Ultra Miami finally reached a deal with the Neighbor Alliance regarding the inconvenience generated over the years. They tried to stop the festival from taking place in Bayfront Park, which resulted in a complicated case for Ultra.
The reached deal allows Ultra to continue to organize the event, but implement its first standards program covering issues like construction schedule, park closures, noise impacts, and traffic management.
“This development finally opens the door to establishing an ongoing working relationship between the parties, which was long overdue” said Ray Martinez, Ultra’s Spokesman.
Mr. Martinez further stated that “we look forward to continuing to partner with area residents with the common goal of advancing a shared vision of sustainable coexistence, which will allow us to continue showcasing Miami and its local culture as the dance music capital of the world.”
James Torres, President of the Miami Downtown Neighbors Alliance, said “we are pleased to have reached an agreement that addresses many of the issues that have impacted Downtown Miami residents during previous Ultra events. We believe that this agreement will allow Ultra and its neighbors to coexist and will highlight Downtown Miami as “One Community for All”, and a great place to live, work and play”.
Ultra Music Festival is set to return to Bayfront Park on March 25-27, 2022.