Ultra Music Festival Releases Third Phase of 2022 Lineup

Ultra Music Festival 2019 Day 3
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After releasing a stacked list of artists on the first two phases of their lineup, Ultra Music Festival just dropped more to get excited for!

Miami is one destination that every dance music lover needs to check out at least once in their life, especially when the parties are rolling for Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival. While the former sees parties spread all over the city, the latter has consistently brought forth top artists in the scene to the stage. While the 2020 and 2021 editions of Ultra Miami were postponed, the festival is roaring back in 2022 as they ride the initial wave of artists announced on the first two phases of their lineup.

Already set to take the stage at Ultra Music Festival on March 25-27 are world-renowned artists including the likes of Pendulum, Carl Cox, Boris Brejcha, NGHTMRE, JAUZ, Afrojack, Seven Lions, Adam Beyer, Claptone, Alison Wonderland, and Martin Garrix. Today, UMF released the latest phase of artists on the lineup to make this one of the biggest editions of the festival yet.

Joining the fun in Miami this year are some truly unique experiences from artists like KSHMR and Olan who will both bring live performances to the stage. Bass lovers will be stoked to see Kill The Noise and Slushii join in on the fun while the GHOST RYDR set from JOYRYDE and Ghastly is sure to draw a huge crowd. Further additions include other fantastic house DJs and producers such as Michael Bibi, Dom Dolla, and John Summit who have dominated the decks as of late.

Check out the full Phase 3 lineup for Ultra Music Festival 2022 below and stay tuned for more details on the upcoming edition. Thinking about attending? Head over Ultra’s website for more information. Tickets are on sale now!

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