Ultra Music Festival just demolished the competition with a Phase 2 lineup boasting artists like Tchami, Markus Schulz, Dog Blood, Black Coffee, Sven Väth, Ghastly, 3LAU, Malaa, Elephante, Gigantic NGHTMRE (Big Gigantic + NGHTMRE), Tom Morello, k?d, NERO, SPOR, Peekaboo, Whipped Cream, Space Jesus and others. Not to mention Eric Prydz – who will perform a solo set as well as a set under his Cirez D techno alias alongside Adam Beyer.
The UMF Radio stage will also be bumping with epic sets from Jai Wolf, Kasbo, and Pluko, along with a mau5trap takeover featuring artists like Rinzen, Spencer Brown, Tinlicker, and J. Worra. Perhaps the most notable Phase 2 lineup includes epic b2b performances from Dog Blood (Boys Noize and Skrillex) and Gigantic NGHTMRE (Big Gigantic and NGHTMRE), Vini Vici b2b Infected Mushroom that will surely be bringing some serious heat to the festival this year.
The addition follows up the Phase 1 lineup reveal from last December with the likes of likes of Testpilot, Zedd, The Chainsmokers, Illenium, Odesza, and others.
Check out the phase 2 lineup below.
We’re thrilled to present the Phase 2 Lineup for #Ultra2019!
Explore the unique experiences available every day at each of our stages & begin planning the details of your incredible trip to Ultra Music Festival 2019
— Ultra Music Festival (@ultra) February 5, 2019
Ultra Music Festival 2019 will be taking place at the new venue of Virginia Key. The new venue will permit an extended operating time until 2:00 A.M. and will provide the festival with an increased capacity. Attendees will also have vastly expanded space as compared to the former venue, Bayfront Park. Fans will also experience in-tandem staging at both the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park and Miami Marine Stadium Flex Park, creating a wholly unique single event space.
Ultra Music Festival will take place from March 29th to March 31st, 2019.
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