Ultra Music Festival 2012 Announces Phase 2 Lineup With 144 New Beat-Freaking Acts

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Check out Ultra Music Festival 2012's Phase 1 lineup.

There are only five weeks left till epic levels of uhntz-uhntz turn Downtown Miami into a 150,000-person public orgy!

Back in December, Ultra Music Festival announced its initial 92-act roster. And just 14 days later, the fest "completely sold-out."

But this morning, thousands of sad, ticketless beat freaks have suddenly flipped into an electro-sexual frenzy, shedding tears and busting moves in their raving underwear while trolling the internet's blackest markets for three-day passes to the 2012 edition of Ultra Music Festival.

Why the surge in Ultra interest? Well, the fest just revealed its Phase 2 lineup, a massive early-morning release of 144 new beat-freaking acts including Annie Mac, Benny Benassi, Martin Solveig, Erick Morillo, and DJ Shadow.

So ... Go get those black-market tix! And then see the cut for Ultra Music Festival's full Phase 2 lineup.

Ultra Music Festival 2012 Phase 2 Lineup

*In alphabetical order

-Aleksus Sanchez

-Alvin Risk

-Ammie Graves

-Andres Fresko

-Andrew Parsons

-Annie Mac


-Azari & Ill DJ Set

-Bass Control

-Bass Nacho



-Benny Benassi

-Bingo Players

-Bishop Magnetic


-Busy P



-Christopher James


-Cosmic Gate


-Darick Gyorgy

-Dash Berlin


-Deniz Koyu

-Deniz Kurtel Live

-Digitalism DJ Set

-Dillon Francis

-Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

-DJ Dragon

-DJ Icey

-DJ Koo


-DJ Naomie K

-DJ Shadow

-DJ Stellar

-DJ Wags

-DJ Xta-C



-Electric Soulside

-Erick Morillo


-Felix Cartel

-Flynn Nolan




-Gui Boratto


-Hard Rock Sofa


-Heather Holiday

-Hil Huerta

-Hugh Cleal

-IDeaL & J-Break



-Jared Coetzee

-Jason Daniel

-Jeff Thompson

-Jefferson Funk

-Jefr Tale


-Jeremy Olander

-Jes Live

-Jimmie Page

-Joachim Garraud

-Joe Bermudez

-Junior Sanchez



-Krafty Kuts

-Lance Blaise & Gabriel Ben

-Laura of Miami

-Lazerdisc Party Sex

-Lazy Rich

-Lee Foss

-Lightfield Live

-Loco Dice

-Love & Light

-Luke Da Duke



-Manuel De La Mare

-Martin Solveig

-Maya Jane Coles



-Miss Nine




-Nate Campbell


-Nobody Beats The Drum

-Noel Sanger

-Paper Diamond

-Paul Thomas

-Pedro M

-Pendulum DJ Set

-Phunk Investigation

-Pierce Fulton

-Plump DJs

-Professor Genius Brains

-Proxxy & Lantern


-Renato Ratier

-Rhino & Miss Cooper

-Rhoan Troy

-Richard Dinsdale

-Richard Fraioli

-Richie Hawtin

-Robert Dale

-Rod B. & Re Dupre

-Rogrigo Vieira & Ferris

-Ryan Morales

-Sandro Silva


-Shira - Masss

-Shut Da Mouth

-Sidney Samson


-Spencer & Hill



-Stanton Warriors

-Stefano Noferini



-Sultan & Ned Shepard

-Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano

-Swanky Jones

-Swanky Tunes


-Sydney Blu

-Tale Of Us


-The Flash Brothers


-Treasure Fingers


-Vida & Hannah Rad

-Wolfgang Gartner


Ultra Music Festival 2012. Friday, March 23, to Sunday, March 25. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets are sold out. Visit ultramusicfestival.com.

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