Miami Music Week

Ultra Music Festival's Documentary, Can U Feel It, Premiering During Miami Music Week

You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll uhntz-uhntz uncontrollably.

That's right ... We're talking about Ultra Music Festival's 45-minute concert documentary, Can U Feel It: The UMF Experience.

With a cast of 200 uber-mega-superstar DJs, lazer-wielding robots, tattooed mice men, half-naked electro groupies, and 150,000 soother-sucking beat freaks, it's guaranteed to induce EDM orgasms at approximately 169 BPMs.

And it'll finally premiere in Miami on March 21.

After dropping a flashy Michael Bay-style 85-second debut trailer in October, UMF Films and its collaborators, Final Kid along with Dutch Tilt Productions, have spent four and a half months finessing this "film about the rise of dance music, through the eyes of the world's greatest DJs, at one of the world's largest events."

But now Ultra and the rest have wrapped post-production. And yesterday, they announced that "7,500 fans will join the cast and crew of Can U Feel It, including surprise guest DJ sets" for the movie's official world premiere at Bayfront Park's Klipsch Amphitheater during Miami Music Week.

For dance addicts, though, with zero chance of making the Miami premiere ... Don't stop fist-pumping!

Thanks to Fathom Events, Can U Feel It will also be screening in 400 American theaters on March 22. So starting this Friday, go buy tix for this "one night only" popcorn party with Tiësto, David Guetta, Carl Cox, Afrojack, Fedde Le Grand, Boys Noize, and all your other fave DJs.

There's nothing radder than a rave at the beat-freaking multiplex.

Ultra Music Festival's Can U Feel It: The UMF Experience world premiere. Wednesday, March 22. Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets are free with reservation, priority given to Ultra Music Festival ticket holders. Visit

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