If, like Crossfade, you've ever tried to tweetcast a trip to the Port-a-Potty while waiting all weekend in line to take a pee at Ultra Music Festival ...
Or attempted YouTube-ing a video of some guy making out with a pile of trash behind the dubstep tent ...
Or even tried frantically emailing mom, just to say: "I love you. And I'm sorry. And please don't remember me this way."
Well, then you're fully aware that Internet and cell service has always sucked at Ultra. But no longer 'cause UMF organizers just announced: "We will provide FREE, festival-wide WIFI at ULTRA 15!!!"
"As a thank you for all of your support," the UMF folks ecstatically exclaim via Facebook, "we'd like to offer you guys a gift from all of us at Ultra Music Festival!"
The only catch: All y'all beat freaks gotta help push Ultra's Wi-Fi image past "5,000 shares" on Facebook.
— Ultra Music Festival (@ultramusic) March 12, 2013
We can't wait to uhntz-uhntz at Ultra 2013 while also watching the live UMF TV stream, checking in via Facebook, tweeting exclamation points at all our fave DJs, and just straight social media-ing the shit outta this thing.
Ultra 2013!!! Free Wi-Fi!!! Epic!!!
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