Now set to take place across a total of four days, ULTRA South Africa will be held at The West Coast Ostrich Ranch, Cape Town on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February, and at Nasrec Expo Centre, Johannesburg on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th February, 2016.
For loyal ULTRA South Africa fans that have already purchased Early Bird tickets for the Cape Town outing, they will be rewarded for that loyalty and can enjoy a double day pass for the same, previously single day, ticket!
- When: Friday 26th & Saturday 27th of FEBRUARY 2016
- Where: Nasrec Expo Center, Johannesburg
- When: Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of February 2016
- Where: West Coast Ostrich Ranch
- Tickets: (Do not include camping, those details to follow in weeks to come)
- GA 2-day Combo* – Advanced price: R1000, Full Price: R1250
- VIP 2-day Combo* – Advanced Price: R1500, Full Price: R2000
*One ticket purchase grants access for the 2-day festival of choice (Cape Town or Johannesburg)
ABOUT ULTRA SOUTH AFRICA
Ultra Music Festival, the World’s Premier Electronic Music event, is an internationally renowned event that was launched in 1999 in Miami, Florida.
2014 saw Ultra expand into nine countries and five continents; one of which was Africa. The inaugural Ultra South Africa was brought to the country by Electric Music. Ultra South Africa took place on 14th and 15th February 2014 in Cape Town and Johannesburg respectively, attracting a total of 40, 000 dance music lovers to party with the hottest lineup seen in the country at that time; including Tiësto, Krewella, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Blasterjaxx, Afrojack and more, as well as a host of local names including DJs Fresh and Euphonik, Black Coffee and Goldfish. In total 9 internationals and over 100 local acts played the multiple stages to crowds that partied for over 12 hours in each city. Ultra South Africa 2015 attracted in excess of 50, 000 dance fans through its doors to see a selection of the world’s most in-demand international DJs and producers, including Armin Van Buuren, Axwell^Ingrosso, DVBBS, Gorgon City, Hardwell, Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens. These global superstars were supported by a handful of South Africa’s very finest local talent, including Black Coffee, Euphonik, DJ Fresh and Goldfish, all of whom performed across stages powered by some of the world’s biggest and most advanced production.