The likes of Dasha Rush, Robert Hood and Daniel Bell will also perform at the three-day July event.
The iconic club is turning 25 this year, and the Tresor 25 Years Festival is the centrepiece of its celebrations. The programme is split across Tresor and Kraftwerk, the former power plant located above the club. The lineup is firmly tied to the venue's past and present. There's a strong Detroit contingent, including Robert Hood, Daniel Bell (premiering a new DBX live show), Blake Baxter, Gerald Donald (as Arpanet), DJ Stingray and Juan Atkins, who will perform live with Moritz Von Oswald as Borderland.
DJ sets will be dished out by the likes of Dasha Rush, STERAC, Donato Dozzy, Objekt, DJ Deep, Jonas Kopp, Claudia Anderson and Marcelus, who has an album in the works for Tresor's label. Live sets will come from Surgeon, O/V/R (Regis and James Ruskin) and TR-101 (DJ Pete and Sleeparchive).
For its 25-year celebration, Tresor is also heading out on a world tour that includes its first ever party in Detroit, with several albums and a compilation also coming out during 2016.