Recently, there has been much concern as to where Ultra Music Festival will be relocating its home festival. After it’s 2019 edition at Virginia Key, Miami officials agreed that the festival would not be returning to its recently new location due to many complications that occurred during this year’s event. Afterwards, Ultra then chose to move on from Miami, taking the world by surprise, as well as the city of Miami.
Today, Miami officials gathered together to talk about The famous music festival and it’s official leave from Miami. Many officials agreed that the festival should be making a return to Miami, just not to Virginia Key. Others agreed with the leave and believed that the festival should not make its return. Miami City Manager, Emilio Gonzalez, believed that the loss of The famous festival would make an economic impact on the city. Many officials agreed that the festival was a huge loss and that the city of Miami should lure the festival back to it’s beautiful city. Ultimately, Gonzalez agreed to re-engage with Ultra about a possible return to Downtown Miami, just not in Virginia Key.
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