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Ultra Music Festival 2018: Dates for the 20th Anniversary Are Here

Ultra Music Festival 2017 has officially wrapped but that also comes with a massive announcement. That is right the official dates for Ultra Music Festival 2018 have been announced. This will also be the festival's 20th anniversary, making it the longest running dance music festival in America. Watch the thank you video for 2017 below.

Ultra Music Festival 2018

Ultra Music Festival 2018 will take place as usual over the last weekend in March. The confirmed dates are 23rd, 24th, and 25th. It will no doubt be one of the largest celebrations of dance music and associated culture of all time. The event will once again be an 18+ event as the festival has been for several years.

ultra music festival 2018

In 2017 the festival was attended by 165,000 people from over 60 countries. What is more that the festival was streamed internationally by 14.1 million individuals all over the world, across all platforms. The scope of those statistics is actually unreal. It shows that Ultra Music Festival 2018 will only continue to grow just as Ultra has each year. We are beyond excited to see what the exciting announcements surrounding the 20th anniversary will be. We know that Ultra worldwide will go above and beyond expectations.

Ultra Music Festival 2018 will not only be taking place in Miami but also will be expanding to India and Australia. These expansions only further prove the dominance of the world market by the Ultra brand. We are so grateful to have had the chance to cover and watch Ultra grow over the years and know for sure that #20 will be a once in a life time event.

Check out all of the 4K live streams from the Ultra 2017 performances here. If you would rather relive the festival through pictures we have that as well. However you please get a found memory of 2017, because planning for the 20th anniversary needs to start now!


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