Ultra Music Festival 2017 is LIT and it’s only getting started! If you missed out on day 1, we have everything you need to get caught up on right here!
Major Lazer – Main Stage
If anyone knows how to throw a party, it’s Major Lazer. And, that’s pretty much exactly what they did to close out Ultra day 1. Hit after hit, hype man after hype man, jump after jump — this set is jam packed full of everything Major Lazer!
Martin Garrix – Main Stage
Martin Garrix kicked off his set with his massive hit “Animals” and never let up (p.s. don’t worry he brings it back)! He mixed his older material with brand new, unreleased tracks, and brought relentless energy — easily making for one of the best sets of the weekend already.
KYGO – Main Stage
Surprise! KYGO came out to play for 20 minutes worth of magic, and in that short time he completely lit up Miami! He also had time to drop 2 brand new tracks: “Never Let You Go” and “Kids in Love” (listen here).
Alesso – Main Stage
What can we say about Alesso? He always brings it, especially when it comes to playing at Ultra. This time, he definitely mixed it up — dropping a range of dance, big room, and even trap into his set! True legend.
KSHMR – Live Stage
KSHMR brought his live show to Miami for the first time, complete with musicians and dancers. Hot off some brand new releases, his sound has taken a turn, and the audience was totally digging it. Stellar performance!
Netsky – Ultra Worldwide
Drum and bass isn’t the norm at Ultra, but damn it’s a nice change of pace. Netsky brought the DnB crew exactly what they wanted to hear, and they went crazy for it! Just listen, and you’ll do the same!
Armin Van Buuren – Main Stage
Ultra OG Armin Van Buuren brought down the house with a high-energy set that had the entire main stage crowd vibing (just wait until he goes faster)! It’s always awesome to see a big name like this playing before the sun sets. This one is a must-listen.
Tchami at Main Stage
When Tchami stepped on stage today he took absolute control. Playing crowd-pleasers and IDs alike, this set is packed full of fire! And, with the help of on point visuals, he took the crowd into the stars and beyond — in the middle of the day! Listen and be amazed…
Slander – Worldwide
Slander are no strangers to Ultra, and they came back with a vengeance this year. Dropping banger after banger, this veteran duo showed fans they still mean business.
Bro Safari – Worldwide
When you go from Robin Schulz on the stream to Bro Safari, that’s a wild change of pace. But after some mellow mid-afternoon sets, it was more than welcome. Starting the first mosh pit of the day, Bro Safari came in swinging with his set and set the tone for the rest of the stream for sure.
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