iEDM's Official Ultra Music Festival 2022 Guide

| March 21, 2022

Ultra Music Festival is just days away from its 2022 celebration. It's time to pack your supplies, organize your schedule, and prepare your body for three ultra-intense days of raving. Find information regarding daily lineups and set times, prohibited and approved items, COVID-19 and bag policies, and more. 


Check out iEDM's Official Ultra Music Festival 2022 Guide below.




General Information


Dates: March 25-27, 2022

Venue Location: Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami FL, 33132

Tickets: SOLD OUT

Festival Hours: Friday: 4 pm - 12 am, Saturday: 12 pm - 12 am, Sunday: 12 pm - 10 pm

Age Restrictions: GA: 18+ / VIP: 21+

COVID-19 Policy: Proof of Vaccination, Wearing of Masks, or Negative COVID-19 Test are NOT required. 

Acceptable Forms Of ID For Entry: Valid U.S. Passport, Drivers License, Military ID; Valid Foreign Government-Issued Passport, ID Card or Drivers License with photo and date of birth



Daily Lineups + Set Times


Friday March 25

Day 1 will host performances by Armin Van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Alison Wonderland, Nicky Romero, Boris Brejcha, Carl Cox, Alesso, FISHER, SVDDEN DEATH, Nina Kraviz, Sullivan King, Vini Vici, and more. Kygo will close the Main Stage, with Pendulum closing the Live Stage. Stage takeovers will include Carl Cox's Megastructure at the Resistance Stage, A State Of Trance's 10-year anniversary at the Worldwide Stage, FCKNG SERIOUS at The Cove, and STMPD RCRDS at the UMF Radio Stage.


Saturday March 26

Day 2 will host performances by DJ Snake, Afrojack, Tiësto, Madeon, Knife Party, Jauz B2B NGHTMRE, Oliver Heldens, Tchami, John Summit, Jeffrey Sutorius, PEEKABOO, Mija B2B GG Magree, and more. Illenium will close the Main Stage, with KSHMR closing the Live Stage. Stage takeovers will include Carl Cox's Megastructure at the Resistance Stage, and Gud Vibrations at the UMF Radio Stage.


Sunday March 27

Day 3 will host performances by David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Seven Lions, Vintage Culture B2B Claptone, GHOST RYDR, Kill The Noise, Krewella, ACRAZE, WHIPPED CREAM, Gammer, and more. SLANDER will close the Live Stage, with Zeds Dead closing the Worldwide Stage. Stage takeovers will include Carl Cox's Megastructure at the Resistance Stage, and Dirty Wonkz at the UMF Radio Stage. 



2022 Festival Map

Coming soon! 




If you wish to avoid commuting to Downtown Miami and driving your vehicle to the festival, the Metrorail is a highly recommended and affordable option providing northbound and southbound transport to areas all around Miami-Dade County. The Metrorail also connects to the Metromover station, which has a stop located just steps away from Bayfront Park. The Metromover is a FREE transit service in the Downtown Miami and Brickell areas. If you choose to take advantage of the Metrorail, you can connect to the Metromover via the Government Center Station, which will drop you off right outside of the festival venue. In addition to normal operating hours, the Metrorail and Metromover will operate for 2 hours after the festival ends each day.


Tri-Rail is ready to get you to Ultra with train service from 18 stations including Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Delray, Boynton, and Lake Worth. Train fares are just $5 roundtrip on weekends and special late trains will depart one hour after each show ends, around 1 am on Saturday and Sunday morning and around 11 pm on Sunday night.


Skip traffic and pre-party on the way to Ultra with Brightline, the country’s ultimate high-speed rail experience. Ride from West Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale and arrive at Miami Central Station, just a quick walk away from Bayfront Park. Trains depart hourly to get you to Miami, and late-night trains depart at 1 am on Saturday and Sunday morning (after Friday and Saturday night) and 11 pm on Sunday night.


Find more information regarding transportation HERE!



Prohibited Items + Clear Bag Policy


Prohibited Items

-  No illegal or illicit substances, drugs, or drug paraphernalia

-  No weapons of any kind including, but not limited to, pocket knives and self defense sprays

-  No flammable items or liquids including aerosols and fireworks

-  No markers, pens or spray paint

-  No backpacks, purses, or bags allowed except bags made of clear plastic, clear vinyl, or clear PVC not exceeding 13”x17”

-  No stuffed animals

-  No outside food or beverage including alcohol

-  No bottles, cans, canteens, flasks, or coolers

-  No opened over-the-counter medication or eye drops

-  No opened packs of cigarettes or tampons

-  No pacifiers or glow sticks

-  No balloons, balls, inflatable balls, frisbees or flying disks

-  No umbrellas, chairs, blankets, sleeping bags or tents

-  No bicycles, skateboards, hover-boards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles

-  No drones or unmanned aerial vehicles

-  No animals except for service animals assisting an individual with a disability. “Comfort,” “therapy” or “emotional support” animals do not meet the definition of a service animal and are not permitted entry to the Event.

-  No large chains, chained wallets or spiked jewelry

-  No laser pens, laser pointers, or similar focused light devices

-  No water guns, squirt guns, spray bottles or misters

-  No musical instruments, noisemakers or air horns

-  No professional cameras, flash cameras or video and audio recording equipment, or camera poles

-  No poles, sticks, or “totems”

-  No confetti, streamers or loose glitter (wearable cosmetics are acceptable)

-  Additional items may be prohibited at the discretion of law enforcement or security officials.



Clear Bag Policy

-  Bags made of clear plastic, clear vinyl or clear PVC, which do not exceed 13”x17” in size are permissible

-  One-gallon clear zip-top bags are permissible

-  Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand either with or without a handle or strap are allowed

-  Hydration packs (empty upon entry), which are NOT backpacks, will be allowed

-  Fanny-packs or similar waist-packs will be allowed

-  Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis for medically required items after proper inspection


Allowed Items

-  Bags that follow the Clear Bag Policy

-  Cell phones

-  Sunglasses and hats

-  Illuminated or glowing jewelry or costumes

-  Sealed packs of cigarettes upon entry

-  Vapes and E-cigarettes (Vape Juice and E-cigarette cartridges must be sealed upon entry)

-  Non-professional cameras

-  Action cameras, such as GoPro’s

-  Regarding action cameras – yes to strap headwear or non-extendable handles

-  Earplugs

-  Flags and banners (no corporate or company branding; no hard poles)

-  Powdered make-up

-  Sunscreen (Non-aerosol and sealed upon entry)

-  Feminine products (sealed upon entry)

-  Prescription medication (you must have the prescription/label in your name with you)


Find more information regarding security policies HERE!



Live Art + Art Installations

Ultra will welcome a diverse spectrum of talented artists from around the globe to this year’s Live Art & Art Installation program.. The festival grounds will be decorated with art installations by HyperGate, Interstellar Dali, Polaris, and Lost Creations. Fans can view live art displays by world-class painters, muralists, sculptors, illustrators, graffiti artists, and more.



Mission: Home Sustainability Initiatives + Eco Village

Ultra will be incorporating many successful sustainability initiatives from 2019 as part of Mission: Home. Committed to preserving its home at Bayfront Park, reducing their environmental impact, and inspiring the community to protect the plant, Ultra will continue to expand the environmental consciousness through their sustainability programs. Ultra will once again implore Ultranauts to participate in Leave No Trace, a program that encourages attendees to never litter and respect natural elements, like trees, vegetation, and wildlife. Fans are also invited to volunteer with Clean Vibes, a responsible event waste and recycling program. 


Returning for its 15th year, Eco Village is an area of the festival that hosts multiple interactive booths featuring activations from the world’s most influential nonprofit organizations. Presented by Climate Futures, this year's Eco Village will host Ocean Conservancy, Before It's Too Late, Bye Bye Plastic Foundation, Debris Free Oceans, Protect Animals Worldwide, and more.


Find more information regarding sustainability initiatives HERE!



Get ready for festival season with iEDM apparel and accessories. Check out the latest rave wear arrivals HERE!



For more MMW events and parties, check out iEDM's Official Miami Music Week 2022 Schedule HERE!

about the writer

Michael Grise

Jordan Farley

Read More...Jordan is a New York based writer and lover of all things music. She is the type of girl who stays up late on Thursday nights to get the first glimpse of Spotify's freshly-updated Friday Cratediggers playlist. Her top EDM moments include seeing Disclosure perform "Latch" live with Sam Smith, interviewing Lido (twice!) and watching Jai Wolf debut "Indian Summer". In her spare time, Jordan enjoys hiking the High Peaks, watching Survivor, and cuddling with her dog, Peyton.

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