BREAKING: Miami City Council Proposes Bringing Ultra Back To Miami for 2020

Is Ultra Miami staying in Miami?

A meeting today between the members of the Miami City Council has renewed hope that the city of Miami might still play host to the music festival next year, despite the festival itself voluntarily pulling its contract earlier this month. In a special “Sunshine Meeting,” Miami City Manager Emilio Gonzalez, commissioners Ken Russell, Keon Hardemon, Manolo Reyes, and Joe Carollo, and Manager Andrea Agha and Council Member Luis Lauredo from Virginia Key discussed the possibility.

Ultra Music Festival headed to Virginia Key in 2019 where it experienced a litany of issues, exacerbated by the short preparation time organizers were given by Miami City Council. A return to Bayfront Park or any other familiar Miami venue would streamline the 2020 event, though, of course, the earlier a decision is made the better. As far as Miami City Manager Emilio Gonzalez is concerned, Virginia Key is off the table.

See the discussion live tweeted from @KBKeyNews below.

Miami City Council discusses Ultra Miami

 

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