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Ultra 2020 Phase Two Adds Boys Noize, Madeon, Sofi Tukker, and Others to the Lineup

Don't expect Ultra to go anywhere.EXPAND
Don't expect Ultra to go anywhere.
Daniella Mia

Despite the revived efforts of disgruntled downtown residents to oust Ultra Music Festival from Bayfront Park, Miami's biggest EDM extravaganza doesn't seem to be going anywhere. In fact, the fest just announced the next wave of acts for the 2020 edition.

Four live headliners have been added, including Madeon, Gryffin, Sofi Tukker, and Gareth Emery, while new DJ headliners include Kygo, Loco Dice, Oliver Heldens, and a back-to-back set with Malaa and DJ Snake. Even more exciting may be the stack of supporting acts: Boys Noize, Borgore, Sander van Doorn, Laidback Luke, Krewella, Fedde Le Grand, and many others have been added to the bill.

This new lineup announcement comes after a group of downtown residents filed a lawsuit against the City of Miami for allowing Ultra to return to Bayfront Park. The group is concerned with what it calls "catastrophic noise" emanating from the festival.

Ultra's first Phase One lineup included live headliners Zedd, Flume, Gesaffelstein, and Major Lazer, as well as Richie Hawtin, Above and Beyond, Eric Prydz, Afrojack, and others. Here's the entire lineup, with new additions in bold:

Live Headliners
Flume
Gesaffelstein
Gryffin
Lazerface by Gareth Emery
Madeon
Sofi Tukker

Zedd presents the Orbit

DJ Headliners
Above & Beyond
Adam Beyer b2b Cirez D
Afrojack
Amelie Lens
Armin van Buuren
Carl Cox
David Guetta
DJ Snake
Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber B3B Paco Osuna
Eric Prydz
Fisher
Jamie Jones b3b Carl Cox B3B Surprise Guest
Jauz B2B Nghtmre
KSHMR Presents Dharma
Kygo
Loco Dice

Maceo Plex b2b Carl Cox
Malaa b2b DJ Snake
Martin Garrix
Oliver Heldens
Richie Hawtin
Slander b2b Kayzo
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4B b2b Saymyname
Aly & Fila
Andrew Rayel
Andy C
Bassjackers b2b Dr Phunk
Borgore
Boys Noize (live)
Brooks b2b Julian Jordan
Cesqeaux
Chemical Surf
Chocolate Puma
Dannic b2b Sick Individuals
The Return of Dash Berlin
Deorro
Eptic
Fedde Le Grand
Frank Walker
Habstrakt
Hybrid Minds
Ilan Bluestone
Infuze
J. Worra
Justin Mylo
KAAZE b2b Maddix
Kompany
Krewella (live)
Laidback Luke
Logistics
Lost Frequencies
Markus Schulz
Matisse & Sadko b2b DubVision
Metrik
Mike Williams b2b Special Guest
Moksi
Nicky Romero
Ookay (live)
Osrin
Peekaboo
Perto
Rodg
Ruben De Ronde
Sander van Doorn presents Purple Haze
Snails b2b Kill the Noise
Somnium Sound b2b Ubur
Space Jesus
Sub Focus
Subtronics
Syn Cole
Tchami
Thomas Gold b2b Deniz Koyu
Tritonal
TV Noise
Vini Vici
WAVEDASH b2b Shadient
Whethan
Whipped Cream
Young Bombs

Resistance 2020

Headliners
Adam Beyer x Cirez D
Amelie Lens
Anna
CamelPhat
Carl Cox
Dubfire b3b Nicole Moudaber b3b Paco Osuna
Eats Everything
Gorgon City
Jamie Jones b3b Carl Cox b3b the Martinez Brothers
Loco Dice
Maceo Plex b2b Carl Cox
Nic Fanciulli
Pan-Pot
Richie Hawtin
Solardo
Tale of Us

Special Guests
Anfisa Letyago
Artbat
Brennen Grey
Butch
Christopher Coe (live)
Dom Dolla
Enrico Sangiuliano
Matador (live)
Michael Bibi b2b Dennis Cruz
Nastia
Popof
Rafa Barrios
Reinier Zonneveld (live)
Technasia b3b Hector b3b Carlo Lio

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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