Ultra Music Festival 2018
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Ultra Music Festival is just a few short weeks away and they’ve given us even more reasons to be excited with their final lineup! 

Whether you’re getting excited to catch your favorite artist, explore the new expansive venue, get down and dirty on RESISTANCE Island, or simply reunite with old friends, the hype surrounding Ultra Music Festival continues to build. Hosted on Virginia Key over the weekend of March 29-31, this year’s edition is quickly shaping up to be one of the most interesting yet and now they’ve given their dedicated fanbase even more news!

That’s right, the final lineup for Ultra Music Festival is here and it sees its completion with artists like Dzeko, Tommie Sunshine, Deborah De Luca, Bonnie X Clyde, and more added to the bill. We were stoked to see MonstergetdownHabstrakt and Born Dirty joining the party down in Miami as well, as they’ll surely be dropping some sick beats for the crowd to dance the day away to.

Also announced today was the lineup for all three days of the Oasis stage, giving some local artists the opportunity to play the festival. Sets we think you should definitely try to catch include DJ IDeal‘s b2b with Angemi and Metaphysical‘s performance as well.

Additionally, it looks like Ultra Music Festival has a few hidden surprises still in store for attendees as a handful of blurred spaces still have found their way onto the lineup by stage flyer. Stay tuned as we’ll update you if any news of who they might be surfaces!

Check out the final lineup below and grab your tickets for Ultra Music Festival 2019 over at ultramusicfestival.com today to lock in your experience. Will you be going to UMF this year? Let us know in the comments!

Ultra Music Festival 2019 Final Lineup:

Ultra Music Festival 2019 Final Lineup

Ultra Music Festival 2019 Final Lineup by Stage:

Ultra Music Festival 2019 Final Lineup By Stage

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