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Ten Photo Highlights From Day Two of the Ultra Music Festival 2011

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How are you? Tired, dehydrated, out of drugs ... Yeah, this debauched free-for-all so innocuously called Ultra Music Festival can really run you down. Somebody should've totally warned you, huh? Oh, that's right -- we did with our five-item Ultra fest survival kit.

And you shoulda listened 'cause we feel awesome. Well, a couple of our Crossfade correspondents overdid it and woke up in a pile of trash behind the Tower of Ultra. But otherwise ... Awesome.

Up till now, there's been extra rounds of Ultra Bingo, pool parties, a Tweetcast from the port-a-potties, Swedish House Mafia's Masquerade Motel, some Black Magick, and tons of Ultra action with Boys Noize, Cut Copy, Moby, Empire of the Sun, Deadmau5 and others.

See the cut for ten photo highlights from Day Two of the Ultra Music Festival 2011.

See the slideshows from Ultra Music Festival, Day Two -- Part One and Part Two.

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