The stress over potential set time conflicts can begin as Ultra Music Festival drops the lineups for each stage of this year’s edition.
Ultra Music Festival is a dance music lover’s dream. From the always-stellar lineups to its jaw-dropping production, as well as an impressive attendance from fans around the world, this multi-day festival at Miami’s Bayfront Park has become a rite of passage that everyone in the scene must make their way to eventually. And there’s no better time than now to attend as the festival returns on March 25-27 after being put on hiatus for two years due to the pandemic.
After releasing all three phases of their lineup, it became clear that they would stay true to tradition with a monumental bill of artists slated to play the show this year for its 22nd edition. Mainstage mavens like Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, and Tiësto are set to make their return to Ultra Miami. Further, exciting appearances from genre-bending Pendulum, a VOYD set from SVDDEN DEATH, and Gareth Emery‘s debut of his Analog album. Attendees can also look forward to dance-ready b2b sets between Vintage Culture and Claptone for the first time ever and Jauz and NGHTMRE, as well as Mija and GG MAGREE.
Today, Ultra Music Festival has released their daily lineups by stage so fans can get an extra burst of excitement envisioning their favorite artists performing at each stage. A special guest is slated to close out the festival Sunday night, with main stage closing sets from Illenium and Kygo the first two nights as well. The Worldwide stage on Friday will also Armin van Buuren‘s A State of Trance celebrating its 10th Ultra Music Festival takeover with a special first-ever b2b set from the ASOT founder himself and Reinier Zonneveld. Knife Party and Zeds Dead are set to headline the Worldwide stage the following nights of the festival.
Carl Cox will be returning to his iconic RESISTANCE MegaStructure, taking place over all three festival days for the first time at Bayfront Park. Attendees can get their fix of house and techno from artists like Nina Kraviz, Adam Beyer, and Amelie Lens to name a few, and also check out RESISTANCE’s brand new stage “The Cove” with artists like Boris Brejcha making his Ultra debut on Friday and Solardo throwing down some tech-house beats on Saturday.
Additionally, the UMF Radio Stage will be hosting three label takeovers as well from Martin Garrix’s STMPD RCRDS on Friday, Slander and NGHTMRE’s GUD VIBRATIONS on Saturday, and Coone’s Dirty Workz on Sunday for the first-ever hardstyle stage takeover at Ultra Miami.
Check out the full daily stage lineups for Ultra Music Festival 2022 below and stay tuned for more details on the upcoming edition. Thinking about attending? Head over to Ultra’s website for more information. Tickets are on sale now and will sell out soon!