UR1 Festival Tickets On Sale! Right Effing Now!

Hey, kid. No more waiting for the man. The time has finally come.

UR1 Festival tickets are on sale! Right effing now! The ambitious first-time art and music festival will be making a big splash during Art Basel Miami Beach weekend. And it's gonna be your chance to catch some of the hottest contemporary and most legendary names in hip-hop, rock, dance, and alternative.

Now that tickets are available, we feel like celebrating. As co-headliners The Offspring once said, "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah."

See also:

-Kanye West, Lou Reed, Offspring Headlining UR1 Festival

-M.I.A., Fun., Seven Others Rumored for UR1

-UR1 Fest Announces Phase 2 Lineup: Ghostland Observatory, Reboot, Dan Deacon, 14 Others

The initial UR1 lineup already comes stacked with a massive list of must-sees, from Kanye West to the aforementioned Offspring to Lou Reed, Keane, Fun., Santigold, Erick Morillo, Sven Vath, Pete Tong and Bob Sinclar.

It's also rumored that Moby, M.I.A., Modest Mouse, Feist, Bloc Party and more could be added to the bill in the next round of artist announcements.

Plus, it's Basel. So there'll be plenty of auxiliary art shenanigans going down. Why don't you take a break from partying and get some culture in your life, bruh?

The debut festival is more than likely going to rock your socks off. That being said, you might be best grabbing up a pair of tickets as soon as possible. You gotta split, there ain't no time to waste.

UR1 Music Festival. Saturday, December 8, and Sunday, December 9. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets cost $149 plus fees via wantickets.com. Visit ur1festival.com.

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