The authorized battle over which digital music pageant gets to play Virginia Key will resume after Rapture Electronic Music Pageant submitted an amended lawsuit towards Extremely Music Pageant outlining specific allegations that Extremely and Miami’s authorities broke anti-belief laws.
After throwing out Rapture’s initial lawsuit and granting one probability to amend the document, U.S. District Courtroom Decide Ursula Ungaro accepted the revised go well with Tuesday and set a courtroom date on March 22 for attorneys to debate how the lawsuit will proceed in federal courtroom.
Rapture is asking the courtroom for an injunction to stop Extremely from staging its occasion, scheduled for March 29-31 at two venues on the island: Virginia Key Seashore Park and the lot outdoors Miami Marine Stadium. The town of Miami and certainly one of its semi-autonomous businesses, the Virginia Key Seashore Park Belief, are also named as defendants.
The March 22 hearing, scheduled simply seven days before the first day of Extremely, is a planning and scheduling meeting. By March 8, attorneys from all sides are anticipated to confer and write a detailed report with an anticipated timeline and schedule for a trial.
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The decide has not granted the injunction, which means Extremely and the town can proceed planning and permitting the pageant. Representatives from Ultra declined to remark for this story.
“The town of Miami will continue to ensure Ultra meets all necessities set…