[BREAKING]: Miami's Ultra Music Festival Cancelled
Today has been an extremely long and stressful day due to all the rumours, cancellations and discussions surrounding the coronavirus.
Unfortunately, Miami's Ultra Music Festival, one of the most highly anticipated dance music events of the year, has been forced to make the difficult decision to postpone this year's edition due to the fear of a coronavirus outbreak.
Following the news that Ultra Abu Dabi has been cancelled, for the same reason, this news did not come unexpectedly to the fans that have been on the edge of their seats all day long.
- According to The Festive Owl, known to be a very credible source of inside festival information festival, all the festival's construction has already been put to a hold.
- In an article by the Miami Herald, it is mentioned that there is a possibility that the event will be postponed until 2021. Making this the first year with no Ultra Music Festival since it's inauguration.
- Artists such as Martin Garrix and David Guetta removed Ultra Music Festival from their tour schedule.
- An official announcement by Ultra's officials will take place this coming Friday.
We will keep updating this article with updates.
I’ve just received confirmation that #Ultra WILL be cancelled due to #coronavirus concerns with an official announcement to come.— Festive Owl (@TheFestiveOwl) March 4, 2020
I do NOT have further details on refunds, possible postponement etc but the festival’s construction has been stopped.