Miami officials have delayed the vote on the future of Ultra Music Festival until September.
City commissioners were originally set to decide whether the event could remain at Bayfront Park earlier this month.
However, the date for the decision has now been pushed back to 16th September.
It's a controversial issue among local residents who complain about the impact the annual event has on the park and surrounding area.
Locals are unhappy about the closing down of the large park, the damage festival-goers do to public property and delinquency. Last year, around 30 different arrests were made as a result of Ultra, most relating to drug possession and counterfeit tickets.
Under terms of a new deal between festival organisers and the city, to be voted on in September, the cost of hiring Bayfront Park is expected to rise to £1.5 million ($2 million). That's double what Ultra pays now and could go up annually following the new deal.
If the deal is not passed then Ultra Miami could be forced to change venues or cancel indefinitely.
The festival began as a one-day event in 1999 but has since grown into one of the country's biggest annual music events.
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