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Calvin Harris Will Not Broadcast Ultra 2024 Set on #UltraLive Miami Live Stream



As Ultra Music Festival 2024 commences with its third and final day, there were some last-minute adjustments and schedule changes announced. While Calvin Harris is still closing the Ultra Main Stage on Sunday, March 24 for Ultra Miami day three, he will not be broadcasting his set on #UltraLive through UMF TV on YouTube.

While in the history of the #UltraLive stream, there have been artists who have opted not to appear on the broadcast, at this time, it remains unclear as to why Calvin Harris and his team have decided to not show the festival’s main stage closing set. In place of Calvin Harris, #UltraLive will be broadcasting a much-anticipated Saturday night closing performance from Madeon b2b San Holo at the Ultra Live stage.

Fans took to social media upon the announcement of the 4-channel #UltraLive streaming schedule for the day to express anger and frustration about Calvin choosing not to broadcast his set on #UltraLive. Although Calvin Harris might have a history of not being included on a festival’s live stream, his set from Coachella in 2023 was broadcasted on their official live stream, which aired across two weekends in April.

#UltraLive on Sunday does include an abundance of talent across several of the festival’s stages, including the Ultra Main stage, Ultra Worldwide stage, Ultra Live stage, RESISTANCE Megastructure, and RESISTANCE The Cove.

Throughout the course of the day (and night), viewers can enjoy sets and performances from Armin van Buuren, Eric Prydz, Madeon b2b San Holo, Afrojack, ARTBAT, Oliver Heldens, CamelPhat, Adam Beyer, Disco Lines, SVDDEN DEATH, Andy C, Nora En Pure, BTSM, ARMNHMR, Wolli, Dimension, Space Laces, Giorgia Angiuli, HI-LO b2b Eli Brown, Pan Pot, Patrick Mason, Victor Ruiz, and more.


Photo courtesy of Calvin Harris’s Facebook