For the Ultra Music Festival, one weekend just wasn't enough. Organizers announced on Monday that the massive Electronic Dance Music event will be taking over Miami's Bayfront Park for two weekends in March.
The prolonged party begins March 15-17 and after a four-day break, revs up again on March 22-24. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Oct. 17 on the festival's website. Featured artists will be announced at a later date.
Ultra is the centerpiece of Miami Music Week and this edition marks the festival's 15-year anniversary.
"After an extremely successful 2012 edition of ULTRA in Miami, and the continuous overwhelming demand by disappointed fans that were unable to attend because of the early sell-out, we've decided to do what ULTRA has always consistently done throughout the years -- pioneer and push the EDM movement forward," said Ultra Festival co-founder, president and CEO Russell Faibisch in a statement.
Last year's festival featured headlining performances from EDM heavyweights David Guetta, Armin van Buuren and Kaskade, but the biggest moment came courtesy of Madonna, who made a surprise appearance with then-newcomer Avicii.
"Electronic dance music has been a part of my life since the beginning of my career," she told the crowd, adding, "I can honestly say a DJ saved my life."
Watch the festival's announcement video below.