Gallery, Photo, Ultra

Front row at Ultra Music Festival opening night

Ultra Music Festival’s opening night on Friday made a splash – literally. The electronic dance concert was filled with showers that shut down four stages and left festival-goers’ scant neon clothing soaked.

But if there’s one thing Miami knows how to do is keep the party going. Here’s a recap of what went down on day one.

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Eddie Sanchez // Multimedia Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

Nick Gangemi // Photo Editor

March 28, 2015

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Nick Gangemi


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