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If there was any hesitation about attending the Identity Festival at Miami's Bayfront Park in August, it had better not be about the ticket price. The traveling electronic music fest has just launched a 20-hour fire sale on admission lasting until 5 a.m. Thursday that slashes it down to just $20 (plus fees).

Now the argument holds that many of the glowstick-grippers among us have dropped much more than one Andrew Jackson (plus fees) to see a fraction of the artists in this lineup.

Keeping the Ultra Music Festival fever alive on August 25 is Kaskade,

Steve Aoki, Pretty Lights, Afrojack, DJ Shadow, Skrillex, the Crystal

Method, Rusko, Booka Shade, Hercules & Love Affair, and need we go



Anyhow, cop a few $20 tickets -- or $426 VIP slots, your choice -- via LiveNation right here.

Skullcandy presents Identity Music Festival. 1 p.m. Thursday, August 25, at Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park, 301 N. Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets cost $20 to $426. Click here.

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