Ultra Music Festival kicked off Friday, but not everyone is “Ultra-excited”.
Since 2001 , Ultra has been taking over downtown Miami. It's gotten bigger each year, and the city and its residents have felt its growth.
“I understand that Ultra brings a lot of money, but it does bring a lot of inconveniences,” said Nadia Sloley, who works at the Vizcayne Condo Building, 253 NE Second St., a short distance from the festival site.
This year Miami police will be rerouting traffic throughout the weekend.