Resistance Ibiza has revealed the line-up for its nine-week Tuesday residency at Privilege this summer, with acts including Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer and Maceo Plex topping the party’s impressive bill.
Set to run on Tuesdays from 17th July to 11th September, Dubfire, Joseph Capriati, Nicole Moudaber, Pan-Pot and Paco Osuna are also tipped to perform, alongside UK talents Jamie Jones, Eats Everything and Sasha and John Digweed.
Steve Angello has confirmed via Twitter that he will not play Ultra Music Festival later this month, closing the book on Swedish House Mafia reunion rumours once and for all.
In response to a fan tweet asking if Angello would play the festival this year, the Swedish producer replied: “I do so many ultras. It’s nice with a break once in a while. I’ll be there next year!”
Ultra Music Festival has revealed its phase two line-up including Oliver Heldens, Afrojack, Adam Beyer, Cheat Codes and many more, with the festival set to kick off from 23rd through 25th March in Miami, Florida.
Other new additions include Krane, Quix, Modestep, Sam Paganini, Pan-Pot, Myrne and more, with Steve Angello — who was expected to join the bill as part of a long-awaited Swedish House Mafia reunion — still noticeably absent from the line-up.
Ultra Music Festival has dropped the second episode in its retrospective documentary series, 20 Years of Ultra, which explores the ongoing legacy of the Miami-based party.
The second episode features interviews with John Digweed, Tiesto, Hardwell, Josh Wink and many more and specifically explores the period in the early 2000s when local laws and regulations made it very difficult for large electronic music gatherings to take place.
Ultra Music Festival will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and the festival’s CEO Russell Faibisch has reiterated that they've got something massive planned.
“Yes, something very big is in the works! Every year we pride ourselves on delivering for our fans special unannounced performances and surprises,” he said during an interview with Magnetic Magazine.
Ultra Music Festival, one of America’s largest EDM festivals, is being sued for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
A blind activist and Paralympic athlete, Juan Carlos Gil, is pursuing the organisation on the grounds that their website and live events are not easily accessible for the visually impaired or those with other disabilities.
2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Ultra Music Festival and the festival's organisers have got something big planned.
Ultra Music Festival has today unveiled the trailer for their 20th-anniversary event and features testimonials from the likes of Pete Tong, Carl Cox & Armin van Buuren about why the festival is so special.
In the video description, Ultra Music Festival said: "In celebration of our 20th anniversary, we’ll be asking YOU to travel down memory lane with us as we highlight some of the most significant snippets of Ultra history over the coming weeks.
Ultra has revealed attendance stats across all 2017 events, and they’re unfathomably massive. In total, more than 1million party people descended on sessions globally, a marked increase on the previous year.
During the current calendar, Ultra Worldwide hosted a staggering 45 shindigs, 23 of which had never been done before, in 20 countries. Touching down on five continents, these aren't the only jaw-dropping numbers.
Ultra Music Festival is set to return in 2018 with the popular Miami-based event tipped to run from 23rd through 25th March next year.
UMF is celebrating 20 years in operation next year and registration for early bird tickets is now open. There’s a list of condition to go along with early bird sign-up — full list can be found below.