UMF MIAMI, an electronic music event, will light up movie screens across the nation with 'CAN U FEEL IT' – The UMF Experience, a one-night in-theater event on Thursday, March 22 at 8:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. CT/6:00 p.m. MT/8:00 p.m. PT (tape delayed). Told through the first-hand insight of longstanding DJs Tiësto, David Guetta, Carl Cox, Afrojack, Fedde Le Grand and Boys Noize, 'CAN U FEEL IT' – The UMF Experience will reveal the energy, excitement and vibe of UMF Miami mixed with performances and in-depth artist storylines, press notes state. The feature also explores the rise of the dance music phenomenon. Additionally, audiences will get exclusive access to special red carpet interviews with the biggest names in electronic music, fan reactions, celebrity appearances and more, captured live the previous day from Bayfront Park Amphitheatre in downtown Miami. Created and directed by Charly Friedrichs (aka Final Kid), 'CAN U FEEL IT' – The UMF Experience will put movie theater audiences directly on the dance floor and in the DJ booth at the same time.
Tickets for 'CAN U FEEL IT' – The UMF Experience are available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com.
Presented by NCM Fathom Events and UMF Films, 'CAN U FEEL IT' – The UMF Experience will be broadcast to more than 500 select movie theaters across the country through NCM's exclusive Digital Broadcast Network.
"UMF MIAMI is one of the most distinguished electronic music events on the planet," said Shelly Maxwell, executive vice president of NCM Fathom Events. "This in-theater event offers fans the ultimate way to experience the excitement of this record-breaking festival right alongside the biggest artists in the electronic music world."
Taking place during Miami Music Week in 2012, the Festival, now in its 14th year, features more than 300 of the hottest DJs, bands and producers spread out over three days and 24 stages. Reaching a record-breaking attendance of 150,000 in 2011, UMF MIAMI has transformed and customized Bayfront Park to accommodate the increased capacity making 2012's event the largest, most impressive to date. Considered the pioneer of a cultural movement, more than 1.4 million music enthusiasts from 72 countries and territories, as well as all 50 U.S. states, have attended the festival since its debut in 1999.