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Ultra 2013: Ten Best Reasons to Wake Up Early for UMF's Last Day

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Sure, Ultra ends at midnight. And by the last day of the two-weekend fest, you may be tired and feel like sleeping in.

Well, don't. 'Cause then you will miss all the killer daytime sets. And a ton of other awesome stuff. Like Crossfade's 13 best reasons to wake up early for Ultra Music Festival 2013's final day.

See also:

-Ten Best Butts at Ultra 2013

-Ultra 2013: Top Ten (Almost) Naked Raver Bros

-Ten Best Inflatable Animals, Blow-Up Dolls, and Other Party Props

-Top 13 Hardcore Ravers at Ultra 2013 in Animated GIF!

-Naked Dancing Dude Gets Arrested at Ultra Music Festival 2013 (NSFW VIDEO)

-Ultra 2013: Top Ten (Almost) Naked Raver Girls

The Store

Quick, you need dark shades, a t-shirt, booty shorts, stickers, and as many souvenirs as you can wear at once from an air-conditioned room that takes credit cards.

People of Ultra

Forget about the music, this festival would be nothing without the people who go to it. See them in the daytime too.

This Weird Head-Scratcher Thing

If she offers, don't say no. It feels good.

People Goin' Crazy

All types of people from all types of places, all going nuts at once.

Neon

It's even brighter in the sun.

Azealia Banks

She can rap her ass off. And her dancers dance their ass off. And her DJ scratches his scratch off.

Major Lazer Booty Contest

These guys encourage freedom of expression.

Phil L. Herold Might Be There

He is an internationally renowned multimedia artist and Snoop's homie.

Vuvuzelas

Because, mo'fucka, somebody needs to teach these out-of-state tourists how to play them.

Keith Richards

Rock 'n' roll will never die.

And of course, again, the people are what make the party:

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