The Best Way to Get to Ultra Music Festival

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Ready to break out of your winter slump and start the new season? Not just spring, but music festival season!

Then you need to get down to Miami for the Ultra Music Festival. The biggest EDM festival in North America (and one of the biggest in the world) is happening March 29-31.

The lineup this year includes The Chainsmokers, Afrojack, David Guetta, Marchmello, Tiesto, Zedd, deadmau5 and many more!

Tickets to the festival can be expensive (but totally worth it!), so if you need to save money on your travel, you should definitely take a bus or a train to Miami. Lots of routes can take you to Miami for much cheaper than a plane.

It’s obviously super easy to get to Miami on a bus from Orlando, and it’s only around $20 for a one-way ticket. You can also get a one-way ticket from Atlanta to Miami for just over 40 bucks. And a one-way trip to Miami from New Orleans is right around $75.

You can also turn your festival travel into a road trip adventure if you’re coming from farther away. Take a bus or train to Miami from places in the Northeast, like New York City, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Boston. From the Midwest, make a trip from Chicago, Nashville, and Louisville, too. Really, you can get to Miami on a bus or a train from almost anywhere around the country.

Get ready to dance to the best DJs and don’t miss out on the Ultra Music Festival!  Book your ticket to Miami on Wanderu.com or by downloading the Wanderu app!

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Kate Sedrowski

Kate Sedrowski

Kate Sedrowski is on a mission to spread delight while inspiring and encouraging people to travel. Her favorite travel companion is her teddy bear, and her favorite souvenir is the scar from the broken nose she got in a snowball fight in Québec City.
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