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Passion Pit, Caspa Added to Ultra Music Festival 2010 Lineup UPDATE

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Here comes the Ultra Music Festival shuffle! You have to remember nothing is concrete even on the day of the festival (Bloc Party canceled last year at the last minute). According to an official press release from Ultra's organizers, indie-rock band Passion Pit has been added to the Day 1 lineup along with Dan Black, while dubstep powerhouse Caspa along with Toddla T are on the Day 2 lineup.

Eddie Halliwell has altogether disappeared from the lineup. And while Erick Morrillo lists on his website a Day 2 appearance, Ultra's organizers have yet to confirm.

Update: Sorry, I missed that Benga had also been added to Day 2. Ultra 2010, year of dubstep?

Day 1 - March 26
Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, Passion Pit, The Crystal Method, The Disco Biscuits, Carl Cox, Dirty South, Rabbit in the Moon, Will.I.Am, Infected Mushroom, Plump DJs, Adam Freeland, Felix Da Housecat, Pretty Lights, Green Velvet, Lotus, Alex Metric, Bassbin Twins vs. Uberzone, Evil Nine, Dan Black, Afrobeta and Kevens.

Day 2 - March 27
Deadmau5, Groove Armada, Carl Cox, Faithless Sound System, Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Ghostland Observatory, Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Major Lazer, Bassnectar, Steve Aoki, ATB, Glitch Mob, Diplo, LTJ Bukem, A-Trak, Rusko, Skream, Benga, Caspa and Toddla T.

This year's festival will once again take place at Bicentennial Park in downtown Miami on March 26 and 27. Tickets are currently on sale via ultramusicfestival.com starting at $139.95 for a two-day general admission pass.

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