Just a few days stand between us and the Miami edition of Ultra Music festival and everything is clicking together in regard to the events smartphone app and the final lineup. UMF finally revealed the last phase of their lineup. They added two brand new stages and a small army of supporting artists.
Time slots on already announced stages have been filled with well-known acts such as Blasterjaxx, Bob Moses, Borgeous, Don Diablo, Fedde LeGrand, Felix Jaehn, Getter, MakJ, Markus Schulz and Peaches. The Main Stage will reach the climax on Sunday with a remarkable collaboration between Knife Party and Pendulum. After that B2B we can look forward to Zedd, David Guetta, Carnage and others. Since Phase 2, Kygo, Blasterjaxx, MakJ, Dyro, Alok, Vintage Culture and Borgeous have been added onto the Main Stage’s roster. Names added to the Live Stage lineup are Afrobeta, Bob Moses and Peaches. Afrobeta will be the opening act on Saturday, before sets from Nero, Crystal Castles and legendary the Prodigy. The Carl Cox, which probably excites our techno lovers already had an incredibly impressive lineup. The only name added was Marcus Shultz. He will be playing on Sunday, just before the epic Armin Van Buuren, Eric Prydz and Deadmau5. Cedric Gervais was the only artist added to Ultra’s Worldwide stage. He will be preforming on Saturday, before KSHMR and The Chainsmokers. The first of two new stages is named Stage 7 and will play host to a wide mix of trap, future bass, deep house artists. We are sure that Stage 7, with sets from Alvin Risk, Kennedy Jones, Jackal and Riot Gear will be a win for almost all dance music lovers. The second stage, Oasis, consists of mostly local talent located in Miami. A great idea for all who like to hear new things and a chance for artists, who haven’t made it to main stage yet, to showcase their work. For all those lucky people attending this year’s UMF Miami, make sure to download their app for all information needed.