WHERE: Live Stage
For longtime electronic music fans, Underworld needs no introduction.
But for the readers that are new to the EDM scene, here goes: The British duo – consisting of charismatic singer and frontman Karl Hyde and producer Rick Smith – has blessed us with some of the greatest anthems of all time over the past 23 years, including “Dark & Long,” “Bird 1,” “Pearl’s Girl,” “Jumbo,” “Scribble,” “Two Months Off” and, of course, “Born Slippy,” which provided the soundtrack to one of the more memorable moments of the groundbreaking 1996 film “Trainspotting.”
returns to Miami for the first time in six years to headline the Ultra Music Festival’s Live Stage on Sunday night, just before French alt-disco duo Justice closes out the weekend.
Ultra Miami 2017 is Underworld’s only scheduled U.S. appearance in 2017, in support of its seventh studio album, “Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future,” so feel free to feel special, Miami music lovers.