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Ultra Music Festival Will Not Return to Miami in 2020

Ultra Music Festival Will Not Return to Miami in 2020
Brian Bonavoglia

After shocking the electronic dance music community last year moving from its beloved home at Bayfront Park to Virginia Key, Ultra Miami has announced today that the 3-day event has shared an open letter revealing that the festival “voluntarily terminated our City of Miami license and thank them for being a part of our story for the past two decades.”

The letter went on to state that the Ultra Music Festival is “now finalizing a new South Florida location that will serve as an incredible and permanent home for Ultra Music Festival.”

Read their complete open letter to fans below and stay tuned for updates regarding the future of Ultra Music Festival.

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