SiriusXM to Broadcast Ultra Music Festival Live From Miami

SiriusXM’s UMF Radio to air live sets from Alesso, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Kx5, Marshmello, Rezz, Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, and more beginning March 24

To kick off the festival, SiriusXM will give listeners a preview of what’s to come from its Miami studios – opening soon – with live broadcasts from Diplo, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Zara Larsson and more

NEW YORK– March 23, 2023– SiriusXM announced today that for the 17th year, it will broadcast live from the 23rd annual Ultra Music Festival at Miami’s Bayfront Park.

SiriusXM’s live broadcast of the festival will begin on Friday, March 24 offering immersive coverage of live DJ sets from headliners including Alesso, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Kx5, Marshmello, Rezz, Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, and more, all weekend long. SiriusXM will also go behind-the-scenes and feature exclusive interviews with Ultra performers. 

UMF Radio will take over SiriusXM’s Diplo’s Revolution channel starting Friday, March 24 at 5 pm ET through Monday, March 27. Diplo’s Revolution is available to subscribers in their cars (channel 52), on the SXM App, and online at In addition to live broadcasts of DJ sets, the channel will feature “best of” highlights from this year’s festival airing all day long on Monday, March 27. 

Listeners will also get a preview of what’s to come from SiriusXM’s new Miami studios, which will be officially opening soon, with exclusive live programming featuring some of the biggest names in Dance to kick off Ultra weekend. Multiple SiriusXM channels will air special interviews and performances leading into the festival today, March 23. On BPM (ch. 51) from 3pm-5pm ET tune in for performances and interviews with Joel Corry, Markus Schulz, Mau P, Regard, Shane Codd, Zara Larsson and others. On Chill (ch. 53) from 6pm-8pm ET listeners can tune in for sets by Cassian and RÜFÜS DU SOL, and airing on Diplo’s Revolution (ch. 52) will be live performances from Diplo from 9pm-10pm ET and Anabel Englund from 10pm-11pm ET. David Guetta will also sit down for interviews from SiriusXM’s Miami studios.

UMF Radio also broadcasts as a weekly show on SiriusXM’s Diplo’s Revolution channel. Hosted by Andy Pate, the two hour show features live recorded performances from Ultra’s events around the world. UMF Radio airs Fridays from 6 pm – 8 pm ET.

Pandora will also launch a limited-run station featuring wall-to-wall music from festival headliners. Pandora UMF Radio begins Monday March 20th and continues through festival season. 

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