The City of Miami voted unanimously to kick the Ultra Music Festival out of Bayfront Park. The electronic music festival has attracted techno music lovers, dendrophiliacs, and drug enthusiasts from all over the world to Bayfront Park since 2001, but in recent years has become a source of blinding rage for downtown property owners who believe the three-day music festival attracts far too many young people having a great time to the City and could potentially be "bad for their investment."
The Commission was adamant that electronic music was not "real music like when I was a kid" and passed a unanimous resolution to "tell those kids to turn that noise down, dagnabbit!"
At the hearing, Commissioner Joe "Sir, I'm going to have to ask you to leave," Carollo told his constituents that he would work to save Bayfront Park so the community could continue to enjoy its 'concrete and broken water fountain' design, however the Commissioners eventually decided the City-owned waterfront land was probably best suited for another rarely used stadium.
The idea of "why not build a stadium?" originated when Marlins' owner Derek Jeter suggested during public comment that the waterfront property would be the perfect spot for a new new super deluxe Marlins Park.
"I believe a new stadium will revitalize the team and improve attendance to Marlins games in a way that the last stadium you gave us just hasn't been able to," said the former All-Star as he signed an autograph to several starstruck city officials.