Hardwell announces Ultra Miami set will live stream in 360 degrees

Hardwell is taking his immersive 360 livestream to a completely new level. Following up his Revealed Recordings event at Nikki Beach during last year’s Miami Music Week, the Dutch superstar will live stream his upcoming main stage performance at Miami’s most iconic festival Ultra Music Festival via YouTube.

Through this 360 livestream, fans who will be unable to watch Hardwell’s headlining set in Miami will have the opportunity to experience the performance and the festival’s atmosphere from anywhere around the world. Hardwell’s set will take place on Sunday, March 26 from 6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Eastern Time.

With this live stream set to take place, Hardwell will be the only act at this year’s festival to use 360 technology, which once again shows his willingness to push boundaries and make himself stand out. Multiple high-tech cameras will be placed around the stage, providing a full perspective from the DJ booth where Hardwell will be performing in front of thousands of people in the crowd.

Since his breakthrough performance during the 2013 edition of Ultra Music Festival, Hardwell has continuously delivered some of the most memorable moments the festival has ever encountered. This year should not be any different, as the Breda native has never seemed to disappoint at the grandest stage of Miami Music Week.

The 360 livestream of Hardwell’s set will be part of UMFTV’s incredible 26-hour broadcast of performances across all three days.