Ultra Music Festival confirms its 2021 cancellation by rescheduling its dates to March 26-28, 2022 with a return to Bayfront Park in Miami.
I an official statement on Twitter, organizers of the festival stated,
“Given the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic, in relation to mass gatherings and public health consideration, we’re deeply saddened to be forced to reschedule Ultra Music Festival for March 26, 27, and 28, 2022.”Ultra Music Festival
Ultra Music Festival confirms 2022 dates
With a promise to deliver the most memorable festival in its 22-year history, dance music fans can expect a magnanimous 2022 event filled with some of the best artists in music. With the lineup for 2022 still yet to be revealed, just some of the artists confirmed to perform at its 2020 canceled edition were Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Carl Cox, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Flume, Gryffin, Kygo, Maceo Plex, Madeon, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, Richie Hawtin, Slander, and Zedd to name a few.
In lieu of direct ticket refunds, the festival has taken a similar approach to its 2020 cancellation by providing a range of benefits to those who rollover their tickets including free VIP upgrades, early entry to the festival grounds, and a free ticket to any other Ultra worldwide event across the globe.
Ultra Music Festival is one of dance music’s most desirable music events as fans from all over the world flock to Miami to be a part of its festivities each year. Featuring some of the most lauded artists that span a vast array of genres, the weekend-long event is known to be the kick-off event for festival season. Ultra Music Festival’s 2021 cancellation follows previous 2021 cancellations of Glastonbury and Coachella. For additional information on Ultra Music Festival, please visit its official website.