Ultra Music Festival 2013 Early Bird Tickets To Go On Sale Soon

Yesterday, the people of Tomorrowland gave us one of the most anticipated aftermovies of the Summer 2012 music festival season.  Now, the management at Ultra Music Festival have announced that early bird tickets will go on sale soon.  Still over six months away, Ultra Music Festival 2013 is assumed to sell out in even faster and record  setting time.  Make sure to stay connected with UMF by signing up to the Ultra online community.  Here is the official statement from the people at UMF:

Early Bird Tickets are coming soon!!! In its 14th installment, Ultra Music Festival 2012 sold out in a record setting pace, with tickets completely gone 80 days prior to the festival. Featuring one of the world’s most diverse lineups with arenas for A State of Trance, Cocoon, Mixmag, Carl Cox & Friends, Space Ibiza and the staple Live Stage, the event drew close to 200,000 in attendance, and solidified Ultra’s status as the premier electronic music festival worldwide. Now in its 15th anniversary, this year is positioned to be the most memorable Ultra yet with all kinds of new surprises, and the best lineup to date. Stay tuned as Early Bird Ticket sales rapidly approach. To get the most up to date information join the Ultra Music Festival online community:

www.ultramusicfestival.com/subscribe
www.facebook.com/ultrafanpage
www.twitter.com/ultramusic
www.youtube.com/umftv

Make sure to follow all of UMF social media sites to assure that you grab one of these highly valuable early bird tickets.

**BONUS**

Also, if you haven’t seen UMF TV’s “Generation Next” series on their YouTube channel, be sure to check out the first two episodes below.

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-Klavay

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