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Ultra Music Festival Drops Phase One Line-Up For Miami 2014

Afrojack, Alesso, Armin Van Buuren, Avicii and Tiësto are among the running for Ultra Miami 2014, not to mention the 40+ acts debuting at Ultra this year, making it the most original lineup to date. Ultra favorite Carl Cox will also be gracing the stage to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his iconic Carl Cox & Friends Arena. Grammy nominee Armin Van Buuren will also be hosting at his A State of Trance 650 New Horizons stage. So on March 28-30th 2014 head to downtown Miami for the sixteenth Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park. The New Year also calls for two new Ultra locations with new additions South Africa and Japan bringing the festival to nine countries and five continents.

Missed last year? Check out the footage from Ultra Miami 2013 below.

Phase 1 Headliners:

ABOVE & BEYOND

AFROJACK

ALESSO

ARMIN VAN BUUREN

AVICII

CARL COX

CIREZ D

DAVID GUETTA

DIPLO

HARDWELL

KASKADE

KREWELLA

LOCO DICE

LUCIANO

MARCO CAROLA

NEW WORLD PUNX

NICKY ROMERO

SOLOMUN

STEVE ANGELLO

TIËSTO

ZEDD

LIVE Stage Headliners:

2MANYDJS
BASEMENT JAXX
CHASE AND STATUS
CUT/COPY

DIZZEE RASCAL

EMPIRE OF THE SUN

ERIC PRYDZ PRESENTS HOLO

EXAMPLE

GESAFFELSTEIN
THE GLITCH MOB

MGMT

M.I.A.

NETSKY
PAUL KALKBRENNER

PUSHA T

TRENTEMØLLER

SUB FOCUS

Supporting Acts:


12TH PLANET

3LAU

ADRIATIQUE

ADVENTURE CLUB

ANDY C

ANDREW RAYEL

ART DEPARTMENT

BABY ANNE

BEEN TRILL

BLASTERJAXX

BLOND:ISH

BORGORE

CAJMERE

CARNAGE

CAZZETTE

CLAUDE VONSTROKE

CYRIL HAHN

DAMIAN LAZARUS

DANNY AVILA

DATSIK

DILLON FRANCIS

DJ ICEY

DJ SNAKE

DUBFIRE

FLOSSTRADAMUS

FUR COAT

GAIA

GARETH EMERY

GOLDROOM

GTA

H.O.S.H

ISAAC TICHAUER

J.PHLIP

JAMIE JONES

JON RUNDELL

JONAS RATHSMAN

JUST BLAZE

JUSTIN MARTIN

KILL THE NOISE

LEE BURRIDGE

LEE FOSS

MACEO PLEX

MARTIN GARRIX

MONIKA KRUSE

I SEE MONSTAS

MOON BOOTS

NERVO

NIC FANCIULLI

OLIVER

PAUL VAN DYK

PERSEUS

PETE TONG

ØRJAN NILSEN

RAC

RIFF RAFF

RIOTGEAR

SANDER VAN DOORN

SHOWTEK

SOUL CLAP

STANTON WARRIORS

SUNNERY JAMES & RYAN MARCIANO

TALE OF US

TJR

TOURIST

UMEK

W&W

WAKA FLOCKA

ZOMBOY

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