Röyksopp Confirmed to Perform at Ultra 2011

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Norwegian duo Röyksopp just released upcoming list of North American tour dates. On that list is a scheduled stop at Ultra Music Festival on Friday, March 25. This is in addition to an already confirmed appearance by Crystal Castles the following day on March 26. Festival Outlook says Erick Morillo, Jose Nuñez, and Harry Romero are expected to be on the bill as well, while Girl Talk is listed as a rumor.

As we already reported, Ultra is confirmed to happen March 25 to 27, outside of the scheduled Winter Music Conference dates. General admission tickets are now on sale for $179.95.

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