Vintage Culture and Dom Dolla
Vintage Culture, whose real name is Lukas Ruiz, is a Brazilian DJ and producer who rose to fame with his remixes of popular songs and his own original tracks. He is known for his deep and melodic style, which incorporates elements of techno, disco, and funk. In 2020, he was named the #1 DJ in Brazil by DJ Mag.
Dom Dolla, whose real name is Dominic Matheson, is an Australian DJ and producer who has gained international recognition for his deep house and tech house music. He is known for his bass-heavy tracks, which often feature catchy vocal hooks and driving rhythms. In 2019, he won the ARIA Award for Best Dance Release for his hit song “Take It.”
The two DJs have collaborated on a b2b (back-to-back) set, where they perform together on stage and take turns playing tracks. This allows them to showcase their unique styles and blend them together in a seamless and exciting way. Their b2b set has been well-received by fans of house music, and they have performed together at major music festivals and events around the world.
Ultra Music Festival in Miami
Ultra Music Festival is an annual electronic dance music festival that takes place in Miami, Florida. The festival was founded in 1999 and has since become one of the largest and most popular electronic dance music events in the world, attracting over 165,000 attendees in recent years.
The festival takes place over three days and features some of the biggest names in electronic dance music, including DJs and live acts. It is held at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami and includes multiple stages, each with its own unique theme and lineup of artists.
Ultra Music Festival is known for its high-energy performances, elaborate stage productions, and immersive visual effects. In addition to the music, the festival also features a wide range of food and beverage vendors, art installations, and other activities.
Over the years, Ultra Music Festival has expanded beyond Miami and now hosts events in locations around the world, including Europe, Asia, and South America. The festival has also faced some controversy in the past, including issues related to noise levels, safety concerns, and its impact on the surrounding community. Despite these challenges, Ultra Music Festival remains a highly anticipated and popular event among electronic dance music fans.