Have a look at Ultra Music Festival Miami 2023 main stage
Ultra has started the build-up of one of the most anticipated festivals of the season: Ultra Music Festival Miami. Bayfront Park, the iconic location, has already been closed to the public. Construction works have already started at the festival ground. Constructions are on their way at the main stage, RESISTANCE, UMF Radio, as well as on a brand new stage. You can follow the whole construction process through this article. Of course, this article will contain SPOILERS. If you want to experience the feeling of surprise once the festival starts, we highly recommend closing this article now and don’t scroll more.
The new mainstage promises to be a cutting-edge production. It will incorporate the latest technology and design to create a truly unforgettable experience for festival-goers.
Mainstage constructions on the way at Bayfront Park for Ultra Miami: the mainstage and new stages
Last update for the pictures is on the 24th of March 2023
The stage is completed and last night UMF team just tested the LED walls as a whole. Martin Garrix made the sound and video check for his show last night too.
Last update for the pictures is on the 23rd of March 2023
The lights on the mainstage are on! From the picture below light beans on the top center of the stage are now ready and are being tested. The DJ booth is surrounded by light beams in a sort of portal-like structure.
Last update for the pictures is on the 22nd of March 2023
Both led walls have been set on the side of the stage. From the picture below we can have now an idea of the actual shape of the 2023 mainstage at Ultra Miami.
Last update for the pictures is on the 21st of March 2023
Ultra Miami mainstage is looking pretty solid with most of the led walls on the left side already in place. Works are going as expected as well as the construction of the stages. A hexagon-shaped led wall is also already put behind the DJ booth. The difference on the side ledwall compared to the previous year is that in 2022 for instance, the led wall was all on one level instead, this year, they create some depth with the stage.
The megastructure stage, home of RESISTANCE as well as the Worldwide stage are almost ready. The Megastructure has a brand new ceiling with new parallelepiped-size LEDs as well as semicircular objects that can be seen on the ground. Worldwide maintains its iconic structure as you can see from the pictures below.
Last update for the pictures is on the 19th of March 2023
Works at the festival ground are going as expected with the first led wall being hung up. Starting from the main stage, the first section of the top led walls is ready and attached on the left side. On the megastructure, home of RESISTANCE, new parallelepiped-shaped LEDS will make the roof of the stage. We can say the same for the worldwide stage. From today Ultra team is mounting led walls on that stage as well. We can expect some more clear picture of the design of various stages already tomorrow.
Last update for the pictures is on the 18th of March 2023
Exciting progress has been made on the construction of the mainstage at Ultra Music Festival Miami’s Bayfront Park location. As seen in a timelapse provided by Festival Leaks, the main structure of the stage has been built up. The famous “U” made of LED wall successfully hinged up on top. This iconic design has become a hallmark of Ultra Music Festival’s mainstage. Fans are eagerly anticipating the next phase of construction, which will involve adding a massive LED wall and all the lights and laser effects. With cutting-edge technology and innovative design, the new mainstage promises to be one of the most impressive and memorable in Ultra Music Festival’s history.
Ultra Music Festival 2023 is setting up a new stage
Exciting news has emerged from Ultra Music Festival Miami’s Bayfront Park location. Images of a new stage have recently been spotted. From the first pictures available, it appears that the new stage will have a unique triangular shape, setting it apart from previous stages used at the festival. Additionally, it seems that the stage will be located in the middle of the park. It will be nestled between the palms and trees that populate the area.
While little is known about the design or features of the new stage at this time, its striking appearance and central location are sure to generate buzz and excitement among festival-goers. As Ultra Music Festival continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible in live electronic dance music performances, this new stage promises to be yet another innovative and unforgettable addition to the festival’s already impressive lineup.
Ultra Miami mainstage location 2023: Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park is a beautiful 32-acre urban park located in the heart of downtown Miami, adjacent to Biscayne Bay. The park features lush green spaces, a large amphitheater, and stunning waterfront views of the bay and Miami skyline. It has become a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. It hosts a wide range of cultural events and activities throughout the year.
For Ultra Music Festival, Bayfront Park serves as the festival’s main venue. It provides multiple stages and areas set up throughout the park to accommodate the festival’s diverse lineup. The park’s central location and proximity to public transportation make it an ideal location for the festival, allowing easy access for attendees from across Miami and beyond.
Over the years, Bayfront Park has become synonymous with Ultra Music Festival, serving as the festival’s home base and main venue since 2006. The park’s iconic waterfront setting, combined with its state-of-the-art production facilities and infrastructure, make it the perfect location for a festival of this scale and magnitude.
For fans of electronic dance music, attending Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park is a truly unique and unforgettable experience. It offers the chance to see some of the biggest names in the industry perform on one of the world’s most iconic stages. In fact, Miami’s stunning skyline and its shimmering bay waters funges as a backdrop for the mainstage