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Since 2012, Ultra Worldwide has hosted Road to Ultra events, which are single-day and single-stage festivals with some of the biggest names in dance music. Now, the festival giant dropped off three incredible lineups for the India, Taiwan and Hong Kong locations that are set to take place in September. Last year brought in around 350,000 fans to the Asia tour stops and Ultra looks to build upon that number this time around.

With the first ever installment in India, Ultra will be doing two shows in both Mumbai and New Delhi on September 7th and September 8th, respectively. The headliner for both of the shows is none other than The Chainsmokers, who are in the midst of their album tour and have already dominated the scene over the last year. The support for The Chainsmokers features some incredible acts such as Getter, Lost Kings, REZZ, Sam Feldt and Slushii along with additional support from Mykris, Raiden and Siana Catherine.

The next stop on Ultra Worldwide’s tour is Road to Ultra Taiwan on September 10th at the Da Jia Riverside Park for the very first time. The festival stepped it up slightly for Taiwan as they added two more headliners in Martin Garrix and Zedd alongside The Chainsmokers. Supporting acts feature some similar names from India such as Lost Kings, Sam Feldt and Slushii.

And finally on September 16th, Ultra Worldwide will land in Hong Kong and feature Hardwell, Kygo and Zedd as the three top acts as well as additional support from Getter, REZZ and Slushii. The venue at Nursery Park is set to feature a brand new layout and stage to make the experience even better than 2016.

Check out the full lineups and schedule for Ultra Worldwide in September below and let us know which Road to Ultra you are most excited for.

Road to ULTRA India Mumbai – September 7
Road To ULTRA India New Delhi – September 8
ULTRA China – September 9-10
Road To ULTRA Taiwan – September 10
ULTRA Beach Bali – September 14-15
Road To ULTRA Philippines – September 15
Road To ULTRA Hong Kong – September 16
ULTRA Japan – September 16-18



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