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Ultra 2020 Reveals Phase 3 Additions: Tokimonsta, Baauer, DJ Coone, and Others

Ultra 2020 has revealed its final lineup
Ultra 2020 has revealed its final lineup
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Less than a month before Miami Music Week, Ultra Music Festival has revealed a third wave of performers, as well as a day-to-day schedule of acts, for the annual EDM extravaganza.

New additions include indie electronic musician Tokimonsta, trap producer Baauer of "Harlem Shake" fame, Belgian hardstyle DJ Coone, singer-songwriter Cray, and David Guetta's side project Jack Back. According to a news release from Ultra, the French DJ will also close the festival. Additionally, Armin van Buuren will celebrate ten years of A State of Trance at Ultra during a special anniversary set, while the UMF Radio Stage will host label takeovers by Revealed Recordings (celebrating its tenth anniversary), Stmpd Rcrds, and Gud Vibrations.

Ultra's first two lineup announcements included the likes of live headliners Flume, Zedd, Major Lazer, and Madeon as well as DJ headliners such as Kygo, Loco Dice, Carl Cox, and Richie Hawtin, plus plenty of back-to-back sets in between.

The festival will take over Bayfront Park Friday, March 20, through Sunday, March 22. Check out the day-by-day lineup:

Ultra Main Stage
Friday, March 20
Major Lazer
Above & Beyond
Kygo
Kshmr presents Dharma
Frank Walker
Fedde Le Grand

Saturday, March 21
DJ Snake
Martin Garrix
Afrojack
Eric Prydz
Fisher
Tchami
To Be Announced
Laidback Luke
Mykris
Tommie Sunshine

Sunday, March 22
David Guetta
Armin van Buuren
Oliver Heldens
Nicky Romero
The Return of Dash Berlin
Vini Vici
J. Worra
Young Bombs

Live Stage
Friday, March 20
Zedd presents the Orbit
Boys Noize
Whethan
Ookay
Goldfish

Saturday, March 21
Gesaffelstein
Madeon
Laserface by Gareth Emery
Tokimonsta
Krewella
Afrobeta

Sunday, March 22
Flume
Gryffin
Sofi Tukker
Ahz

Ultra Worldwide Stage
Friday, March 20
Jauz B2B Nghtmre
Snails B2B Kill the Noise
Borgore
4B B2B Saymyname
Whipped Cream
Cray
Perto

Saturday, March 21
A State of Trance (ASOT) 10-Year Ultra Anniversary Set
Armin van Buuren
Andrew Rayel
Aly & Fila
Ilan Bluestone
Tritonal
Gareth Emery
Markus Schulz
Sander van Doorn presents Purple Haze
Ruben ee Ronde
Rodg

Sunday, March 22
Malaa B2B DJ Snake
Slander B2B Kayzo
Space Jesus
Andy C
Sub Focus
Coone
Hybrid Minds
Logistics
Metrik

UMF Radio Stage
Friday, March 20 (Revealed's tenth anniversary)
Revealed's 10-Year B10B Anniversary Set
Maddix
Deorro
Mike Williams B2B Special Guest
Bassjackers B2B Dr Phunk
Dannic B2B Sick Individuals
Chocolate Puma
Thomas Gold B2B Deniz Koyu

Saturday, March 21 (Stmpd Rcrds)
To Be Announced
Lost Frequencies
Chemical Surf
Matisse & Sadko B2B DubVision
Brooks B2B Julian Jordan
TV Noise
Cesqeaux
Moksi
Justin Mylo
Osrin
Infuze
Syn Cole

Sunday, March 22 (Gud Vibrations)
1788-L
Peekaboo
Subtronics
To Be Announced
Baauer
Habstrakt
Eptic
Kompany
Wavedash B2B Shadient
Somnium Sound B2B Ubur
NitePunk

RESISTANCE CARL COX MEGASTRUCTURE
Friday, March 20
Carl Cox B2B Maceo Plex
Carl Cox
Tale of Us
Anna
Anfisa Letyago

Saturday, March 21
Carl Cox B3B Jamie Jones B3B the Martinez Brothers
Richie Hawtin
Loco Dice
Eats Everything
Enrico Sangiuliano
Saytek (live)
Christopher Coe (live)

Sunday, March 22
Carl Cox
Adam Beyer & Cirez D
Amelie Lens
Dubfire B3B Nicole Moudaber B3B Paco Osuna
Hannes Bieger (live)
Brennen Grey

RESISTANCE THE COVE
Friday, March 20
Solardo
CamelPhat
Nic Fanciulli
Gorgon City
Dom Dolla

Saturday, March 21
Pan-Pot
Reinier Zonneveld (live)
Nastia
Michael Bibi B2B Dennis Cruz
Technasia B3B Hector B3B Carlo Lio
Popof
Elio Riso

Sunday, March 22
Artbat
Matador
Jack Back
Butch
Rafa Barrios
Rod B.

Ultra Music Festival 2020. Friday, March 20, through Sunday, March 22, at Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-358-7550; bayfrontparkmiami.com. Tickets cost $399.95 via ultramusicfestival.com.

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