Miami Electronic Music Festival “Ultra” ends without incident

Miami Electronic Music Festival “Ultra” ends without incident

The participants could not hide their satisfaction after the experience of having participated in the largest electronic music festival in the world.

The police, for their part, called the event a success from a security perspective as there were no major incidents to report.

“The lights, the incredible security,” said Lea Rose Musica, one of the Ultra participants. While for Natalia Bass, the main thing was that “it was all there… the fast bath, the fast water”.

It was three very fun days, but this Sunday, electronic music fans said see you soon at the Ultra Festival.

David Guetta, Tom Dola and Tiesto were among the musicians who most surprised the participants who were able to see their favorite DJs.

The more than 165,000 people who gathered at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami for another year to participate in this great event that area residents also enjoyed.

The influx of visitors has been accompanied by several arrests and hospitalizations. According to the Miami Fire Department, 49 patients were assessed during the festival and 15 were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and about 15 people were arrested by police.

Miami Police spokesman Capt. Freddy Cruz said there were “different types of arrests, multiple fights, some boys arrested for dealing drugs.”

El tráfico esta vez también fue muy controlado par las autoridades locales y una parte de Biscayne Boulevard estuvo redirected en un solo sentido todo el end of week, hasta este domingo por la noche cuando los fuegos pirotécnicos y drones despidieron el show extendediendo an invitation para el next year.

“The Ultra company has a designated area where through Tuesday they will have everything that was lost… after Tuesday all of that property will go to our station,” said Miami police spokesman Freddy Cruz.

Police will continue to work around the festival for a few more hours directing traffic and by Monday morning the direction of traffic on Biscayne Boulevard will be back to normal.

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