Moby Coming to Ultra Music Festival 2011; Phase Two Acts Will Be Announced Soon

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It's been a while since the Phase One acts for Ultra Music Festival 2011 were announced. So, what's taking so long?

Well, the wait will soon be over, as our sources tell us to expect something next week. We aren't entirely sure who will be on the Phase Two lineup since Ultra's organizers seem to have clamped down on the leaks that had been happening over the last few months with acts sending out press releases on upcoming tours, including Ultra dates.

One thing we can say for sure: Electronic music superstar Moby will be returning to Ultra this year for a set at the Carl Cox & Friends Arena. Last time he performed at the festival (if we are not mistaken) was in 2009.

See the cut for the Ultra lineup so far.

Special note: Ticket prices have gone up to $219.95 for three-day general admission. VIP tickets remain $499.95.

Ultra 2011 Lineup

Day 1 (3/25)
Carl Cox
Pendulum (Live)

Day 2 (3/26)
Empire of the Sun
Cut Copy
Crystal Castles*
Simian Mobile Disco (Live)*

Day 3 (3/27)
The Chemical Brothers (Live)
David Guetta
Armin Van Buuren (ASOT 500 Arena)

Dates unconfirmed:
Trentemøller (Live)
Boyz Noize
Ferry Corsten
Laurent Garnier (Live)
Benny Benassi**
Steve Aoki
Wolfgang Gartner
Claude VonStroke
Sander Kleinenberg (Live)
Roger Sanchez
Hybrid (Live)
Gui Boratto
Sub Focus (Live)
Martin Solveig
Joris Voorn
Mr. Oizo
Chris Lake
Holy Ghost!
Tinie Tempah
Super Mash Bros.
Alex Gaudino

*Date confirmed by booking agency, however, not confirmed by Ultra organizers.
**Not listed on the Ultra site but confirmed by organizers.

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