The previous few months haven’t been form to Rapture Festival in Florida. Despite having lived at Virginia Key for 2 years and already reserving dates for a 3rd on the island, a Four-1 vote from the Miami City Commission ousted the pageant in favor of Ultra Music Festival, which itself was ousted from Bayfront Park earlier in 2018.
After a lot opposition, Rapture conceded the loss and commenced a seek for a brand new house. “Our search for a new location that will allow our original vision to continue has yielded us several amazing locations that we can honestly say are much better than our original home,” it wrote on Facebook in November in a now-deleted put up.
As it seems, it appears that evidently search hasn’t yielded any promising outcomes as Rapture has delivered a stop & desist letter to Ultra Music Festival, asking it to cease making use of for any new permits.
“We are investigating this matter further and if [you] do not immediately withdraw your application that directly interferes with our client’s planned festival time and location, we will be taking immediate action against you, the City and Virginia Key Beach Park Trust,” reads the letter from Rapture’s legal professional, Paul Ok. Silverberg. “Any continued behavior and furtherance of the complained act will be considered willful and subject you to punitive damages.”
Permits that Ultra is presently nonetheless making use of for embrace one “from Miami-Dade’s Division of Environmental Resources Management to construct a temporary dock at the Marine Stadium to accommodate the water taxis,” in keeping with Miami Herald.
Miami City Attorney Victoria Mendez and Ultra spokesman Ray Martinez declined to touch upon the letter.
by way of Miami Herald | Photo by way of EDMkevin for Ultra