What Are We Gonna Call the Week of Ultra Music Festival?

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As conference approaches, if someone is "winning" the battle of the dueling electronic music weeks in March, it's definitely Ultra Music Festival. That's not to say Winter Music Conference will be a total dud. In the coming weeks, though, as Crossfade starts to reveal our findings, you'll see it's painfully skewed toward the end of month.

However, there is one point of confusion: What are we calling the week of March 22 to 27? Ultra Music Festival always served as the closing party for WMC, but that won't be the case this year.

In the interest of clarifying things, we want you, the reader, to help us name the last week of March. That's right, whatever you choose to call it, we swear that'll be the only name we'll use. You have until February 13 to vote.

Democracy in action!

Have other ideas for names? Pitch them to us in the comments below.

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