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Win 2 tickets to Ultra with Sam Feldt & Goldfish at the Miami Beach Clean-Up

Still need those last minute tickets? Feeling lucky?

Kick off Ultra Miami 2019 with a beach clean-up party accompanied by famous electronic music producer Sam Feldt and South African house group Goldfish. Giving back to the community, hanging with Ultra’s very own, and having a shot at winning two tickets to the festival? Sold.

Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival combine to create the festival experience of a lifetime. With this opportunity, Sam Feldt’s Heartfeldt foundation joins forces with Orca Sound Project, Goldfish and Miami’s Volunteer Clean Up in efforts to create sustainability, all supported by a community of fans in a unique beach-clean up.


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Who wants to WIN 2 VIP TICKETS to @ultra ánd help clean up a beach with me?! 😍 Instructions in the COMMENTS 👇🏻

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According to Posey Collins, Director of Orca Sound Project,

“Soda bottles, plastic bags and cigarette butts have a serious effect on our environment, polluting our seas, choking our wildlife and threatening our planet. Together we want to tackle this problem by collecting data from the clean-up to help us work with companies and organizations to find more sustainable solutions.”

Word on the street is that the music sensations will collab and play a private pop-up show on the sand at sunset following the event.

Not convinced yet? One lucky participant will not only walk away with two tickets to the festival, but also a Solgaard Lifepack Backpack with an S3 Solarbank Boombox. Winner will be announced on the sand between 6-7pm.


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IN THIS PICTURE WE ARE HOLDING WET WIPES FROM OUR SEWERS 😱 Today @orcasoundproject helped @thames21 gather crucial data on the litter that settles on the Thames foreshore by getting down and dirty to count it at the Big Count event! The focus was on wet wipes. All wet wipes sold as “flushable” in the UK have so far failed the water industry’s disintegration tests. Water companies say wet wipes don’t break down and are causing blockages which cost millions to put right. As we flush more our sewage system is finding it impossible to cope with the demands causing blockages and overflow which ends up in our water ways. We counted over 23,000 wet wipes. We were incredibly proud to be part of a 150 person strong team taking action today with friends of the project @keepbritaintidy as they launch #greatbritishspringclean Our message to you: don’t flush wet wipes down the loo, simple as that as they are contaminating our water system. This is the first cleanup in a series we’ll be taking part in and hosting with the incredible team @keepbritaintidy as we launch our official partnership. Please send a message if you want to join our mailing list to find out when we will next be getting together to make a difference. 📸 @cloudierandcloudier

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To take part in this event on Thursday, March 28th, RSVP on, first come first serve. Location details will be sent out via email.

See you on the beach for a Miami Music Week event like no other!