Five Raddest Stage Setups at Ultra 2013

Photo by Jacob Katel
Dude ... Sensory overload.
There's so much bass and lasers pumping through downtown Miami, it might break off the mainland and becom a new, free-floating island.

That's thanks to the millions upon millions of dollars that have gone into insuring that Ultra Music Festival 2013 is the most aggressively technological production in the history of the Universe. Or at least Miami-Dade County.

Here are the five raddest stage setups at Ultra 2013.

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5. The Bass Station
The Bass Station stage, also known as UMF Radio, is a giant steel boombox nestled between palm trees in a grass valley on the edge of the festival grounds with a skyscraper backdrop. It features LED screens, multicolored spotlights, and subs that drop like ten-ton boulders.

At night it looks like this:


Location Info


Bayfront Park

301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL

Category: General

Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park

301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL

Category: Music

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