Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren and Richie Hawtin are among the names locked-in for this year's Winter Music Conference.
The Miami institution marks its 34th year in 2019, and will take control of the city's Faena Forum from 25th - 28th March.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a rival festival which was aiming to stop Ultra from going ahead this year at the proposed site.
Ultra Miami have announced its first phase of acts for its 2019 line-up.
Set for its debut outing at Virginia Key Beach Park across Friday, March 29th to Sunday, March 31st, the festival have revealed David Guetta, Carl Cox, Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Richie Hawtin, Armin Van Buurten, Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer and deadmau5 among its first names. Check out the full line-up below.
Gesaffelstein has confirmed the release of his new album, ‘Hyperion’, using a billboard.
The signage was unveiled in Miami amid the latest edition of the Art Basel fair, and featured both the album title and accompanying artwork.
Groove Cruise has launched a competition with a huge prize for the lucky winners, including the chance to play onboard the party ship.
Organisers have also locked the full line-up for the event's 15th anniversary, which includes Kaskade, Hot Since 82, Lost Frequencies, Aly & Fila, Markus Schulz, MK and Simon Patterson and more for its 2019 sailing from Miami.
Ultra Music Festival has announced its relocation to Miami's Virginia Key for 2019, bringing to an end months of uncertainty over the future of the springtime Florida institution.
The need to find a new venue was confirmed earlier this month 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.
Ultra Music Festival has confirmed that it's flagship Miami event, held each March during Music Week, will go ahead despite potentially losing its usual venue and spiritual home of Bayfront Park.
Miami’s Electric Pickle will close down next year, a statement posted to the club's social media accounts has confirmed.
Management at the Florida institution‚ known as 'the little club that could', have confirmed they will not be renewing the lease on the address, meaning a decade-long era will come to an end in June 2019. However, a move to another location has not been ruled out.
Ultra Musical Festival will need to pay $2 million in order to keep its current location at Bayfront Park, Miami in 2020.