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Ultra Music Festival Needs To Fork Over $2 Million To Remain at Bayfront Park

Ultra Music Festival Needs To Fork Over $2 Million To Remain at Bayfront Park
Brian Bonavoglia

Fresh off the announcement of tickets going on sale for Ultra Music Festival Miami 2019 next Wednesday, June 6th, 2018, a recent report in the Miami Herald (click here) has revealed the commissioner demanding $2 million to stay at its prime waterfront location.

While Ultra has already locked down 2019 and confirmed a return to its beloved home at Bayfront Park on March 29, 30, and 31st next year, where the festival calls home in 2020 could be up in the air following this recent report. However, with all the obvious perks that come along with Miami Music Week throughout Miami, we have a good feeling Ultra will be calling Bayfront Park home for another twenty years.

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