Last weekend saw the seventh edition of Ultra Europe come and go, marking another milestone year for the Split, Croatia iteration of the iconic Miami, Florida festival. Accompanying the news that the event drew upwards of 120,000 revelers is the official on-sale for tickets to the 2020 edition.
Despite a change of locations that left some of the EDM community skeptical about the 2019 edition of the event, Park Mladeži afforded organizers the opportunity to expand in size and scale - and looks to do so for years to come. In addition to notable sets by such acts as NGHTMRE, SLANDER, Armin van Buuren and The Chainsmokers, Swedish House Mafia delivered perhaps the most highly anticipated performance of the weekend to close out the festival.
Ultra Music Festival inaugurated in 1999 at Collins Park in Miami Beach before relocating to Bayfront Park in mainland Miami, where it's taken place for most of its lifetime. The brand has also expanded to include gatherings in such countries as Brazil, South Africa, Singapore and Taiwan. Following this year's relocation to Virginia Key, the flagship event's 2020 location still remains a topic of discussion between festival organizers and local lawmakers.
The 2020 edition of Ultra Europe will take place from July 10th-12th. At the time of writing, a limited number of tickets are available on the event website.
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