Ultra Music Festival 2020 tickets go on sale this week, with the three-day session returning to Miami's Bayfront Park.
The event had been forced to move from its longstanding home for this year's edition, leading to transport and organisational problems, with complaints from both punters and local members of the public alike in the wake of the weekend.
Miami Beach commissioners have voted against Ultra Music Festival’s relocation to the area in 2020.
Earlier this month, Ultra revealed that it had terminated its licence with City of Miami, confirming that it would be seeking a new location elsewhere in Florida. Earlier this week, talks opened that could have seen the festival being hosted at Miami Beach, near the city of Miami.
However, local commissioners ruled four against three yesterday against such a move.
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 responded to a “false and misleading” video from Virginia Key officials regarding its proposed relocation from Bayfront Park to Virginia Key
Released on Friday (November 9th) night, the video featured Key Biscayne Mayor-elect Michael Davey making defamatory remarks about the Miami festival.
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.
Ultra Music Festival will find out if it can remain at its current location of Bayfront Park in Miami later this month. A commission from the city will decide the future of the contract at a meeting on 26th July.
DJ Mag originally reported that the festival’s future at the space may be under threat in May as Ultra’s five-year contract with the city ended after this year’s event.
Ultra Musical Festival will need to pay $2 million in order to keep its current location at Bayfront Park, Miami in 2020.
Armin van Buuren has released a new club mix of his latest track ‘Therapy feat. James Newman’.
He first premiered the tune during his Ultra Music Festival set back in March in Miami, with van Buuren writing on YouTube, “So cool that I can finally share this one you. Let me know what you think of the club mix!”
Steve Angello has introduced a new concept for his fans, which offers “lifetime all access passes” to any of his upcoming solo shows.
Posted on social marketing platform ToneDen, the competition — which runs until 6th May — gives listeners the chance to win a pair of free passes to all upcoming live dates. That includes free meet and greets and unlimited backstage access forever.
Ultra Music Festival Miami has unveiled a recap video, which goes someway towards showcasing exactly what the mammoth 20th Anniversary instalment of the Florida event had to offer.