Upon the culmination of day three at Ultra Music Festival's twentieth anniversary, this year the event pulled out a plethora of entertainment for its eight stages each day.  Though there were a number of performers who shined in their sets, there were also quite a few memorable moments that took place from the Main Stage and beyond.   Just some of these most memorable performances Electric-Vibes saw included:

Afrojack and David Guetta
Ultra Music Festival's Radio Stage (Jacked Stage)
Sunday, March 25


Surprising fans with a back-to-back performance that left Ultra Music Festival's Radio Stage shocked with excitement, Afrojack first shined in a performance on his own Jacked Stage and shortly thereafter introduced David Guetta who performed alongside the superstar.  Fans packed around the stage to see the monumental moment as the duo reverberated a performance that was worthy of the Main Stage. 

Azealia Banks
Ultra Live Stage
Friday, March 23

Combining hip-hop, with dance music, and R&B, Azaelia Banks performed a memorable performance at the Ultra Live Stage on Friday, March 23.  Infusing her music with a number of different styles that suited a number of fans' tastes, the artist managed to captivate a crowd with her exquisite voice and flawless energy.

Ghastly
Ultra Worldwide
Sunday, March 25

Enveloping the crowd with a dynamic set filled with dub-step and bass house at Ultra Worldwide's Stage, Ghastly proved himself as a performer as he filled the stage with fans bouncing and head bobbing to his beats.  The talented artist rollicked the crowd as he performed some of his personal tracks including, 'Crank It" featuring Lil' Jon and Mija.

Joseph Capriati
Resistance - Carl Cox Megastructure
Friday, March 2


Gripping fans with a performance at Carl Cox's Megastructure, Joseph Capriati shined as he performed a tech-house and techno set like no other.  Palpitating the crowd with heavy underground hits, the artist mesmerized dancers in an unrestrained set of pure techno energy.

Fedde Le Grand
Ultra Main Stage
Saturday, March 24

Having performed at over half of Ultra Music Festival's events, Fedde Le Grand kicked off his performance with invigorating energy as he debuted his brand new single titled, "You Got Me Runnin.'"  The artist who never ceases to disappoint at Ultra Music Festival, lived up to expectations as he performed one of the most gravitating performances of the weekend.

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