Ultra Music Festival 2015 wrapped up last night, March 29, and Los Angeles-born bass don Skrillex had the honor of closing out the massive, three-day electronic music event. The "Recess" producer did not waste the opportunity, bringing out some of his biggest collaborators, including Diplo, who flew in from Brazil after his Major Lazer gig at Lollapalooza, Justin Bieber, CL, Kiesza, Diddy, Kai and Sam Dew.
This laundry list of performers is a bit dizzying, but Skrillex's set included close to 50 tracks in 50 minutes, which gave ample opportunity for each performer to get their shine. Sam Dew came out in the first 15 minutes to sing the Recess single "Stranger."
Jack Ü's unofficial coming out party was last year's UMF, and it only seemed fitting that the pair would reunite onstage for another huge performance, notably on the heels of the release of their surprise album Skrillex and Diplo Presents Jack Ü. Skrillex gave their collaboration a solid 20 minutes, bringing out Kiesza to sing the duo's first single "Take Ü There" and then joined Kai to perform a duet, while Diplo manned the decks up above them. She stayed on to sing her collaboration with Diplo and ImanoS, "Revolution."
Korean star CL was brought out to sing a verse from her collab with Diplo and Skrillex, "Dirty Vibe," before helping to transition into the total surprise guest Diddy. The hip-hop mogul stood on stage, rocking out, and performed two of his biggest hits "It's All About the Benjamins" and "Bad Boy for Life," while showing off some outrageous dance moves to the subsequent Jack Ü track.
Watch Diddy and CL's performance below via the live stream.
Bieber topped off the performance with the final track "Where Are Ü Now." It looked like he possibly lip-synced it, but the beleaguered crowd probably couldn't tell or see. Watch the Bieber clip below.
Watch the full performance below and see Diplo at 30 minutes, Kiesza at 31 minutes and Kai at the 34:30 mark.