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Jauz Journey to Delivering One of Ultra’s Best Set’s Was Everything but Chill

Not being able to get to Miami this year, my mind, body and soul ached. I even contemplated dropping $800 on a flight on Friday morning with the goal of scalping tickets. Ultimately, I made the business decision to cut my losses and enjoy the live stream. As Friday progressed, the fomo grew but Ultra TV kept me in a partial right-mind. Journeying through the weekend, I came to the conclusion that this was BY FAR the biggest that Miami has ever done it. That set in when Jauz took over the mainstage and absolutely rocked the entire State of Florida.

The set itself,set itself apart from many of the other Mainstage sets bringing out many elements of Electronic Music that came hard to find at UMF. Those of us in attendance were taken back by awe and those of us on the couch found orselves headbanging while Hey Arnold! reruns played in the background.

This afternoon, shuffling through Twitter I came across Jauz's recollection of the event. It really makes you think about how much of a Job it is that these World renowned DJ's have. From traveling to putting their pieces of art together, it goes unnoticed more often than not how much of a toll it can take.

Im exhausted just reading this. But, if you listened to the masterpiece that was put out for the World to hear, you will understand the worth and effort that goes into making these events so enjoyable/memorable for the spectators, not only AT the event, but across the globe watching. Going from one coast to the other and back again all for us, the fans. Shout out to Sam and big ups for throwing down one of the most memorable sets of the weekend. Rest up young padawan, we are not worthy. Well we are worthy, just sounded better written that way. Also, congrats on the engagement, mate. #TiestoGoals

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