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Ultra Music Festival Reveals Full 2017 Lineup, Set Times, App

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It’s almost here! Ultra Music Festival 2017 is next week and they’ve released phase 3 artists as well as stages and daily set times. Miami is ready for another massive year as the stages are already being constructed.

 

Selling out GA passes in record fashion, Ultra hadn’t even hinted at a lineup release before tickets vanished. Now that all the artists have been announced and sorted to their respective stages and time slots, make sure to download the Ultra 2017 app to start planning your personalized festival schedule. Everything from the Main Stage to the Megastructure and the Live stage to Resistance has released its full list of acts including those from phase 3.

 

Check out the updated Ultra roster and weekend’s set times by stage:

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After scheduling out your favorite DJ’s, feel free to share it with your friends via the app. Go ahead and read the festival guidelines, do’s and dont’s before leaving for Ultra so you are as best prepared to enjoy yourself. Explore the app and discover all you need to know about Ultra Music Festival right now.

 

Get ready for this year’s return of UMF with the recently released Ultra Music Festival 2017 compilation, out now through Ultra Records. Included on the 15-track release are tracks from Hardwell, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Headhunterz, Above & Beyond, NERVO, Lost Frequencies, Deorro, Black Coffee, and many more (listen below).

 

 

If you didn’t purchase a ticket yet, limited VIP passes are still available and the experience is worth it! Visit ultramusicfestival.com for tickets and app details.

 

Featured photo: Rukes

Mason is a Senior Editor & Social Media Manager at The Nocturnal Times. Being a proud dance music whiz, Mason's passion spans the better part of his life. Mason attends occasional music festivals, drinks and eats pizza most of the time, listens to music all the time – occasionally all at the same time.

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