This weekend, fans from all over the world will flock to Miami, Florida for Ultra Music Festival 2019. The organizers of the festival just released the daily set times for this year's party in order to help festivalgoers plan their trip.
Longtime fans of the festival a study calls "life-changing" are eager to see what this year's main stage will look like, considering the main stage has been evolving every year since its conception. An eagle-eyed fan captured drone footage of the main stage being constructed and gave those who are too impatient to wait their first glimpse of the iconic stage. Based on other footage, many believe this megastructure will be significantly bigger than the previous main stages.
Rather than Bayfront Park, the previous home to the three-day dance music extravaganza, this year, organizers battled hard to secure Virginia Key for Ultra's new home.
Ultra Music Festival is March 29th-31st at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park and Miami Marine Stadium in Miami, Florida. Tickets are on sale now. You can get yours here.
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