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Ultra Music Festival 2016 Tickets Selling for $249.95 to $324.95

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Unzip that Ultra-approved clear plastic backpack. Count out a few hundred party bucks. And start the uhntz-uhntz-ing countdown. In just six days, it’s gonna be time to buy more Ultra Music Festival tix. 

Ultra 2016’s opening limited-ticket sale begins at 1 p.m. on May 4, as the fest continues its recent price slashing with three early-bird offers.

In 2015, after years and years of raver complaints regarding the ever-rising cost of attending Ultra, the festival, "for the first time in its history, and as a thank you to its loyal legion of fans... reduc[ed] the price of general-admission tickets,” selling passes for $299.95 to $449.95.

For Ultra 2016, though, organizers are giving party people even better deals. The limited-ticket, early-bird sale will be conducted in three stages — Tiers 1, 2, and 3 — as prices rise from $249.95 to $299.95 and then $324.95. Of course, these bargain rates are “subject to availability and [do] not include service charges, state taxes, and fees.”

As the fest also points out, “Tier 1 and 2 early-bird tickets are only available to those who have registered in advance” while “Tier 3 tickets are available to everyone.”

So go sign up via ultramusicfestival.com, certify that you are "18 years of age or older,” and get set for another Ultra tix blitz.


Ultra Music Festival 2016. Friday to Sunday, March 18 to 20, 2016. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets cost $249.95 and up. Ages 18 and over. Visit ultramusicfestival.com.

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