The Final Phase: Ultra Music Festival

For those who have been keeping tabs on Ultra Music Festival 2022, Phase 3 of the lineup has finally been released! The last of the artists have been announced, and this phase includes over 60 additional acts we can look forward to seeing at Ultra this year. Now that we know who all is gonna be there, all we can do is patiently wait for March to roll around.

Ultra Music Festival 2022 Lineup via Instagram

The Phase 3 lineup flaunts some awesome additions to this festival. The talent includes dance music hit-maker KSHMR presenting a special rendition of The Live Experience, as well as forward-thinking beatmakers JOYRYDE and Ghastly joining forces for a rip-roaring b2b set as GHOST RYDR. Celebrated for his take on multiple genres of dance music, Kill the Noise will bring a heavy dose of bass to Ultra, while magnetic electronic sister duo Krewella will return to deliver one of their world-famous DJ sets. For her Ultra debut, fast-rising DJ/producer/multi-instrumentalist Olan will bring her captivating sounds to the stage for a live performance. We also can’t forget the headliners that were announced in 2021, including Afrojack, Alesso, Alison Wonderland, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, and Illenium, just to name a few. And as promised by Ultra, we can expect an incredible performance by one iconic act to close out this three-day festival extravaganza. This is an act we don’t know if it has been announced yet or not. The suspense is building!

Ultra Music Festival is an annual outdoor EDM festival featuring a variety of artists for a music-packed weekend. Ultra Music Festival 2022 will be March 25-27, and fans are counting down the days till the return of this legendary festival after two long years. Held in downtown Miami with skyscrapers in your field of vision while you watch DJs, you could not ask for a better place to spend your weekend. This destination spot is also surrounded by tons of beaches, nightlife spots, and restaurants, so we know attendees will not be bored while in Miami. Ultra Music Festival is a popular one amongst EDM fans, with a record attendance of 155,000 people in 2012. To spread the good vibes across the globe, Ultra created a series of international franchises called Ultra Worldwide. These festivals are held in countries such as South Africa, South Korea, Singapore, and Mexico. For those who are in America, you can still buy tickets for this year’s event at