Following the death of a 21-year-old man and the trampling of a 28-year-old security guard at the recent Ultra Music Festival in Flordia, Miami City Commissioner Marc Sarnoff has now compiled a video documenting some of the worst behaviour of Ultra punters, calling for an end to the event. Guard Erica Mack was left in
Ultra Music Festival 2014
Reports have surfaced that a young attendee of Miami’s troubled Ultra Music Festival has died under unknown circumstances. Adonis Escoto, 21, was found dead on Saturday night in a car parked near the festival site. He and his friends had been attending Ultra since Friday night. According to the Miami New Times, Escoto, a local
Canadian producer Deadmau5 took the stage to replace Avicii for Saturday’s closing set at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival and, true to form, the progressive-house DJ approached his set with a little bit of trademark humour, poking fun at fellow producers Martin Garrix and his hospitalised colleague Avicii. The fun began when Deadmau5 took to Twitter
City officials in Miami are calling for the end of the Ultra Music Festival after 28-year-old security guard Erica Mack was trampled Friday night while trying to stop a group of gate crashers who stormed a fence to get inside. She was listed as critical but stable at Jackson Memorial Hospital with severe brain haemorrhaging
A 28-year-old security guard working Miami’s Ultra Music Festival has been left with severe brain haemorrhaging and a broken leg after being trampled by gate crashers who stormed an under-barricaded area Friday night. The Miami Herald reports the guard is in “extremely critical” condition. The incident occurred near Southeast First Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard, in
For years we’ve been forced to watch on as massive festivals zig-zagged across the Northern Hemisphere but, come 2014, the mother of all international dance festivals, Ultra Music, will finally be making its way Down Under – and it’s looking like it will be the similar three-day event treated to the rest of the world.
With more than 100,000 people still processing their experiences from this year’s Ultra Music Festival, organisers are gearing up to do it all over again. Today comes the official date announcement for UMF 2014 and, anticipating the feverish desire sure to ensue, they’ve already announced early-bird ticket sale dates. Starting 28th March, 2014, calling this