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So the jet must come equipped with a killer sound system.
Of course. The sound system is pretty good on the plane. It's purely for partying.
Your next trip to Miami will be for Miami Music Week. And you'll be throwing a club bash at the Fontainebleau, right?
301 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33132
Category: Parks and Outdoors
Yes, we're having a special label party at Arkadia, a small, intimate place. Expect some artists from my label and maybe some special guests. There's also a good chance that I'll show up, even though I can't confirm it. It's going to be all about musical freedom and hanging out with the people who released tracks on my label last year. We'll have a little celebration. Everybody will play a few records. And it'll be a fun night. But there won't be a headline billing or anything. Just low-key and casual.
And obviously you'll also be hitting up the 2012 edition of Ultra Music Festival. What's so great about Ultra? Why do you keep coming back?
Well, Ultra has become America's flagship electronic music festival. And it's become a tradition for me to play the fest. I've been there since the beginning, and it just keeps growing. But only the last three years have been really to the max. Especially 2011, when I did three nights in a row for 60,000 people.
Plus, Ultra is the only festival in the world that I can play every year. It's always different. There's always a new crowd. The production is always bigger. And the fest is always pushing boundaries. The Ultra Music Festival is constantly trying to improve itself. And that's why we get along so well. [Laughs.] I'm the same way. Every year, I try to improve myself, my music, DJ sets, everything.