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Some quick backstory: The 11th edition of the festival, which began as a free event in 2000, sputtered under the weight of political insiderisms and outside economic realities (i.e., the city of Detroit could not front or subsidize an event that required flying in and housing international talent, never mind making sure local artists and grunts got paid), before the big ship got turned around in the harbor by Paxahau, a local promotions and production team that was more than able to do the job.

It became a paid event in 2006 (check that: under the helm of Kevin Saunderson in 2005, when it was called Fuse-In, admission to the festival was $5 each day) and has never looked back..

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