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Ultra Music Festival takes over Africa
Internationally renowned in the electronic music circuit, Ultra Music Festival was born in Miami and has since travelled the world, spreading its euphoric waves to Croatia, Argentina, Brazile, Chile, Ibiza and Korea.
It was only a matter of time before this unbeatable gathering came to visit South Africa, and after a standout inaugural edition last year, Ultra South Africa is back again, promising another supreme experience.
Absorb yourself in high quality sounds from the hottest EDM names in the planet, whilst on stage dancers, fireworks and all kinds of pyrotechnics combine to match the audio experience with the visual high.
Party under the sun and starry sky as the nearby ocean air cools you down throughout your non-stop raving! Prepare to have sore arms as every build up and drop commands your hands into the air!
Main Stage (Cape Town)
Main Stage (Johannesburg
My Backyard vs Nicci Beach
- Royal K vs Saubomb
- Rocca & Martini
- Bobstar Delux vs Pat Le Funk
- De La Swing b2b Marc Maya b2b Toni Varga
- Tashy D'Agrela vs Lady Lea
- Pretty Filthy
- Kyle Worde vs Vimo
- Kyle Cassim vs Essential Groove
- Miami J's
- House Knights
- Krazyboy SA vs DJ Bhavs
- Mary Jane
- Chunda Munki
Taking place over two days, Ultra South Afica happens in Cape Town - the "Mother City" of South Africa. Day 1 takes place in the vast outdoor space of Cape Town Ostrich Farm, whereas Day 2 takes place in the amphitheatre of Johannesburg's Expo Centre near Nasrec.
Cape Town Ostrich Farm, Van Schoorsdrif Road Philadelphia, Cape Town, Off N7, Südafrika
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You must be 18 or over to attend the event and purchase alcohol or tobacco products. We highly recommend bringing your ID as well, as you will be checked on the door and in the venue grounds too.
Cape Town International Airport is the second largest airport in South Africa with multiple flights coming from various locations. From there many people choose to use the "MyCiti" airport bus to the city centre. One way will cost you R57 and they arrive and depart every 20 minutes.
For Johannesburg you will need O.R Tambo International Airport, the busiest in Africa and South Africa's largest. Licensed taxis are always out front with a yellow TAXI sign on the roof and are often the cheapest option to get from the airport. Do NOT go anywhere with anyone offering you a taxi while you are walking through the airport as they may be illicit cab drivers who often charge more.
Like many major cities Cape Town has had it's fair share of crime, however if you plan your trip well you should be fine. Many would recommend travelling in large groups, seeking out travel advice from a local township resident, avoding travelling alone or at night, and perhaps doing some research of the district you will be staying in before you go.
Johannesburg has high crime levels, however again if you keep your wits about you, you should be fine. Try to blend in and not look like a tourist displaying your valuables, and while the large prevalence of security and guards around might take some getting used to, them as well as local police or hotel staff, are always on hand to give advice on transport and locations.
In 2014, 15,000 attended the Cape Town event whereas 25,000 attended the Johannesburg date.
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