Ultra Music Festival

Ultra Music Festival 2015 Tickets on Sale Now

On your mark. Get set. Go score some rave tix.

Ultra Music Festival 2015 tickets are officially on sale. So for all those party people who qualify under UMF's new 18-and-over policy, it's time to camp in front of the computer and secure a spot at America's longest-running dance fest.

This is UMF's 17th year, which is chuckle-worthy given the new age restriction. But hey, at least the price was reduced.

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Last year's three-day general admission passes were a whopping $500 after taxes, and though Ultra boasts one of the most varied and marketable dance music lineups in the U.S., fans were still pretty pissed.

So for 2015, UMF offered ticket registration, and knocked the price down to $379.95 or even $299.95, depending on how quickly you signed up.

Unfortunately, only regularly priced tix are available now. But even the cost of those passes has been slashed by "nearly $50," as Ultra organizers note, bringing regular GA to $449.95.

And for all the budget ravers ... There's even a layaway option.

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Ultra Music Fesival 2015. Friday to Sunday, March 27 to 29, 2015. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets are on sale now and cost $299.95 to $449.95. Ages 18 and up. Visit ultramusicfestival.com.

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