In a few weeks, Ultra‘s prolific Asian editions are set to be the highlight end to a busy summer festival season. Both Ultra Japan and Singapore are indicators for the resumption of Ultra’s worldwide domination. This year, the Holy Grail of all festivals has already held two events on the Asian continent in Korea and Thailand, and is ready for their second run this year.
For almost 2 decades now, Ultra has shaped the electronic dance scene year after year, and is not settling for less. After its successful debut in Singapore last year, the event is becoming a full scale two-day event this year, taking place on September 10th and 11th.
The festival has just released the official Phase 2 announcement that includes an array of dazzling talents that even satisfy the most demanding electronic fans. It comes as surprise that despite its only second edition, nearly every electronic genre is represented here. From Above & Beyond to Marshmello, Alesso to Technasia, Axwell /\ Ingrosso to Zhu, Kygo and Deadmau5, Ultra Singapore is sure to establish itself as a big hit after this years edition.
Ultra’s Japanese expansion enters its third year as one of the premier destination festivals in the world. For three days in September, the iconic festival brand will host a global crowd in Japan’s capital Tokyo. From September 17th to the 19th, this summer’s festival will feature an unprecedented and already anticipated live set from Deadmau5, as well as tried-and-tested performances from Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Tiesto, DJ Snake and many more. With the Phase 2 announcement, Japan has raised the bar by adding headliners such as Kygo, Knife Party, Dubfire and Zhu as well as supporting acts like Galantis, Fedde Le Grand, Carnage, W&W, Jauz and many more to their already satisfying offering.
Ultra’s Resistance concept will also be making an appearance, led by SCI+TEC label boss Dubfire alongside the likes of Art Deparment, Nic Fanculli, Technasia and many more.