Ultra Music Festival Road Changes in Downtown Miami

Traffic pattern changes on Biscayne Boulevard for weekend music fest

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    NEWSLETTERS

    This weekend's Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami kicks off Friday and police want motorists to be aware of some roadway changes.

    Beginning Friday at 10 a.m., all southbound traffic along Biscayne Boulevard will be detoured at Northeast 4th Street, west to Northeast 2nd Avenue and continue southbound from there.

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    All northbound traffic along Biscayne Boulevard will be reduced to two lanes and shifted to the southbound lanes at Southeast 1st Street. It will continue northbound until Northeast 4th Street, where it will be shifted back to the regular northbound lanes.

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    Miami Police officers will be assigned throughout the area to help with traffic control.

    Ultra Music Festival gates open at 3 p.m. on Friday and 12 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. They close at midnight Friday and Saturday and close at 11 p.m. Sunday.