Celebrating the 15th anniversary of Miami’s Ultra Music Festival, organizers have announced plans to extend the electronic-oriented music event.

Tickets officially go on sale October 17 for the event, which will take place March 15-17, and then again March 22-24. Originally, the festival took place during one set weekend.

The move follows the ranks of other large music festivals, like the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival in Indio, California, which expanded to two repeat weekends earlier this year.

There’s no word on who will be performing at the event this year yet. Last year, mega-DJs David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Kaskade, and Avicii were among the more well-known figures to perform, as well as Madonna, who showed up┬ásurprisingly┬áduring Avicii’s set asking, “Has anyone here seen Molly?”

Tickets for last year’s event sold out in record time, according to promoters, and early bird tickets sold out in under ten minutes. The festival will take place during Miami Music Week in Bayfront Park.

Check out the teaser from last year’s ‘Ultra’ below: