Ultra Music Festival will return to Miami, FL on March 29, 30 and 31 2019 with an expanded array of talent set to take on their brand new home at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park and Miami Marine Stadium. With the full RESISTANCE lineup and RESISTANCE Island tri-stage concept announced, a new wave of headliners have been added to the mix, with Adam Beyer b2b Cirez D, Black Coffee, Dog Blood (Skrillex + Boys Noize), Eric Prydz, Sven Väth and Tom Morello (Live) all set to perform throughout the weekend.
Along with extended hours and expanded festival grounds, Ultra will also see more label and brand curated stages than ever before.
Odesza’s ‘Foreign Family Collective’, deadmau5’s ‘mau5trap’, Richie Hawtin’s ‘Play Differently’, Martin Garrix’s ‘STMPD’ as well as the return of Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State of Trance’ have all been announced for 2019.
Ultra Music Festival has also revealed the day by day lineup for the final weekend of March, unveiling a total of 7 stages.
The 2019 edition will see the full rollout of RESISTANCE Island featuring the Carl Cox Megastructure alongside 2 new editions in the REFLECTOR and Arrival Stages. The new Live Arena will see the worldwide debut of deadmau5’s ‘Cube 3.0’ concept as well as Gigantic NGHTMRE’s new live show, not to mention massive performances from both ILLENIUM and ODESZA. The Ultra Main Stage will see closing performances from Marshmello, Martin Garrix, and The Chainsmokers throughout the weekend, while the Ultra Worldwide stage will see the return of Dog Blood (Skrillex + Boys Noize) and bass music pioneers, Zeds Dead. Rounding out the weekend, the UMF Radio stage will see label takeovers, with Foreign Family Collective, Mau5trap & STMPD setting the lineups each day.
Ultra will offer a unique and convenient transportation option — ferry transit!
Skip the drive and arrive to the festival by boat after a short ride across Biscayne Bay. Ferry transport passes will go on sale soon. These 3-day passes are valid for transport both to and from the festival. There are a limited quantity of these passes and they will be available on a first come, first served basis.