Ultra Miami Music Festival‘s 20th anniversary already has two days under its belt and it’s hard to believe we’re approaching the final day. To any dance music fan who isn’t out there this weekend — you have some serious catching up to do with live sets from day 2.


Saturday marked amazing performances from Alan Walker, Jauz, Tiësto, Afrojack, Marshmello (who brought out Will Smith, what!), and many more as they provided Ultra’s Main Stage with nonstop energy all day long and into Saturday night.

Like a cherry on top, The Chainsmokers closed out day 2, serving up new and old favorites, with no shortage of brand new, must-hear IDs. Love ’em or love to hate on ’em — you have to admit The Chainsmokers had the biggest year of anyone and brought their A-game to Ultra Music Festival.

Other acts including the legendary Carl CoxLaidback Luke, Valentino KhanOokay, Brohug, Ekali and many more contributed to an unforgettable day 2. Plus, San Holo completely rocked the Live Stage with his brand new single, making for one of our favorite sets of the weekend.

Tchami x Malaa, with their No Redemption set, managed to pack out and overflow Ultra’s Live Stage in a way we haven’t seen this year. Going back to back with their delightfully dark collaborations, and personal Confession contributions, these two hands down delivered one of the best sets Ultra has seen for its 20th anniversary.

Thank the EDM gods we have their live sets to battle all this FOMO! Ultra Miami promises we can expect the unexpected with nonstop action, tons of IDs and special guests all weekend long — but for now, get caught up on all the best live sets so far from these dance music greats!

Ultra Live Sets 2018

Afrojack

Alan Walker

Benny Benassi

Carl Cox

Cedric Gervais

Cheat Codes

Dubfire b2b Nicole Moudaber b2b Paco Osun

Fedde Le Grand

Frank Walker

Keys N Krates

Jamie Jones

Lost Kings

Jauz

Maceo Plex

Manila Killa

Marshmello

Matador

Nora En Pure

Ookay

San Holo

Tchami x Malaa

The Chainsmokers

Tiësto

Valention Khan

Wuki x Quix

 

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