20th Anniversary Tickets for Ultra Music Festival 2018 Now On Sale
Are you still recovering from the tinnitus (that annoying ringing after being exposed to loud sounds for extended periods of time) from Ultra Music Festival?
Are your calf muscles still sore from jumping to your favorite sets?
Ours are, but we’re ready for the 20th annual celebration next year!
Ultra Music Festival 2017 was the most successful Ultra Music Festival to date. It brought an impressive 165,000+ dance music lovers together from all over, and featured chart-toppers like Louis Tomlinson, Future, Kygo, and Nicole Moudaber. The empire that Ultra Music Festival has amassed over the years is definitely impressive considering it originally started as a minute beach party in 1999. Furthering the success of the world-renowned independent festival, Ultra Music Festival announced that it’s bringing the once-in-a-lifetime dance music event experience to China, India, and Australia.
The festival-goers and music lovers received a true VIP dance music experience during the three-day festival in March, which can be portrayed effervescently in the “Memories” video, shot in 4K by Charly Friedrichs (Final Kid) below.
Ultra Music Festival is now preparing itself for the cornerstone 20th year festival in March of 2018. The tickets for next year’s festival are now on sale. If you registered prior to midnight on April 30th, then you will be able to purchase your tickets at a discounted rate. If you didn’t, don’t worry. You can still purchase the tickets. You’ll just have to pay a slightly higher price.
The 2018 Ultra Music Festival will most definitely not be one you’ll want to miss!
Ultra Music Festival will take place March 23rd, 24th, and 25th, 2018. There hasn’t been any word as to who the headliners are going to be for the 20th anniversary, but surely it’s going to be huge.
Head over to www.ultramusicfestival.com for more information.
What do you think Ultra Music Festival is going to do next year to ring in their 20th anniversary? Any reunions or sets you’re hoping to see?
Cover photo courtesy of Rukes.com