Ultra Music Festival 2021 has been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns and is working with the officials of the City of Miami to move their permit request to stage a 2022 event.
ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL MIAMI 2019 (Official 4K Aftermovie)
This marks the second year in a row that Ultra has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Organizers are hoping the festival, which was originally scheduled to take place on March 26-28 can take place next year on March 25-27, 2022 at Bayfront Park Amphitheater. These dates still have yet to be confirmed by the festival.
“Given the current status of the pandemic in relation to mass gatherings and the public health considerations of our local community, we are working cooperatively with our city partners and plan to release an official festival update soon.”Ultra Music Festival
“We anticipate that the City will again invoke the Force Majeure clause. The conditions created by the spread of COVID-19 that led city officials to cancel the festival in 2020 are still a threat to festival-goers in 2021. We respectfully request the rescheduled dates to be March 25, 26, and 27, 2022.”Sandy York, Ultra Music Festival’s attorney.
Ultra Music Festival is widely known to be the kick-off event to ‘festival season’ in the dance music community. One of the most desirable music festivals in the world, it features the very best in music and entertainment with unparalleled production elements and is held annually in Miami each year. Just some of the music artists that have performed across its stages include deadmau5, David Guetta, Skrillex, Puff Daddy, Justin Bieber, The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, and Cypress Hill. For additional information on Ultra Music Festival, please visit its official website.
Despite Ultra Music Festival 2021’s cancellation, its international event Ultra Music Festival Taiwan will continue to take place and will feature the likes Alesso, Slander, and Kayzo.
This announcement is the second festival to cancel its 2021 editions and follows the recent cancellation of Glastonbury Festival 2021.