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Ultra Europe 2019

  • Split, Croatia
  • 12-14 July 2019
  • EDM
  • Electronic
  • House
  • +1
Ultra Europe 2019
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Europe's infamous electronic music festival

Ultra Europe is the European edition of the worldwide dance music festival, taking place each summer in Croatia and showcasing the biggest names in EDM, house and techno.

The main festival takes over Split's historical Stadion Poljud, filling it with names such as David Guetta, Afrojack and Armin van Burren, while fireworks rise high into the sky and flags are waved relentlessly in what is possibly the most overwhelming production show going. 

Beyond the stadium, Ultra Europe also hosts a selection of other parties in what is know as Destination Ultra, including Ultra Beach on the island of Hvar, a Regatta beach party on Brač and a number of parties hosted by Resistance inside beach clubs and fortresses. 

All these come together to make Ultra Europe one of the key weeks in the continent's dance music calendar. 

Lineup

The 2019 lineup will be announced closer to the festival. The last edition included sets from Afrojack, David Guetta, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Carl Cox, Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, Alesso, Eric Prydz, Steve Angello and DJ Snake. 

Taking over the Croatia coastal town of Split, Ultra Europe's parties are split across its Main Stage in the Stadion Poljud, and a variety of smaller, but still epic events springing up on the town's beaches and aboard its boats.


Address

Stadion Poljud, Split, 21000, Croatia

FAQs

BY PLANE: Split Airport is an international airport, and is located west of the city. The journey along the coast from the airport should take around 30 minutes by bus.

BY TRAIN: Split train station is located in the centre of the city. If you plan to travel by train, you will most likely need to initially travel to Zagreb, and then catch a connecting service onto Split, which will take between 6-9 hours. 

BY CAR: If you are driving from Zagreb, follow highway A1 which runs between the two cities. The drive should take around 4 hours. 

Minimum age of entry is 18.

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