Ultra Music Festival Announces North American Tour, Headlined by Fedde Le Grand

Ultra Music Festival is goin' on tour, beat freaks.

So if you don't have the massive cash stash for a road trip to the flagship in the MIA (or enough frequent flyer rewards points for a jet ride to Ultra Europe in Croatia), just rendezvous with the UMF crew, Fedde Le Grand, and Sultan + Ned Shepard in Syracuse, New York. Or Pontiac, Michigan. Or South Padre Island, Texas.

The Road to Ultra: A Long Way From Home begins in Atlantic City on March 1. There's gonna be eight other uhntz-uhntz-ing stops along the way. And then the trek will end at Ultra Music Festival 2013 in Downtown Miami.

Check the cut for Ultra Music Festival's full North American tour schedule.

See also:

-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

Road to Ultra: A Long Way From Home Tour Schedule

March 1 HQ @ Revel, Atlantic City, NJ

March 2 Pacha, New York, NY

March 3 Prime, Boston, MA

March 4 Westcott Theatre, Syracuse, NY

March 6 Elektricity, Pontiac, MI

March 7 The Mid, Chicago, IL

March 12 La Zona Rosa / SXSW, Austin, TX

March 13 Club Chaos, South Padre Island, TX

March 14 Stereo Live, Houston, TX

March 15 Ultra Music Festival, Miami, FL

Road to Ultra: A Long Way From Home. With Fedde Le Grand and Sultan + Ned Shepard. As part of Ultra Music Festival 2013. Thursday, March 15. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Visit

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