Ultra Music Festival

Ultra Music Festival

Following its inaugural double-weekend event just two months ago Ultra Music Festival recently revealed the official ticketing details for its 2014 March festival. With the 16th edition set to take place once again In Miami from March 28-30, it’s been revealed that tickets for 2014 will go on sale on Tuesday, May 21st 2013 at 1pm EST.


Ultra Music Festival

Early Bird tickets priced at $149.95 will be available for purchase by the general public from 1pm EST exclusively at www.ultramusicfestival.com for what is expected to be a very limited time only. General Admission and VIP tickets will also be available from 1pm EST.


In 2013, Ultra Music Festival shattered attendance records as approximately 330,000 revelers descended upon Miami’s Bayfront Park and Biscayne Boulevard for two weekends of musical talent.

Ultra Music Festival 15 featured possibly the largest and most technically advanced concert stage production and designs ever seen at an outdoor festival, as the latest in staging automation technology, video, set design, and creative LED video systems were combined to form a complete audiovisual experience. The massive Main Stage measured in at over 200 ft. wide and 100 ft. high, housing 1050 intelligent lights, 12,000 shots of pyrotechnics, dynamic lighting rig, and 12 full-color, 32-watt lasers. Ultra’s Mega Structure featured moving honeycomb-shaped LED screens above, and a powerful Funktion One sound system, plus five additional state-of-the-art stages located around the festival grounds, including Bayfront Park’s Klipsch Amphitheater, which doubled as the Ultra Live Stage. For the first time ever, all six days of the event were streamed live over the internet via Ultra’s official YouTube channel UMF TV,  


The 16th Annual Ultra Music Festival will take place March 28, 29 & 30, 2014. Dates for the additional weekend are pending the approval of the City of Miami Commission and will be released if they become available.

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