All the music lovers out there who have been waiting for this crazy Ultra festival get all set to hit the place super soon. Electrifying artists who are pumped up to give the terrifying performances will make sure to give you the Goosebumps too. If you are a music person and attending such music festivals is your thing, then make your way to one crazy Ultra Music Festival this month. Throw hands up in the air and shake the feet on the beats of some electrifying DJ’s especially playing their tracks for you all.
Dig in for the details and get set go, fellas!
When: March 29, 30, 31 — 2019
Where: Historic Virginia Key Beach Park & Miami Marine Stadium
Artists: 3LAU, 7 Grams, AC Slater, Adam Beyer, Afrobeta, Alesso, Afrojack, Andrea Oliva, Borgeous, Born Dirty, Bro Safari, Cristopher James, Cosmic Gate, David Guetta, Deadmau5, DJ Soda, Elephante, Ella Romand, Golden Features, Hector, GG Magre, Hot Since 82, Eric Powell, ford, Frank Walker Live, Justin Mylo, Loco Dice, Lost Kings, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Motion Sky, Nicky Romero, Noir, Pluko, Richi Hawtin, Secret Guest, Sophie, Tale of us, Testpilot, Van Duo, Vini Vici, Whipped Cream, X-Con, Young Bombs, Zedd and the list goes on.
Make sure to visit the following artists work at Ultra Music Festival
System_3 is a Miami-Mexico based experimental studio founded in 2014. System_3’s diverse body of work integrates new technologies with visual experimentation to create a large scale interactive installations and video displays.
Galo became one of the European pioneers of street art and collaborated and exhibited with artists of world importance during his 10-year stay in Amsterdam. He has exhibited in every part of Europe, in Japan and in the United States. He returned to Turin Italy in 2007 where he currently lives and paints. In 2010 he opened the Galo Art Gallery in Turin where he curates shows related to the post-graffiti and pop art scene.
The Miami artist is known for his use of vivid colors and unique style of painting to create vivacious and animated creatures, as well as large-scale street art murals that have been enjoyed around the world.
” I would like to create powerful emotions such as love, gratitude, happiness, and hope through bright colors and expressive art messages.” – Golden
The Miami based artist cites Kinetic Art from Venezuela as the influence that sparked his process but credits Barcelona and all the contemporary street artists from Spain for shaping the work he depicts in his art today.
With a focus on integrating public and private participation in art, and efforts to expand the world’s street art and murals, Like Minded is dedicated to continuing bringing art to places that need and accept it.