Ultra Music Festival 2023 is scheduled for March 24-26 at Bayfront Park in Miami, and phase two of the 2023 Ultra lineup was just revealed.
Planning for festival season 2023 has officially started. Ultra Music Festival just announced its phase two lineup for March 2023 in Miami, Florida.
Ultra and Miami Music Week are some of the main attractions in the EDM scene every year. Along with familiar names like Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Hardwell, Tale of Us, and Zedd, 2023 will also feature the return of Swedish House Mafia to Ultra Music Festival. Tickets are on sale now.
Some of the DJs returning to Ultra 2023 are Timmy Trumpet, Martin Garrix, Gryffin, and a special HOLO set from Eric Prydz.
Armin van Buuren will headline A State of Trance once again, and Carl Cox will be back home at the Megastructure. Tale of Us headlines the first round of Resistance artists, while Clozee will make her Ultra debut on the Live Stage. Dirtybird and Claude von Stroke are also listed as having their own stage, a first for 2023.
Bass music is well represented at Ultra Music Festival 2023 with Subtronics, Kayzo, Ganja White Night, and Gigantic NGHTMRE. Deadmau5 is featured twice on the lineup. He’ll play with Kaskade as Kx5, and also go b2b with Hi-Lo (Oliver Heldens) as his techno alias Testpilot. Heldens has a b2b set with Tchami as well. Other Ultra artists include Rezz, Swedish House Mafia, Zedd, and Grimes.
[Update] Ultra announced even more headliners on phase two, including Tiesto, Afrojack, Alesso, Marshmello, David Guetta, Gareth Emery, and Camelphat.
They also added some serious strength to Resistance. Stephan Bodzin, Michael Bibi, Joris Voorn, Charlotte de Witte, and Adam Beyer x Cirez D were all added to the lineup. Ultra 2023 will also feature b2bs from Dubfire and Kolsch, Nicole Moudaber and Chris Liebing, Dom Dolla and Vintage Culture, and Jauz and SVDDEN DEATH.
Other new headliners on phase two include Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, Vini Vici, and a live performance from M.I.A. “Exclusive” acts on the Ultra lineup mean that the artists won’t be performing anywhere else during Miami Music Week.
[Update] The undercard on the Ultra 2023 lineup is one of the festival’s deepest and most diverse selections ever.
Nearly all genres are represented, from big room to techno to hardstyle to melodic bass. Ultra Music Festival has already exceeded expectations on its 2023 lineup.
When it comes to mainstage music, Ultra is returning to its roots and bringing out some of the biggest names in EDM.
We can’t wait to see Cedric Gervais, Chico Rose, Deorro, Dada Life, Dubvision, Sam Feldt b2b Jonas Blue, Fedde Le Grand, Lucas & Steve, Maddix, Mike Wiliams, Nicky Romero, Syn Cole, and Tony Junior. Returning for the second year is the hardstyle stage, a new and somewhat unexpected addition to UMF. Brennen Grey, Coone, Da Tweekaz, Darren Styles, Dr Phunk, Lil Texas, Soren, Sub Zero Project, and Warface are coming to Miami to represent hardstyle and hardcore electronic music.
There is also plenty of bass music on the lineup from artists like Apashe, Cesqueaux, Crankdat, Iso Xo, Kill The Noise, and Notlo. Drum n bass is well represented too, with Andy C and Dimension set to perform at this year’s Ultra Music Festival. Some other artists we’re particularly excited for are Anfisa Letyago, Becky Hill, Blastoyz, Joel Corry, Kasablanca, Mathame, William Black, and Kapuchon (Afrojack house set).
Ultra sold out last year, and this year is even more highly anticipated than the last. With this stacked lineup and new and improved production for 2023, expect another unforgettable weekend in Miami for Ultra Music Festival.