Ready for another EDM dance party get down on the Detroit River?

Charivari returns to West Riverfront park Aug 17-19 to celebrate the city’s own DJ’s and producers born in Detroit.

 photo from Charivari 2016. Photo credits:  ChrisAhrenPhotography.com

photo from Charivari 2016. Photo credits: ChrisAhrenPhotography.com

Charvari (pronounced Shahr-uh-vahr-ee) is a term that dates to the Middle Ages used to describe a loud ritual celebration, and that’s what it shall be. CALLING ALL THE PARTY PEOPLE to kick up some dust on the dance floor and let the bass consume you as the electronics pulses take over.

The festival typically takes place the first weekend in August. However, the hosts have had to make some slight changes to keep bringing you this musical celebration of electronic in its finest forms.

 photo credits:  @itmaehata

photo credits: @itmaehata

The past four years of Charivari have strongly benefitted from a combination of donations, paid attendance and local sponsorships that have allowed the festival to expand and develop. Due to the support of these sources and ticket and merchandise sales, Charivari is coming to you this year absolutely FREE.

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However, you can pledge your support and love for the festivals mission by making a donation through the Charivari Go Fund Me account à https://www.gofundme.com/charivari-detroit-2018

The Charivari 2018 lineup:

Bruce Bailey

Darrel Dwyer

Detroit Techno Militia – Tom Liner – DJ psycho

DJ Cent

DJ Holographic

DJ Jungle of Spin Inc.

DJ Minx

DJ Suspense

Gruv Detroit

Jeff Arthur- Eric Johnson – Tony Dennis- Jeff Woodward – Father Abraham

Jeremiah Shaw

Kevin Dysard

Mike Brown

Mike Clark

Mike Huckaby

Powdr Blu

Reggie Reg

Rick Wilhite

Remote Viewing Party

Sarena Tyler

Sonic Natives

Earl McKinney

DJ Magic

Stacy Hotwaxx Hale

Let The Beat Dropppp,

xoxo, lately with lo

 

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