A Miami choose has dropped a lawsuit case by Rapture music competition in opposition to Ultra Music Festival, simply three days after the criticism was filed.
Ultra Music Festival has a brand new Miami house on Virginia Key Beach, however that meant kicking out the island's earlier occasion resident. For two years, Rapture music competition introduced home and techno artists to the Historic Beach the identical weekend Ultra introduced all method of digital acts to the town.
According to courtroom paperwork, Rapture accused Ultra, the City of Miami Beach and the Virginia Key Beach Trust of violating the Sherman Act, anti-trust and monopoly legal guidelines enacted in 1890 designed to manage competitors. The choose threw out the motion, citing that each Rapture and Ultra utilized for the usage of Virginia Key, and whereas Ultra's utility was accepted, Rapture's merely was not.
The criticism was filed Friday, Feb. 1. The swimsuit was dismissed Monday, Feb. four. Rapture was selling tickets for what would have been its third occasion, to be held Friday and Saturday, March 29 and 30.
Billboard Dance reached out to each Rapture and Ultra for remark.