Ultra Music Festival Releases Official 2013 Closing Movie: "We Miss You Guys So Much ;("

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Suffering from uhntz-uhntz withdrawal?

Well, your BFFs at Ultra Music Festival are hurting too. They're just wracked with the painful physical and psychological symptoms of craving the lost companionship of 330,000 beat freaks. Even tweeting, "We miss you guys so much ;("

Desperate to alleviate the pain of silence and separation after just two weeks, the Ultra peeps are screaming "Thanks for the memories!" with the release of the fest's official 2013 closing movie, Forever in My Mind.

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Directed by Final Kid, this 245-second cinematic love letter is "a special video to thank everybody," your UMF-ers ecstatically exclaim, "for an historic 15th anniversary of Ultra Music Festival in Miami!

"Attended by 330,000 people and watched by more than 10 million people on Youtube! We really made history together!

"But," your Ultra Music Festival BFFs admit, "it's just a little taste for what is to come in RELIVE ULTRA MIAMI 2013 (the official aftermovie) coming in June. #RELIVEULTRA"

The memories will never end. Peace, love, unity, respect. Uhntz-uhntz.

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