Heavy Rain And Winds To Hit Miami On Ultra Day One

Calling all EDM fans in South Florida! Get ready to pack those ponchos and stash some wet wipes for rain on Ultra Day One. Suddenly this weekend’s sunny festival forecast is looking a lot more like a tropical downpour.

Starting Friday, Miami is expected to experience heavy rain and strong winds on Ultra Day One. After all, this could put a serious damper on some of the biggest events of the year.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch and Wind Advisory for Miami-Dade and Broward counties. They are predicting up to 6 inches of rain in some areas. That’s not exactly ideal weather for Ultra with multiple stages, that attracts tens of thousands of attendees.

Despite the rain, possibility of flooding and strong winds, organizers of Ultra Music Festival have not yet made any announcements regarding schedule changes for Day One. This may result in delayed or cancelled performances.

Armin van Buuren, Peggy Gou, Chase & Status, David Guetta, Miss Monique and Orbital are among the acts on the bill for this year’s event. Find the set times and streaming schedule for Ultra Miami 2024 here.

So, Miami festival-goers, keep an eye on the latest weather updates and be prepared for anything. Throw some rain gear in your backpack, dust off those waterproof phone cases, and hope for the best.