT! I can't wait for this year!

every year around now I start getting excited for it.

Time to book the hotelroom and the plan the car rental. :p
yes yes we must get on this soon !! technics1200 :D
 

grit

TRIBE Member
Sunday night is definetely always the best night. and the night i've missed both times cause of work, up in these parts of canada, eh?
 
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