Ultra Bans Rave Gear, Wants Attendees to Focus on Music

March 5, 2015 -

Bradley J. Callison

In an effort to focus more on what should be the main focus, the music, Ultra Music Festival has banned "selfie sticks", backpacks, totems and other items found here. With a crowded space such as Ultra in Miami, selfie sticks can be dangerous and this ensures more people will be focused on the music, although Diplo and Skrillex even struggle with this. While GoPros are still OK, Ultra also said "They will be turned away and we'll probably make fun of you" in regards to selfie sticks and I couldn't agree more.

 

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