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Ultra Music Festival 2013's Weekend Two Is Officially Sold Out

Well, it finally happened.

Tickets for weekend two of Ultra Music Festival 2013 have officially sold out.

That means the possibility of a trip to Miami's annual dance mecca is quickly slipping out of your slow-grabby reach.

Yes, you still have a shot at purchasing weekend one tickets or six-day festival passes. But time's running out, beat freaks.

See also:

-Ultra Music Festival 2013 Dates Announced

-Ultra Music Festival 2013 Expands to "Two Big Weekends!"

-Swedish House Mafia Headlining Ultra Music Festival 2013

-Deadmau5 Returns to Ultra Music Festival in 2013

-Ultra 2013 Announces Phase 1 Lineup: Tiesto, Kaskade, Avicii, 25 Others

-Ultra 2013 Phase 2 Lineup: Alesso, Eric Prydz, Snoop Dogg, Tons More

In case you missed Ultra's Phase Two lineup announcement, almost every name in the EDM game made the cut, from electro to indie, dubstep, trap, and trance.

Even Snoop Dogg and some future R&B like The Weeknd got added to the bill. That probably gave the double-decker festival the final push it needed.

It was no surprise that tix sold out. And so fast.

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Now ... Just imagine the uhntz-uhntz-ing sales pandemonium that'll break out when Ultra organizers reveal the final Phase Three lineup additions.

The Ultra Music Festival ticket meter's gonna be rocketing past 1000 percent!

Ultra Music Festival 2013. With Deadmau5, Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto, Avicii, and others. Friday, March 16, to Sunday, March 17, and Friday, March 22, to Sunday, March 24.. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Visit ultramusicfestival.com.

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