The Miami Ultimate Festival is going to take place in about two months, but strangely enough, a legal contract has not been signed between the production and the Miami municipality. And if that’s not enough, the city’s residents are now suing the municipality to prevent the festival from happening as expected.
Residents say the municipality is in violation of its own laws, approving an invalid volume and abolishing tender laws.
“From 2012-2019, the municipality approved the existence of the Ultra Festival at Bayfront Park creating a catastrophic noise that came to the home of prosecutors and other Miami downtown residents and prevented them from enjoying their quiet home and prevented access to Bayfront Park for several months a year.”
Written in the lawsuit.
An official response from Ultra was not overdue, ensuring that the festival was going as planned.
“The Ultra Festival and the City of Miami enjoyed a strong partnership that will continue toward the 22nd edition on March 20-22 at Bayfront Park. We are aware of reports that a neighboring group has again filed a lawsuit against the Miami municipality. The lawsuit filed almost the same allegations made last year, And just as with the same claims, we expect the municipality to overcome them as before.We are grateful to continue our collaboration with the City of Miami and we look forward to bringing the event back to its home in Bayfront Park this March. ”