5 Acts to catch at Ultra Miami on Friday

In light of the coming event, Ultra Music Festival in Miami, we are here to bring you the must-see acts throughout the weekend. Being the annual focal event in Miami, hundreds of thousands will be crowding around Bayfront Park starting this coming Friday. We are here to present you the 5 acts you can’t miss out on Friday.

1) Kaskade (7:45-8:45pm, Main Stage) – One of the biggest names in the business, with multiple renowned hits such as “Atmosphere”, “Never Sleep Alone”, and “Summer Nights”. Notorious for his redux sets, Kaskade definitely knows how to put on a good show. His set would definitely be a great way to start your Friday night at Ultra.

2) Jamie Jones (10:55-11:55pm, Resistance Stage) – I am sure the techno fans out there are more than familiar with the name Jamie Jones. His talent in crafting minimalistic tech house tracks is no secret. He recently released a new track “Illicit Behavior”, it fully exemplifies his signature dubby bass line and intriguing melody. To top it off, who doesn’t want to see a giant flaming spider in action at the Resistance Stage?

3) Tom Swoon (7:00-8:00pm, UMF Radio) – Progressive house maestro Tom Swoon will be making an appearance at Ultra this year. His notable hits includes “Wait”, “Ahead Of Us”, “Synchronize”. Head over to UMF Radio stage for a little taste of euphoric progressive house.

4) John Digweed (9:55-10:55pm, Resistance Stage) – John Digweed began DJing at the age of 15 and is definitely one of the most experienced DJs in the business. His knack in techno has kept him in the game for decades and his non-conforming style will sure give you a feel of the genuine old-school tech house.

5) Armin Van Buuren (8:50-9:50pm, Main Stage) – Although he will not be playing as Gaia this year at Ultra, you can still see his performance at Main Stage on Friday. Being one of the most influential DJs in the business, his show is definitely worth a visit. Although it will not be a full on trance set, Armin will most likely incorporate his famous “big-room trance” amongst other electro/progressive house tracks.