Another year of Ultra Music Fest in downtown Miami has come and gone. By many accounts this year’s event went rather smoothly as opposed to last when a number of incidents almost lead to the cancellation of the event.
The fate of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami won’t decided Thursday by the Miami commission. An item on the day’s agenda was a resolution to ban Ultra from hosting any more concerts at Bayfront Park. Early Thursday afternoon, however, the resolution was withdrawn. Instead the commission was asked to discuss the future of Ultra in the city during their meeting on April 24th.
ULTRA Music Festival organizers have launched a comprehensive review into the event’s security procedures, days after a guard was trampled when un-ticketed festival crashers rushed a fence to gain entry into the popular electronic dance music extravaganza in Bayfront Park.
The Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami wrapped up Sunday night, possibly for the last time.
Sunday is day three of one of the biggest electronic music events in the country. Some city officials, however, are calling for the end of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami after a security guard was trampled Friday night.
It may have poured rain on the second night of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami, but that didn’t stop the party or the people trying to get into it any way they could.
The constant thumping of bass will be felt again across downtown Miami as electronic music lovers converge on the area in just about two weeks.
After a week of relative quiet, residents of downtown Miami are about to be rocked again by the ‘boom, boom, boom’ of the Ultra Music Fest.
Ultra Music Festival may have left some with a hangover in Downtown Miami Monday, but for the area’s clean-up crew it was a dream come true.
The first weekend of Ultra Music Festival 15 is in the books and fans are already looking forward to next weekend when it happen all over again. Downtown dwellers, however, aren’t exactly thrilled.