The 150,000 fans who invaded downtown Miami's Bicentennial Park from March 25-27 for Ultra Music Festival are a different breed of concertgoer. These people know how to party. Hard.
Which is exactly what they did over three music-filled days and nights that showcased the best of the best in dance music, including stars like deadmau5, Tiesto, Duran Duran, and Crystal Castles, as well as hot up-and-coming acts.
Read on for SPIN contributing photographer Ian Witlen's highlights of the festival.
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