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Ultra 2013, Day Three: The 15 Photo Highlights, From Plushie Penises to Killer Clowns

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Ever get caught in the midst of a 150,000-person uhntz orgy while a plushie penis presses against your thigh and a redheaded, dreadlocked killer clown leers at the action with a menacing, dagger-toothed grin splattered across his face?

Well, then you've probably never been to Ultra Music Festival.

Make the jump for Crossfade's 15-photo recap of day three at Ultra 2013.

Check out the 76-photo slideshow for "Ultra Music Festival 2013 Weekend One Day Three."

See also:

-Ultra 2013 in Pics: Day One, From Marijuana Boobs to Human Bananas

-Ultra 2013 in Pics: Day Two, From Stoned Gnomes to UMF Tramp Stamps

-Ultra 2013 in Pics: Day Four, From Robot Ravers to Boys Noize's Skull

-Ultra 2013 in Pics: Day Five, From Lip Tattoos to Pookie Monsters

-Ultra 2013 in Pics: Day Six, From Bass Bitches to Human Chickens

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