Marshmello set the stage ablaze at the 2018 Ultra Music Festival by bringing out a lot of special guests including Suicide Squad actor Will Smith.

The DJ/music producer was one of the artists invited to perform at the electronic music festival's 20th anniversary last weekend. He did not waste any time and immediately lit up the stage with the special appearance of Will Smith.

After he started playing the actor's mid-90s track, "Miami," Marshmello spun it back and brought out the 49-year-old star onstage to perform the rap song live.

While mostly known as a movie actor, Smith has also made a name for himself as a musician. He released four studio albums from 1997 to 2005. He also had one "Greatest Hits" album that came out in 2002.

Watch Smith's performance of "Miami" at the Ultra Music Festival below.

For his set, Marshmello also brought out his collaborators G-Eazy who performed the track "No Limit," MC Yo Gotti for his "Rake It Up" performance, Lil Uzi Vert, Slushii, and Southside, reported Billboard.

Ultra Heats Up Miami

The annual Ultra Music Festival in Miami is one of the most anticipated music events in the world. The three-day event is full with live performances from electronic music superstars such as Steve Aoki, Carl Cox, and even the Swedish House Mafia.

CBS Miami reports that over 160,000 people from more than 60 countries were expected to attend at the show on Sunday which wraps up the three-day affair.

The previous weekend also saw performances from The Chainsmokers, Azealia Banks, Joyride, and more.

Ultra 2019

After its successful 20th show this year, Ultra announced that the party will continue next year in Miami. The music festival will return to the Bayfront Park on March 29 to March 31, 2019.

This news refutes rumors that the music festival will be moving out of downtown Miami after a local neighborhood alliance filed a complaint due to noise disturbance.

"We, the residents of downtown Miami and its neighboring communities deserve to have daily access to Bayfront Park — our neighborhood park," a petition states. "Instead, since the beginning of 2017, Bayfront Park has been closed to the public or in a state of disrepair for over 100 days because of mega-concerts like Ultra and Rolling Loud."

Since its conception in the early 2000s, Ultra has been attracting hundreds of thousands of guests.

Meanwhile, Rolling Loud Music Festival will take place at the same venue on May 11 to May 13. Performers will include J.Cole, Travis Scott, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, N.E.R.D., Young Thug, Migos, Wiz Khalifa, Cardi B, Gucci Mane, Lil Pump, Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and more.