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Ultra Big Line-Ups At Ultra Music Festival

Ultra Big Line-Ups At Ultra Music Festival

Ultra Music Festival 2010 in Miami presents one of the ULTRA strongest and most diverse electronic line-ups ever assembled at a music festival. We already wrote about our excitement to see Deadmau5, Skream, and Benga sharing the stage, but second phase line-up announcement just blows our minds. Damian Marley & Nas performing from their electronic influenced Distant Relatives collaboration; David Guetta, fresh off his “Best Remixed Recording” Grammy win for “When Love Takes Over” featuring Kelly Roland; united Orbital playing in the U.S. for the first time since disbanding in 2004; as well as Pendulum, FreQ Nasty, Andy C, Subfocus, Nero, Little Boots, Erick Morillo, Sasha & John Digweed, Paul Oakenfold, Benny Benassi, Fedde Le Grand, Fake Blood, Calvin Harris, Boys Noize Vs. Erol Alkan, and Kaskade, among many others…

The most updated line-ups so far:


Ultra Main Stage: Tiësto, David Guetta, Groove Armada Live, Passion Pit, Little Boots, Dan Black, Wolfgang Gartner, Miss Nine.
Bayfront Live Stage: The Disco Biscuits, The Crystal Method Live, Rabbit In The Moon 3D, Infected Mushroom, Pretty Lights, Lotus.
Carl Cox & Friends Arena: Carl Cox, Green Velvet, Timo Maas, Luciano, Umek.
UMF Ibiza Arena: Eric Prydz, Dirty South,, Kaskade, Felix Da Housecat, Laidback Luke.
Biscayne Stage: Plump DJs, Fake Blood, Stanton Warriors, Adam Freeland, Bassbin Twins vs. Uberzone Live, Alex Metric Live, Boy 8 Bit, Evil Nine,


Ultra Main Stage: Deadmau5, Swedish House Mafia, Armin Van Buuren, Faithless Sound System Live, Benny Benassi, Damian Marley & NAS, Groove Armada Dj Set, Calvin Harris Dj Set.
Bayfront Live Stage: Orbital, Crookers, Bloody Beetroots Live, Ghostland Observatory, A-Trak, Boys Noize vs. Erol Alkan, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Afrobeta, Japanese Popstars.
Carl Cox & Friends Arena: Carl Cox, Sasha & John Digweed, Erick Morillo, Fedde Le Grand, Yousef.
UMF Brazil Arena: Above & Beyond, Paul Oakenfold, ATB, Markus Schulz, Sander Van Doorn, Gareth Emery, Rodrigo Vieira, Jerome Isma-ae, Marcos Carnaval, Ferris.
Biscayne Stage: Major Lazer, Pendulum Dj Set, LTJ Bukem, Bassnectar, Andy C & MC GQ, Rusko, The Glitch Mob, Planet Of The Drums, Skream, Subfocus, Benga, FreQ Nasty, Nero, Caspa, Toddla T.


  • Steve

    Shit festival. Why are you guys posting this? Carl Cox and Orbital are alright.

  • yo, check out skream, benga, caspa, freq nasty, damian marley, nero, toddla t, fedde le grand, rusko, subfocus, the glitch mob, deadmau5, diplo, bassnectar… come on man!

  • Steve

    To each his own I guess. It’s not fair for me to say your opinion is anything but valid. I just wish smaller events that I view as more vital to the community, such as surefire sound, would get more attention then mega festivals. 2562 played last night and absolutely killed it!

  • That’s awesome! A bunch of us SF big up’ers were there at the show. Smaller events definitely get attention, although the festivals that gather people from all over the world and bring the top talent of bass music together excite us as well. For a list of smaller events at WMC, which is steadily growing go to

  • Steve

    Fair enough. I just see a flyer with a bunch of trance djs on it in big letters with a few quality djs tacked on and I tend to get a little defensive. There are some quality names on the list i’m not denying that, but I guess I just have trouble seeing what the role of these types of massives is in forward thinking bass culture. I really love you guys and think you put out a quality publication along with holding great gigs (the last one with synkro, djg, and tes la rok was a lot of fun). I just sometimes see something like this and worry about the intentions.

  • Thanks for the love Steve! We feel you on your worries, but honestly we couldn’t be happier for these boys of the bass music who got this far and we want to big them up on their achievements. Who knows one day their names will be bigger than Carl Cox on these flyers, and who knows if you’re still gonna like bass music then? For now we’re stoked they’re doing it large and we’ll be the ones by the stage (or behind it) screaming for the rewinds and loving the high energy of the thousands of people who will be hearing this kind of music for the first time. Thanks for all the kind feedback on the magazine and trust, in the end it’s all for the love.

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