Miami Music Week
Ultra Music Festival wasn't the only thing going on this week. Nightclubs and hotels got into the dance music action during Miami Music Week hosting parties all week long. From the Dim Mak anniversary party at Nikki Beach to
GetLost at Little River Studios and the Sunday School for Degenerates reunion at the Surfcomber, people celebrated all over town.
Dressing up for Ultra Music Festival is striking up that perfect balance of creativity and comfort. If you are going to make it until the last performance, you've got to make sure what you're wearing doesn't become a pain. Here are some of the people who found that happy medium at Ultra 2016.
- Ultra Music Festival 2016 Day One Photos
- Ultra Music Festival 2016 Day Two Photos
- Ultra Music Festival 2016 Day Three Photos
After three days of nonstop dance music, Ultra Music Festival closed out its 18th edition at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami on Sunday, March 20. The final day featured performances by Galantis, Borgeous, Rabbit in the Moon, Purity Ring, Duke Dumont, Wave Racer, Peaches, Deadmau5, and more.
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The beats kept pouring out of downtown Miami for the second day of Ultra Music Festival 2016 at Bayfront Park. Unfortunately, U.K. rave
actthe Prodigy canceled their headlining gig at the festival, but Deadmau5 stepped up to fill the void at the last minute. Other performers included Tiësto, Thomas Jack, Richie Hawtin, Sasha, Icona Pop, Crystal Castles, AlunaGeorge, Nero, Carl Cox, Cedric Gervais, the Chainsmokers, and more.
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With the downtown Miami skyline as its backdrop, Ultra Music Festival returned for its 18th edition at Bayfront Park. The sold-out festival was buzzing on opening day as EDM fans trickled into the park. Friday, March 18, saw performances by Martin Garrix, Jamie Jones, John Digweed, Loco Dice, Miike Snow, Chet Faker, Tycho, Dash Berlin, Alison Wonderland, and more.
Many like to segment dance music and compartmentalize artists, but often times that’s the difference between producers and fans. “I don’t know what the fuck deep house is,” Danish artist Kölsch told us from his home in Copenhagen. “I guess I know what the definitions of the of the different...