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If there is one guarantee in life is that Ultra Music Festival's lineup is always one of the best in the country. Need proof? Early-bird, two-day tickets to the festival, which sold for $99.95, are gone. What's impressive is that it happened without a single act being announced for the 2010 edition.

But don't fret, tickets to the festival haven't really sold out. Two-day general admission tickets are now being sold for $139.95 (plus all those taxes and ticketing charges). Still no word on who exactly will be performing, but if you're smart you'll probably want to snag some tickets right away. The festival will take place March 26 and 27 at Bicentennial Park in downtown Miami. Tickets are available now via ultramusicfestival.com.

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