Next year’s edition of Ultra Miami will see the event move to a new location of Virginia Key following a decision by Miami City Commission of Planning and Zoning not to renew the event's license at its home of 20 years, Bayfront Park.
With the change of location, the organisers of the festival have promised a “brand new immersive 3-day experience” for its RESISTANCE stages. The festival’s new home will allow for expanded sets and hours, updated stages and advanced production, according to Ultra Miami.
You can check an official teaser for the RESISTANCE concept, released by the festival, below. Ultra Miami will take place from March 29-31, 2019 at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park & Miami Marine Stadium. You can find more information here. The line-up is yet to be revealed.
Ultra Miami’s new location was announced last month, but was met with some concern by local residents.
Ultra Australia recently confirmed the likes of Martin Garrix, Adam Beyer and Marshmello for its pair of events in Sydney and Melbourne in February 2019.