The Seven Ravers You Meet at Ultra Music Festival

Woah, wait a minute. What happened this weekend?

We thought we were in Miami. But as soon as we crossed over Biscayne Boulevard we found ourselves in the middle of EDM insanity.

We were surrounded by thousands of colorful, crazy-eyed people-creatures. Some of them had furry ears and tails, some of them had furry legs, and some of them had totally lost their faces.

When we woke up this morning, we found pictures of these strange characters all over our phone. But who were these people? Let's take a closer look at seven of Ultra Music Festival's most fascinating characters.

Kandi Kids
Strangely, most of these colorful "kids" are old enough to feel weird dressed up like anime characters on crack. But a place like Ultra doesn't judge, and these party warriors have likely been at their antics for years. They're pretty much harmless, but watch out before you eat any of their goodies, those aren't mentos they're poppin.

Neon Brosteppers
These bright figures of ripped masculinity roamed the green lawns of Ultra Festival in total abundance. Everywhere you looked, you saw another bro dressed like a hipster from 2006. Decked in all kinds of crazy colored tight pants, neon tank tops and futuristic sunglasses, these bros couldn't wait to get down to Kaskade. Fucking rage!

You can tell this kind by their usually long and slightly unkempt hair. They're kind of like the hippies of the rave world, as in they're really sweet people but often times they could use a shower. All the real bassheads finished their Sunday smoking that la listening to Bassnectar, or they're just not really bassheads.

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Bayfront Park

301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL

Category: General

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 LOL - I was thinking the same thing.  Look at the guts on those pigs.

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