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Ultra Miami Festival 2023

March 24 - March 26 Bayfront Park

For a true fan of EDM music, getting to the Ultra Music Festival 2023 is a turning point in life. Why? The atmosphere of the total drive, energizing sound, and 3 complete days of the dancing rage make it a must-have for your festivals bucket list. Started in 1999 as a small electronic event, Ultra Music Festival has become a defining festival tradition that shapes the EDM scene and expands its influence worldwide, to Spain, Croatia, Mexico, Japan, Korea, and Brazil. Expect the awesome beaches of the Virginia Key Beach Park, legendary players of EDM scene and total non-stop madness at Ultra Miami!

How Much Are Ultra Miami Tickets?

The Ultra Music Festival tickets for 2023 start at $399.95 for the 3-day pass. Our ticket vendor partner VividSeats offers the following options:

  • 3-day Pass: starting at $399.95.

What are the Ultra Miami Dates?

UMF will be set up for 3 days, March 24 through March 26, 2023. Three days, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday dedicated to the total EDM madness!

Ultra Miami Lineup 2023

The lineup has more highlights than an Aaron Judge home run reel. Eric Prydz is set to bring his rare HOLO show to Ultra’s breathtaking RESISTANCE Megastructure, where techno pioneer Carl Cox will return after a captivating three-hour headlining set in 2022. Meanwhile, deadmau5 is primed for two collaborative performances: one with Kaskade (as Kx5) and another under his Testpilot alias with HI-LO, the techno nom de plume of Oliver Heldens.

Other artists confirmed to appear at Ultra 2023 include Zedd, Martin Garrix, REZZ, Armin van Buuren, CloZee, Vintage Culture and Grimes. Swedish House Mafia will headline.

ultra miami lineup 2023

What’s the Ultra Music Festival 2023 Location?

After creating quite the rumor circuit about the location of the 2023 iteration of the festival, Ultra Music Festival finally confirmed its return to Bayfront Park through its Miami 2023 trailer. The theme is naturally “we return home,” after the festival’s 2019 outing to Virginia Key Beach Park.

Where to Stay During Ultra Music Festival?

If you are not into camping, Miami and the nearby cities offer a great variety of vacation rentals and hotels near Ultra Miami to book.


How to Get to Ultra Miami?

The festival organizers provide a free shuttle to the venue from 3 transit hubs serving the Miami Area. Here are the available options:

  • Shuttle Hub A: Arts & Entertainment District (serving Downtown, Wynwood, Midtown and all areas North of the Greater Miami Area). Directions
  • Shuttle Hub B: AmericanAirlines Arena (serving Downtown Miami and Brickell). Directions
  • Shuttle Hub C: Vizcaya (serving Brickell, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables and all areas South of the Greater Miami Area). Directions

To get to the Miami itself, you may get any available flights to Miami International Airport (MIA). Check the best options at Skyscanner.com.

2023 Trailer

Frequently Asked Questions About Ultra Festival

Is there an age limit or Ultra Music Festival?

To attend the Ultra Music Festival, you should be at least 18 years old, and at least 21 years old to be allowed to consume alcohol. Please, do not forget your ID to prove your age.

How much does it cost to go to Ultra Music Festival?

The ticket prices for Ultra Miami 2023 start at $586 for the one-day pass. To get the most from the festival, you will need to cover the expenses for food, drinks and housing. The hotel in Miami will cost approximately at least $230 for 2 nights. A roundtrip flight to Miami from different parts of the US will start at $350. Finally, have a bare minimum of $500 to pay for food and drinks. Therefore, you’ll need at least $1,550 to have a comfortable time at the Ultra Music Festival.

Where is Ultra this year?

Ultra Music Festival, an integral part of Miami’s music scene since 1999, was held at the iconic Bayfront Park for 17 years. Last year, that changed. Despite the thousands of tourists (and millions of dollars) the festival attracts every year from every corner of the globe, the City of Miami decided not to renew Ultra’s contract in response to complaints from area residents regarding noise and chaos. So, this year, Ultra is coming home to Bayfront Park.