Ultra Music Festival
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.
A hit and run that took place early Sunday morning in Miami has left one man badly injured.
Ultra Music Festival is in full swing and along with it have come road closures, detours and more traffic for drivers in downtown Miami.
With the Ultra Music Festival in full swing this weekend, it is important for those of us who live and work in downtown Miami to be aware of the road closures and detours.
Along with the Spring season, comes the music festival that attracts thousands to South Florida every year but there are some changes this year.
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After 16 years it’s no secret, Ultra Music Festival has definitely earned a reputation of being a humungous mosh pit of psychotropic uppers and downer drugs.
Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter “I don’t remember,” Erica Mack said Monday. “I don’t remember the incident.” It’s probably best that Mack has no memory of the night that she was critically injured while working a security gig […]
For several years the Ultra Music Festival has been one of the most popular events in South Florida.
The future of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami took center stage Thursday at Miami’s city commission meeting with security being a prime concern. In in the end it was decided that Ultra will return.