Movement Detroit postponed until September due to coronavirus
Movement Detroit has been postponed until September due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Scheduled to take place at Hart Plaza base over Memorial Day weekend, from May 23rd until May 25th, Movement shared that they have made the decision to postpone the event until September.
In a statement on Twitter, Movement wrote: “Ok, here we go… Due to the developing COVID-19 restrictions and our ongoing communications with State and City officials, it is with a great sense of responsibility that we have rescheduled Movement 2020.
While it’s hard to accept that we won’t be dancing together this Memorial Day weekend, our amazing team and city partners have worked tirelessly together to create a new opportunity for all of us. Post-poning was certainly not an easy decision, but it the responsible decision.”
Movement added that “we look forward to dancing together during one of the last weekends of the summer,” and confirmed the event will take place from September 11th – 13th.
Read the full statement from Movement below.
Movement 2020 is rescheduled for September 11-13 Read full statement. pic.twitter.com/QvjwNmXhNW
— Movement Detroit (@MovementDetroit) March 20, 2020
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