The Detroit Electronic Music Festival (DEMF), and its successors comprise an annual series of electronic dance music showcases held in Detroit each Memorial Day weekend since 2000. Following the first three events under the name Detroit Electronic Music Festival (2000_2002) were Movement (2003_2004), Fuse-In (2005) and currently, Movement: Detroit's Electronic Music Festival (2006_present), with each name change reflecting shifts in festival management. All of these festivals continued the DEMF's traditions by featuring performances by musicians and DJs and emphasizing the progressive qualities of the culture surrounding electronic music. The first electronic music festival held in Detroit was the 1994 World Party, established by Carol Marvin and her company, Pop Culture Media, with partners Dave Cooper and Kurt Martin.
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