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Ultra 2013, Day Two: The 20 Photo Highlights, From Stoned Gnomes to UMF Tramp Stamps

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In Ultra land, even the gnomes get stoned. And all the EDM princesses slap a UMF tramp stamp just above their ass cracks. It's a beautiful place full of PLUR people.

Honestly, we've never been to a 150,000-person music festival where the raver robots, Super Marios, bad bitches, unicorn bros, and lucha libres are so polite and nice.

It's a feel-good vibe at UMF, man. Catch the beat-freak bug after the cut with Crossfade's 20-photo recap of day two at Ultra Music Festival 2013.

Check out the 91-photo slideshow for "Ultra Music Festival 2013 Weekend One Day Two."

See also:

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

-Ultra 2013 in Pics: Day Three, From Plushie Penises to Killer Clowns

-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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