World-renowned EDM festival brand Ultra Worldwide have just announced the first wave of artists who will be gracing the stage at the 2020 edition of Ultra Australia. The festival has brought out the big guns, as is to be expected from this mammoth production.
Topping the bill are some of EDM's biggest acts, including DJ Snake, Eric Prydz, Zedd, and Afrojack - household names that plenty of EDM fans will be happy to see on the lineup. Also included is the return of Dash Berlin, the newly rebranded Jeffrey Sutorius project that's revitalized the name after the original trio disbanded.
Support includes techno and house acts like electronic music veteran UMEK and Italian star Deborah De Luca. Prydz will also be doubling down at the festival, performing on the RESISTANCE stage as his techno-centric alter ego Cirez D. Luciano will also headline the techno and house stage.
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Ultra Australia takes place over two days and in two cities. On Saturday, March 7th, the Sydney event is held at Parramatta Park. On Sunday, March 8th, the festival takes over Melbourne at the Flemington Racecourse.
Tickets for Ultra Australia are available now and can be found here. The second phase of artist announcements is on the way.