Watch This: United We Dance (A Short Film About Ultra Music Festival 2014)

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It’s just about that time when one of the biggest dance music festivals in the world, Ultra Music Festival, puts out an after-movie that lets us all relive the spectacle, whether we were present or not.

That time is here, and Ultra just put out a massive short film about this years festival. It starts off with some of the biggest artists in the world, like Armin Van Buuren, Carl Cox, Pete Tong, Krewella,  Nicky Romero & Martin Garrix,  giving us a bit of an intro to Miami and the festival. Cut to beautiful shots of the city as a whole, and you get transported right to the middle of it all. The rush and the thrill of the gorgeous stages, and the beautiful faces of all the people who’ve travelled from all over the world to be a part of it all. You instantly feel like you’re part of the beautiful crowd.

I really can’t describe how it felt to stand there (on the mainstage)” says Martin Garrix about performing at Ultra, to which Zedd adds, “It’s really emotional when you’re up there and thousands of people sing along to your music, there’s nothing better than that.”

“It just doesn’t feel real, it feels like a movie, and i dont think that feeling will ever go away, that feeling of this being a dream.” add the beautiful Krewella sisters.

And you can literally experience exactly what they’re talking about as the movie progresses. It’s the best visual representation of the power of music, and the ability of a DJ to commonly unite 50,000 strangers and have them experience that united supreme emotion of love. Whether it’s love for another individual, love for the DJ, or love for the music.

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