Just weeks before the festival, Ultra Europe has been forced to relocate. With the record-breaking attendance, they received last year, local authorities and Croatian government agencies stepped in to enforce the venue change. The festival will be moving from Poljud Stadium to Mladeži Park, less than a kilometer away.
The new site will accommodate at least 165,000 attendees throughout the weekend, with an additional 30000m² of park space available for future years. It also allows for a larger main stage than ever before, and other technical and logistical enhancements not previously available at our prior location.
Ultra Europe took to social media to release the official statement.
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Ultra Europe inaugurated in 2013 and featured talent like Armin van Buuren, Hardwell and Avicii.
This year's festival will be headlined by the legendary Swedish House Mafia. They will be joined by Above & Beyond, Alesso, The Chainsmokers, Carl Cox, NGHTMRE + SLANDER, Rezz, Steve Aoki, and many more. Check out the full lineup here.
Ultra Music Festival will run from July 12th-14th. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the event website.