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BREAKING: ULTRA Australia announce 2020 cities & dates

ULTRA Australia is gearing up to return even bigger in 2020!

Ultra Music Festival Australia

Continuing on its course for global domination, ULTRA Australia will return to Sydney and Melbourne in March 2020.

ULTRA Worldwide – the largest international music festival brand – announced that ULTRA Australia will be taking place at Parramatta Park in Sydney on Saturday March 7, 2020 and Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne on Sunday March 8, 2020, on the public holiday weekend in Victoria.

Having delivered an epic Road To ULTRA in Melbourne last year and two full-fledged festivals in Sydney and Melbourne earlier this year, ULTRA Australia is undoubtedly now one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the Aussie festival calendar!

Next year’s edition is shaping up to be its best yet, with 50,000 attendees expected across both the Sydney and Melbourne festivals.

“The iconic Ultra Music Festival remains the biggest and most successful music festival brand in the world. Together with the global team, we strive to deliver a unique, first-class music festival experience with stand-out production at premier venues. We are excited to bring ULTRA Australia back in 2020,” ULTRA Australia Project Manager – Travis Grech said.

ULTRA’s colossal mainstage and Resistance stage will return in 2020, welcoming some of the biggest names in the scene right now.

Get ready to experience an entire day of mind-blowing music, hands in the air action and unforgettable highlights. Festival-goers from all across Australia will join forces and party like never before.

Stay tuned for the huge lineup announcement and head to ULTRA Australia online for first access to the lowest-cost tickets.

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