Electronic Buzz Already for Ultra Music Fest

The Ultra Music Festival already creating a major buzz and no one knows who is performing

While Oct. 31 might have been Halloween, the real celebration was October 30th for electronic dance music fans.

The day marked the release of the Early Bird Combo tickets for Ultra Music Festival, one of the world’s biggest electronic music events, held in Miami.

Early Bird tickets sold out within days; an amazing stat considering the festival has yet to confirm any act in their 2010 lineup. Who cares, as long as you can dance, right?

Whoever performs, it's sure to be a good time. In previous years, featured artists who performed at the event have included the Prodigy, Moby, Armin Van Buuren, Benny Benassi, Deadmau5, Paul Oakenfold, and Tiesto.

Last year, Fergie and the Black Eyed Peas rocked the stage at Bicentennial Park. More than 85,000 people attended the 2-day festival, according to the festival’s website. Many of the attendees are locals but some travel from around the world and as far away as Sydney, Australia.

This year’s line up will be announced “later this winter,” the festival’s PR firm has said.

The festival is part of the annual Winter Music Conference, a 5-day event, which attracts many of the top DJs and electronic dance music enthusiasts in the world for a series of seminars, exhibits, networking events, and parties.

Check the official website to learn who is coming.

Ultra Music Festival takes place on March 26th and March 27th 2010 at Bicentennial Park.

Two-day general admission tickets can be purchased for $139.95, not including tax or service charges, while VIP tickets go for $350.00.

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