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Snoop Dogg, Skrillex Join Ultra Music Festival Lineup

Azealia Banks, the Weeknd also booked for March EDM blowout

Skrillex and Snoop Dogg will perform at the 15th annual Ultra Music Festival.
Theo Wargo/Getty Images; Marcel Thomas/FilmMagic
January 25, 2013 3:50 PM ET

Miami's 15th annual Ultra Music Festival is getting a big shot of reggae. Snoop Lion (formerly Snoop Dogg) has joined the EDM festival's lineup along with Skrillex (teaming with Boys Noize as Dog Blood), Azealia Banks, Sleigh Bells, the Weeknd and more. The festival has also added a batch of electronic up-and-comers, including Benny Benassi, Steve Aoki, Dirty South, Eric Prydz, Hardwell and more. They join already announced acts Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, Avicii, Major Lazer, Yeasayer and Hot Chip.

Photos: Ultra Music Festival 14

The first weekend of Ultra is set for March 15th-17th and continues for a second weekend of March 22nd-24th. For more information, visit Ultra's website.

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