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Ultra Korea just revealed Phase 3 of their lineup, completing the announcement of all performers that will play its eighth annual edition in Seoul. The artists announced in Phase 2 included Skrillex, Virtual Self and Martin Garrix, as well as Jamie Jones, Art Department, Eats Everything, and Josh Wink on the RESISTANCE stage. With the new additions, Ultra Korea just shaped up to have one of it's strongest lineups yet. 

Added headliners include Knife Party and Underworld. Fans will also experience performances by the likes of Eats Everything and Hot Since 82, Infected Mushroom LIVE, NGHTMRE, Kayzo and Zeds Dead, as well as surprisingly enough: rapper YG. A strong addition to the lineup are Swedish House Mafia, who will be closing off the festival on Sunday. 

Ultra Korea also announced a new venue for this year's edition, moving from Jamsil's Olympic Stadium to AMG Speedway in Yongin. A matter of days ago, the flagship Ultra Music Festival also announced that they will be relocating from Virginia Key in 2020, adding that they're in the process of finalizing new South Florida location rumored to be Homestead Miami Speedway

For the full lineup, visit Ultra Korea's website here

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