Ultra Music Festival

Ultra Music Festival 2018's Live Streaming Schedule

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So you aren't going to Ultra Music Festival this year. Maybe the cost of flying to Miami, securing lodging, and buying a ticket was too high, or perhaps your idea of a fun weekend is simply staying in bed.

Fret not: Ultra's live stream has returned this year. Though you won't be able to experience the full festival from your couch, you can still catch the highlights on YouTube.

Here's the full Day 3 schedule:

3 p.m. Opening show
3:05 p.m. Sunnery Jame & Ryan Marciano
3:40 p.m. Andrew Rayel
3:55 p.m. Dash Berlin
4:55 p.m. Paul Oakenfold
5 p.m. Andy C
5:10 p.m. Vini Vici
5:30 p.m. Nicky Romero
6 p.m. The Wailers featuring Julian Marley
6:05 p.m. Kshmr
7:05 p.m. Modestep
7:15 p.m. Armin van Buuren
7:45 p.m. Kaskade
8:10 p.m. What So Not
8:15 p.m. David Guetta
9:15 p.m. Eric Prydz
9:30 p.m. Above & Beyond
10 p.m. ??? (Swedish House Mafia, probably)

You might have noticed the acts scheduled for the Resistance stages are missing. Oddly enough, there's a separate stream from the Carl Cox Megastructure and Arcadia Spider via be-at.tv. It should allow fans to enjoy the Resistance acts' sets with few interruptions.

Another way to enjoy the festival is through SiriusXM's UMF Radio (Channel 51). The satellite station will broadcast live from the festival all weekend. Expect to hear sets from Marshmello, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Steve Aoki, Carl Cox, Paul Oakenfold, Kaskade, and others.

Get ready to rage from the comfort of your own home.
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