Ultra Music Festival
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.
The booming bass of the Ultra Music Festival will be felt again Sunday across Downtown Miami.
The show will go on at the highly anticipated Ultra Music Festival after a large LED screen being set up for the show crashed onto the main stage injuring three workers, one of whom remains hospitalized.
Miami Fire Rescue crews are on the scene at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami after several stage elements collapsed.
Mega-stages, fences, and lots of water stations are being setup in Downtown Miami as the countdown to Ultra Music Festival is underway.
FThe ULTRA Music festival is a world-famous electronic music event. This year it will take place over two weekends in celebration of its 15th anniversary. During the weekends of March 15-17 and March 22-24, the six-day, two-weekend marathon will attract, according to the organizers, a record attendance of 330,000 fans.
City of Miami commissioners said Thursday that they will not block the organizers of Ultra Music Festival to extend the hugely popular event to another weekend.
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South Florida is the happening spot this weekend, from high end fashion to how powered music, to high powered tennis that has the eyes of the world.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to pack downtown Miami this weekend and that means traffic, road closures, and detours. The Ultra Music Festival is just one of several big events already causing headaches for drivers.