Rob Gronkowski to host Miami rager with Diplo, Kaskade, and more in lieu of 2020 Super Bowl

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Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski is leaving his former NFL and Tide Pod glory behind. In its place, he’s taking up arms with some of the most resounding names in the dance music dominion Saturday, February 1.

The former Patriots tight end and prospective future hall of famer’s Super Bowl weekender this coming February won’t be in his usual fashion—by any means. He’s taken on a monster of a sponsor (Monster Energy) to host the one-day beachside merriment, which he’s tagged GRONK BEACH. The festival is bolstered by an artist roundup that seems straight from a pre-game playlist.

As nonsensical as the idea may seem, lineups don’t lie; and this one boasts Diplo, Kaskade, and more outlandish characters like Carnage and locationally appropriate Flo Rida. The assuredly over-the-top production will land at North Beach Bandshell, running approximately 1-7 pm. Tickets go on sale Thursday, here.

The branding is another piece of evidence in the case for electronic music’s pervasive push into omnipresent pop culture in recent years. So much so, that Gronk’s decided to “call an audible” and hang up his cleats for a piece of the off-the-wall dance music dessert.

So move over, Shaq. There’s another sports legend making a run for the festival frontlines.

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Event roundup: DA’s 13 spookiest Halloween 2019 hotspots

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The Masquerade by Claptone & MK (Montreal)

October 31

Two house titans, Claptone and MK, converge in Montreal for a wild night at club favorite, Dstrkt. “The Masquerade” of course refers to Claptone’s ongoing series of masked gatherings that take guests into an alternate dimension with entrancing electronic beats and cameos by fellow wild DJ characters. Both MK and Claptone come from an elevated class of electronic talent, assuring a night of seamless spinning and anonymous holiday exuberance.

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Bassnectar’s Freakstyle: Day of the Dead (Michigan)

November 1 -2

Candidly, every Bassnectar event is a little on the freaky side. But Freakstyle 2019, this year returning to Grand Rapids, November 1-2, is Lorin Ashton’s unanimously scene-accepted moment of madness. The Crowned Prince of beguiling bass is bringing some equally aural experimentation-friendly associates along for the ride (J:Kenzo, Kursa, Stylust, Aztek, Super Dre and Distinct Motive).

Tickets are sold out.

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Wynwood Fear Factory (Miami) 

October 25

Halloween lineups are keeping things hot heading into the fall events season. Chief among them comes from the organizers at Diskolab, with Wynwood Fear Factory’s stacked 2019 lineup. Mana Wynwood Warehouse is the place to be on October 25, with IlleniumKnife PartyGareth EmeryMalaa, and more all making their way to Miami for Halloween.

Additional support comes by way of performances from Matt Medved, EDX, and DROELOE. Wynwood Fear Factory passes and VIP packages are on sale now

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Suwannee Hulaween (Florida)

October 24 – 27

The founders of Chicago’s notorious North Coast Music Festival are returning to bring their multifarious earmark to Florida this freaky season, by way of Suwannee Hulaween in Live Oak, Florida. The four-day weekender, October 24-27 is packing profound firepower for its 2019 installment, with all-embracing artistry like Anderson.Paak, Whethan, Big Wild, Tchami, Mija, and Umphrey’s McGee heating up the roster. It’s enough to make you want to get weird in the Floridian backwoods this season.

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Minimal Effort All Hallow’s Eve (Los Angeles)

October 26

Topping the bill for the event’s fifth anniversary is the endlessly talented polymath, Bonobo, hosting his own Outlier stage. Just below is the UK groove machine Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs alongside Machinedrum‘s collaborative project with Jimmy Edgar, JETS, which will serve as a welcomed departure from the expected house and techno roster.

From there, a series of stand-out talents including Prok|FitchFort Romeau, and Enzo Siragusa remain with the promise of additional acts.

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HARD Halloween at Red Rocks (Morrison)

October 26

HARD‘s bringing its harrowing roundup of unearthly artistry back to the venerable Coloradan Red Rocks Ampitheatre, including Gramatik, Kayzo, Tom Morello, ARMNHMR, DUCKY, and Mom N Dad. Going down on Saturday, October 26, HARD is returning to prove it can hold down Halloween all over the map in the electronic event ether.

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HARD Day of the Dead (Los Angeles)

November 2

HARD has long reigned supreme over the West Coast event space, and HARD Day of the Dead is a veteran Halloween destination fraught with well-earned acclaim. This year, for November 2, HARD has secured Dog Blood, TOKiMONSTA, Damian Lazarus, The Martinez Brothers, and more for its 2019 haunting of Downtown LA’s State Historic Park.

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Weed Rave Presents: Halloweed Rave (Los Angeles)

October 25 at TBA Warehouse, DTLA

Who doesn’t like weed and electronic music? In many cases, the two go hand-in-hand. LA transplant Michelle Lhooq, known for her dynamic journalistic accounts of THC in nightlife, has merged these two items into an experiential event built for the Southern California underground. A TBA warehouse will be filled with two rooms—the hardcore-driven Sativa with headliner DJ Assault and the ambient Indica—as well as a scavenger hunt for free edible treats and live art from local contributors. It’s high-jinx in the best of ways.

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DUSK To DAWN (San Francisco)

October 25

San Francisco’s Midway plays host to a top caliber array of house and techno talent once again, this time for a Halloween mélange of local and imported artists. UK pioneers Sasha and Lee Burridge are headlining, while founder of Burning Man institution Opulent Temple Syd Gris will also be spinning. Other Bay Area favorites populating the cavernous venue’s four rooms includes Rooz, Borzu, and Oona X, while fellow UK veteran James Trystan also joins in the festivities.

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Sunset Sound System Halloween Costume Boat Party (San Francisco)

October 27

Bay Area staple Sunset Sound System have built a strong reputation for themselves over their 25 years of putting together underground-led outdoor parties, and their annual Halloween Costume Boat Party continues on this tradition. 2019’s iteration sees John Tejada & Reggie Watts playing a live set under their Wajatta guise, while OG Sunset member Solar, now a favorite on the European circuit, will be stopping by his hometown for the bacchanale. Quality electronic music with a stunning Bay Bridge backdrop sounds like an ideal way to kick off Hallo-weekend, in our books.

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Cityfox Halloween (NYC)

October 26

Switzerland’s premier underground house brand Cityfox takes over Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner for a 12-hour affair on October 26. With a balanced mixture of live and DJ performances, those partial to deep, lush house sounds will find delight in artists like Bedouin, Rodriguez Jr, Stimming, Dance Spirit, Lee Burridge, Monolink, Art Department, and many more leading the charge. There’s a reason why Cityfox has become a favorite within the New York underground over its years taking a second home in the city.

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Circoloco Halloween (NYC)

October 26

Ibiza mainstay Circoloco and Brooklyn stalwarts Teksupport team up for their fourth Halloween at a virgin warehouse in the borough’s Navy Yard. They’ve booked a wide-ranging assemblage of artists, including French experimentalist Bambounou, Keinemusik co-owners &ME and Rampa, Burberry curator William Djoko, Seth Troxler, and the legendary Honey Dijon. Circoloco’s signature red light aesthetic offers an atmosphere perfectly fitting of its Halloween theme.

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Jawbreaker Fest with Above & Beyond (Chicago)

October 25

The Midwest’s Jawbreaker Festival is bringing a delectable slate of trance, progressive, and house to its home cities of Chicago and Detroit for two days of Halloween thrills. Above & Beyond, hot off the heels of ABGT350 in Prague, are headlining, with Gabriel & Dresden as well as Qrion joining along for the ride in Chicago. Kenneth Thomas and John Beltran offer support for the beloved trio on October 26 in Detroit. The weekend will certainly be one to remember for Anjuna aficionados, who will be treated to seamless production Jawbreaker brings to the table as well.

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Miami’s first Heart Festival to host Sasha & John Digweed, Damian Lazarus, and more

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Miami is generally known for three things: Ultra Music Festival, the Miami Heat and well, the Miami heat. But while the coastal city’s sauna-inspired climate can be a bit polarizing for much of the year, by the same stroke of its pen, it doubles as a sweet-spot winter festival destination once the temperature’s on the downward slide.

Enter Heart, a fresh face to the festival circuit that’s bringing its own brand of high-temperature intensity, with 63 techno, house and live electronic performances spread over a two-day tenure at the trendy Wynwood Factory, just a few miles from the heart of town. Much like the since-closed nightclub of the same name of which the soiree’s organizers derive, Heart Festival has the chops to pack a memorable lineup with a punch. Highlights include the fabled Sasha & John Digweed, Damian Lazarus, The Martinez Brothers, and Artbat—just to name a few.

Heart Festival is scheduled to pump December 6-7 during Art Basel 2019, a city-wide celebration of international multimedia and arts. Two-day passes are on sale now, here.

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Groove Cruise Miami announces the first wave of 2020 headliners

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In an increasingly saturated maritime rave market, Whet Travel’s Groove Cruise stands out as a top player within its field—and one of the longest-lasting. Organizers have gotten the Cruise’s lineups down to a science, with a wide range of electronic flavors easily satiating the musical cravings of those on board. It’s return to Miami at the top of 2020 is no different, with Groove Cruise once again bringing a strong cast of artists into the fold.

Above & Beyond have been announce as headliners for the event, as have KSHMR, Loco Dice, Markus Schulz, Nora En Pure, and Roger Sanchez. They’re joined by an impressive undercard, which also includes plenty of heavy hitters like the legendary Gene Farris, Avision, Ofaiah, Denzo, and many more. Beyond the music, guests can enjoy a fully inclusive, paradisaical cruise experience complete with various cuisines, activities, and relaxation offerings to maintain endurance through the weekend.

Groove Cruise Miami leaves port January 9-13, 2020. Find more information and tickets here.

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Insomniac is now a majority owner of Miami’s iconic Club Space

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Worldwide events powerhouse Insomniac have announced it has acquired an ownership stake in legendary Miami dance music institution Club Space.

All current management and operations of Space will remain the same, but this partnership will ensure the revered club, known for its days-long parties, will have a long-standing future in a market that is seeing many clubs of similar status being closed, including Brooklyn’s Output and Denver’s Beta.

“Space is one of the most iconic dance music venues in the US if not the world, and I’m excited that Insomniac is now a partner,” says Insomniac founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella. “Davide, Coloma and Sinopoli have done an exceptional job revitalizing this venue to be better than it’s ever been. They are passionate people that care about creating experiences, and share the same core values that Insomniac lives by. The Space Invaders team will still be running the show and together we will set the bar for entertainment in Miami. Space is another important piece of the Insomniac vision coming together.”

“The Space Invaders” to which Rotella is referring are Davide Danese, Coloma Kaboomsky, and David Sinopoli who took over management of Space in 2016. Since their arrival, the club has been completely revitalized, offering some of the most memorable parties in the US.

From Dirtybird‘s epic annual takeover during Miami Music Week, to marathon extended sets from Dixon and a slew of other veteran selectors, Club Space maintains one of the strongest reputations in Miami. Now with Insomniac, the scope of their parties will only expand.

“Our Space Invaders team is excited about this partnership with Insomniac,” says Sinopoli. “We have admired their work for a while now, and over the past year have gotten to know everyone on their team. They are young, creative, and most importantly, their focus is on constantly working to provide the best possible experience for their guests.

“We have worked tirelessly over the past three years to renew the energy inside Club Space and maintain a calm, safe environment while curating a space where people can enjoy a wide range of entertainment. Our Space Invaders team will continue to book the music and operate the club exactly as we have been. We believe that through this relationship with Insomniac we can continue to grow and secure our home at Space with a partner who has an aligned vision of the future of the Miami music scene.”

While Ultrais certainly still the event most synonymous with Miami— especially now that the festival’s contract with Bayfront Park is renewed— Insomniac’s presence has been growing in Florida as of late. With Live Nation at their back, Insomniac managed a sold out EDC Orlando 2018 and will expand the event to three days in 2019. It will be the first three-day EDC ever hosted outside of Las Vegas. Now with Insomniac’s ownership of Club Space, the company has is successfully cementing itself in one of the country’s most beloved party meccas.

Insomniac Announces Partnership with Miami’s Club Space

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Today, Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella announced that Insomniac events has officially formed a partnership with one of Miami’s most popular nightclubs, Club Space. This partnership is expected to solidify the clubs place in Downtown Miami for quite a long time. Although Insomniac has joined one of the cities biggest nightclubs, as of now, things will

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Ultra Music Festival Returning to Bayfront Park for 2020 Edition

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Ultra Music Festival fans, great news has finally come upon us about the official location for the festival’s 2020 edition. After what feels like centuries of not knowing what was in store for the world-famous festival, the Miami City Commission officially voted on a contract that would bring back the festival to its true home,

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How Gary Richards’ FriendShip cruise is sailing ahead of the pack

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Gary Richards (widely known as Destructo) has proven time and time again he can curate a festival with uncontested competence and flair. Though he’s remained humble enough to know even he can outdo himself. From his decisive efforts in erecting the first iteration of Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) to forging the most formidable dance music brand on the West Coast, HARD Events (HARD Summer/HOLY SHIP!), by now, Richards’ emblem is synonymous with success in the national festival circuit.

His latest and most personal entrepreneurial endeavor yet, his All My Friends label/event series, truly comes alive through its sea-bound fixture: the FriendShip cruise. With the unsullied success of HOLY SHIP!—which bred the feverishly familial “Ship Fam,” the festival’s subsequent seafaring sense of community—under his belt, Richards has sought to bring the intimacy of his previous endeavors to newfangled heights aboard FriendShip. And the Navigator of the Seas, touching off in Miami and coursing through the Caribbean, is the vessel fit for the venture.

With fun firing on all fronts, the Navigator of the Seas is a festival-goer’s utopia. From glow-in-the-dark laser tag, to surf simulation, to its sprawling 17 on-deck bars, the ship is stocked to satiate virtually any itch that may arise aboard its four-night (January 6-10, 2020) charter. But aside from the full-scale waterparks and fully loaded culinary accommodations, music is paramount—of course.

Richards requires that each artist enlisted for the maritime mission embrace the experience as the ticket-holders do. Immersion is key. This mindset comes alive in his newly incepted “Dial a DJ” attraction, in which attendees can quite literally order a DJ to their rooms like On Demand. Plus, with two private island anchor drops at Coco Cay on the 2020 FriendShip agenda, more music and more AMF-approved nonsense aren’t just expected, they’re guaranteed.

The last installment of FriendShip saw an unorthodox, genre-traversing musical makeup, ranging from Boys Noize to Busy P, RÜFÜS DU SOL to Rico Nasty. His towering tenure both behind the decks and in the studio has equipped him with the aural awareness of an entrepreneur, an attendee, and a musician alike. Though Richards has yet to officially announce the 2020 cruise’s lineup, it’s safe to assume an all-bases-covered unveil.

With a 90% return rate for FriendShip alone, and over two decades of experience in the exceedingly competitive event arena, Richards sat down with Dancing Astronaut to expound on his vision for FriendShip, what to expect, and paramount updates he and his team secured for the affair’s upcoming voyage.

Tickets to FriendShip are still available here.

In what ways does FriendShip eclipse other festival cruises? 

The fact the we are able to use so many unique spaces on the boat to have shows really makes it special. We have a service called ‘Dial a DJ’ that was a massive hit with the fans where people can order a DJ to the room like room service. For 2020, shippers can expect a more enlarged menu to choose from. The community that we all have all built over the years with Shipfam is incredible. The bonds are strong and always continue to thrive and live on well past the events.

What do you think Navigator of the Seas and Coco Cay offers that prospective attendees should keep in mind? 

Navigator of the Seas and Coco Cay have received a combined 365 million dollars in upgrades this year. Royal Caribbean delivered something so over the top.

The improvements for FriendShip are going to be felt throughout the entire experience from better venues on board to longer hours spent at Coco Cay (private island) complete with massive water slide parks, wave pools, and swim-up bars. The Sunrise Sermon will take place on Coco Cay this year so we can all watch the sunrise together from the private island. I could not even have dreamed of something this amazing to present to the family. We get to stay at Coco Cay two days in a row and have the island all to ourselves with with longer hours and so many so many fun things to do.  I cannot wait for everyone to experience it.

What goes into curating an atmosphere for a festival cruise?

The key ingredient on the ship is amazing music and most important the people who attend the event. FriendShip family are the ones who make the party so special and are always on the same page. Last year we had zero damage to the ship. I appreciate so much that our group is so respectful. We have a plus 90% return rate so we are doing something right.

What’s your vision for the lineup?

The main key is booking artists who are going to immerse themselves in the event. People who I know are going to get involved with Shipfam and be part of the party. We want artists who are excited to DJ in peoples cabins just as much as the main stage. If they just want to hide in their room then they should just stay at home. I am also looking for a variety of styles music. Obviously the main style is always electronic, house, and, bass but this year we are going to add a little more hip-hop and even some reggae. I have been really getting into the reggae vibes lately. We are also going to expand with other types of entertainment with burlesque, comedy, and maybe even a little magic.

Would you consider FriendShip the cornerstone AMF event? How is it emblematic of your brand as a whole?

Yes it really embodies the essence of All My Friends. People meeting new & old friends through music and events. There is no better way to do that then on FriendShip.

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How Gary Richards’ FriendShip cruise is sailing ahead of the pack

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How Gary Richards’ FriendShip cruise is sailing ahead of the packFriendship1

Gary Richards (widely known as Destructo) has proven time and time again he can curate a festival with uncontested competence and flair. Though he’s remained humble enough to know even he can outdo himself. From his decisive efforts in erecting the first iteration of Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) to forging the most formidable dance music brand on the West Coast, HARD Events (HARD Summer/HOLY SHIP!), by now, Richards’ emblem is synonymous with success in the national festival circuit.

His latest and most personal entrepreneurial endeavor yet, his All My Friends label/event series, truly comes alive through its sea-bound fixture: the FriendShip cruise. With the unsullied success of HOLY SHIP!—which bred the feverishly familial “Ship Fam,” the festival’s subsequent seafaring sense of community—under his belt, Richards has sought to bring the intimacy of his previous endeavors to newfangled heights aboard FriendShip. And the Navigator of the Seas, touching off in Miami and coursing through the Caribbean, is the vessel fit for the venture.

With fun firing on all fronts, the Navigator of the Seas is a festival-goer’s utopia. From glow-in-the-dark laser tag, to surf simulation, to its sprawling 17 on-deck bars, the ship is stocked to satiate virtually any itch that may arise aboard its four-night (January 6-10, 2020) charter. But aside from the full-scale waterparks and fully loaded culinary accommodations, music is paramount—of course.

Richards requires that each artist enlisted for the maritime mission embrace the experience as the ticket-holders do. Immersion is key. This mindset comes alive in his newly incepted “Dial a DJ” attraction, in which attendees can quite literally order a DJ to their rooms like On Demand. Plus, with two private island anchor drops at Coco Cay on the 2020 FriendShip agenda, more music and more AMF-approved nonsense aren’t just expected, they’re guaranteed.

The last installment of FriendShip saw an unorthodox, genre-traversing musical makeup, ranging from Boys Noize to Busy P, RÜFÜS DU SOL to Rico Nasty. His towering tenure both behind the decks and in the studio has equipped him with the aural awareness of an entrepreneur, an attendee, and a musician alike. Though Richards has yet to officially announce the 2020 cruise’s lineup, it’s safe to assume an all-bases-covered unveil.

With a 90% return rate for FriendShip alone, and over two decades of experience in the exceedingly competitive event arena, Richards sat down with Dancing Astronaut to expound on his vision for FriendShip, what to expect, and paramount updates he and his team secured for the affair’s upcoming voyage.

Tickets to FriendShip are still available here.

In what ways does FriendShip eclipse other festival cruises? 

The fact the we are able to use so many unique spaces on the boat to have shows really makes it special. We have a service called ‘Dial a DJ’ that was a massive hit with the fans where people can order a DJ to the room like room service. For 2020, shippers can expect a more enlarged menu to choose from. The community that we all have all built over the years with Shipfam is incredible. The bonds are strong and always continue to thrive and live on well past the events.

What do you think Navigator of the Seas and Coco Cay offers that prospective attendees should keep in mind? 

Navigator of the Seas and Coco Cay have received a combined 365 million dollars in upgrades this year. Royal Caribbean delivered something so over the top.

The improvements for FriendShip are going to be felt throughout the entire experience from better venues on board to longer hours spent at Coco Cay (private island) complete with massive water slide parks, wave pools, and swim-up bars. The Sunrise Sermon will take place on Coco Cay this year so we can all watch the sunrise together from the private island. I could not even have dreamed of something this amazing to present to the family. We get to stay at Coco Cay two days in a row and have the island all to ourselves with with longer hours and so many so many fun things to do.  I cannot wait for everyone to experience it.

What goes into curating an atmosphere for a festival cruise?

The key ingredient on the ship is amazing music and most important the people who attend the event. FriendShip family are the ones who make the party so special and are always on the same page. Last year we had zero damage to the ship. I appreciate so much that our group is so respectful. We have a plus 90% return rate so we are doing something right.

What’s your vision for the lineup?

The main key is booking artists who are going to immerse themselves in the event. People who I know are going to get involved with Shipfam and be part of the party. We want artists who are excited to DJ in peoples cabins just as much as the main stage. If they just want to hide in their room then they should just stay at home. I am also looking for a variety of styles music. Obviously the main style is always electronic, house, and, bass but this year we are going to add a little more hip-hop and even some reggae. I have been really getting into the reggae vibes lately. We are also going to expand with other types of entertainment with burlesque, comedy, and maybe even a little magic.

Would you consider FriendShip the cornerstone AMF event? How is it emblematic of your brand as a whole?

Yes it really embodies the essence of All My Friends. People meeting new & old friends through music and events. There is no better way to do that then on FriendShip.

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Miami Officials to Possibly Lure Ultra Back to Downtown Miami

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Recently, there has been much concern as to where Ultra Music Festival will be relocating its home festival. After it’s 2019 edition at Virginia Key, Miami officials agreed that the festival would not be returning to its recently new location due to many complications that occurred during this year’s event. Afterwards, Ultra then chose to

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