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Ultra Music Festival 2011 Phase One Lineup: Simian Mobile Disco, Empire of the Sun, Erasure, David Guetta, and More (UPDATE)

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Ultra Music Festival revealed its Phase One lineup announcement early this morning via Facebook. The lineup really shows an ambitious mix of live indie-dance bands, usual crop of house DJs, and more experimental electronic musicians. Really, it's one of the best lineups for the festival in recent years.

Previously announced acts like Chemical Brothers, Carl Cox, Cut Copy, Röyksopp and Crystal Castles, join now-confirmed acts like David Guetta, Empire of the Sun, Trentemøller, Klaxons, Simian Mobile Disco, Erasure, CSS, Claude VonStroke, Nero, Mr. Oizo, Chromeo, and more.

Tickets are still on sale for $179.95 for 3-day general admission.

Full lineup after the jump.

UPDATE: Recent additions denoted with an asterisk.

UPDATE 2.0: The second batch of additions denoted with two asterisks.

UPDATED 3.0: The venue will be, once again, Bicentennial Park. This is confirmed by the press release sent out today.

Tiësto
Deadmau5
The Chemical Brothers (Live)
David Guetta
Carl Cox
Empire of the Sun
Pendulum (Live)*
Crystal Castles
Cut Copy
Röyksopp
Trentemøller (Live)
Erasure
MSTRKRFT
Boyz Noize
Chromeo
Ferry Corsten
Laurent Garnier (Live)**
STS9
Klaxons
CSS
Benny Benassi
Afrojack**
Rusko
Simian Mobile Disco (Live)
Steve Aoki
Wolfgang Gartner
!!!
Claude VonStroke
Sander Kleinenberg (Live)
Roger Sanchez**
Skrillex
Hybrid (Live)
Gui Boratto
Sub Focus (Live)*
Martin Solveig
Joris Voorn
Mr. Oizo
Nero
Chris Lake
Holy Ghost!
Tinie Tempah
Super Mash Bros.
Funkagenda*
Alex Gaudino**

Daedlus**
Afrobeta

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