Ultra Music Festival officials have announced the Cure are set to headline the electronica extravaganza at Miami’s Bicentennial Park. Now in its 9th year, the festival will bulk up to span two days from March 23-24. “By adding another day we felt we could offer the opportunity to enjoy live bands like the Cure, who are legends in our culture,” said festival founder Russell Faibisch in a statement. Ultra Music Festival will also feature Dutch-born trance juggernaut Tiesto, house music producers Deep Dish, new wavers Shiny Toy Guns, and French vocalist Miss Kittin. Festival artists will spread nine stages and perform noon until midnight, while DJs like Paul van Dyk, Carl Cox, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, and Ferry Corsten will be spinning, as well. Tickets can be purchased at ultramusicfestival.com and are available in either two-day general admission passes at $99.90 and VIP passes for $350.
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