Ultra Singapore Tag

Ultra Worldwide has completed the first four shows of it's Asia Tour in Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing and it was a massive success, showcasing some of the best electronic music to the rapidly growing fanbase in Asian countries. Ultra Live’s internationally celebrated live stream, presented by UMF TV aw over 10 million viewers tune in to the Singapore feed around the world, smashing previous records

With the summer festival season just around the corner, lineups are beginning to be released left and right. Two of Asia's largest electronic music festivals, Ultra Singapore and Ultra Korea, both released their Phase 1 lineups for their June 10th & 11th dates. The two festivals will feature some of the biggest names in electronic music today. Storming the main stage

Last weekend (Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th September), Ultra festival took place in the South East of Asia, in the country of Singapore. The festival hosted a variety of incredible acts over two star studded days, including Deadmau5, DJ Snake, Marshmello and Kygo. Among the line-up was the mighty Axwell and we've been fortunate enough to get hold of a full clip of his set for

Ultra Music Festival's Singapore edition just wrapped up its first day events and deadmau5 closed out the night in supreme fashion. The Canadian dance deity delivered a set packed with classic deadmau5 music alongside some fresh unreleased material. Almost every tune in the set-list has Joel Zimmerman's name on it making it an hour long journey of some pure electronic

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

Ultra Singapore's debut in 45 days already has its continental fans at tipping point. The prospect of Ultra Worldwide, arguably the worlds premiere music festival spanning continents, countries and borders, setting up camp in one of the worlds most dynamic and vibrant cities, is a prospect that would get anyone excited. With the announcement of its line-up, comes the next wave

Seventeen years later and the ULTRA Worldwide machine is still growing! Having already hosted ULTRA Korea, and Road To Ultra events in Macau and Thailand this month, the Ultra brand has continued its crusade as the worlds leading festival facilitator.Taking place on September 26th later this year, Road to ULTRA Philippines will host thousands of adoring fans in Manila at