Ultra 2014 Miami: As this is written, Ultra 2014 Miami is officially 49 days 20 hours 52 minutes and 13 seconds away from commencing at Miami’s Bayfront Park. The super-sized electronic dance music festival is slated to be the biggest Ultra to date – with more DJ’s, more talent, more lights, more bass and more fans.
Dropping the 2 weekend format the festival had last year for their 15th anniversary, Ultra 2014 is going back to a one weekend format, going from Friday, March 28th through Sunday, March 30th. Last year Ultra Music Festival brought in excess of 330,000 dance music fans to Miami – double what 2012 brought. And with pre-sale tickets once again selling out in record time, we expect the same, if not more, to show up for Ultra 2014. As a matter of fact the only tickets that are still available are the General Admission tickets! Even VIP tickets sold out! The 3 day General Admission tickets can be purchased at Ultra’s official ticket seller by CLICKING HERE.
The Ultra 2014 lineup features many familiar names including Tiesto, Luciano, Nicky Romero, Hardwell, Alesso, Carl Cox, Krewella, Laidback Luke, Eric Prydz and Zedd – but there are some special performances that are going to be happening, most notably the worldwide debut of Jack U. Jack who? Well Jack U is actually Skrillex and Diplo. The two mega-pioneers have joined forces and will be making some serious noise on the main stage of Ultra 2014 on the final day. The Carl Cox stage lineup is better than ever with Luciano, Umek, Pete Tong and Carl Cox and the Live stage has incredible talent as well including Infected Mushroom, 2ManyDJs and Empire of the Sun. With Phase 3 being announce in the coming weeks, we’re extremely anxious to see what else Ultra 2014 organizers are going to have in store for all of us. So without further ado take a look at the incredible Ultra 2014 phase 2 lineup:
We will be constantly updating information about Ultra and it’s satellite events before and during Ultra weekend, so be sure to check back with us to see what’s new!
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