Ultra 2010 Early-Bird Tickets on Sale Today at Noon -- Seriously

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I have a personal pledge not to think about Winter Music Conference until, shit, at least Art Basel Miami Beach, and, ideally New Year's are both over. Still, if you are absolutely, totally positive you will be attending both days of the Ultra Music Festival in 2010, this early-bird ticket special, on sale today, is the best deal you'll find. Starting at noon today, you can buy a two-day festival pass for $99.95.

No, there isn't a shred of line-up released yet, just the two dates: March 26 and March 27, which, like every year, are the Friday and Saturday, respectively, of WMC. We'll post details when we get them, eventually; it's Ultra, though, the line-up will be good. You can purchase the tickets starting at noon today, at ultramusicfestival.com. Uh, happy Halloween.

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