A whole slew of dates have been confirmed for ULTRA’s upcoming mega year in Asia. The festival giant has a whopping 9 shows in the region and will host some impressive headliners like Sasha & Digweed as well as a Pendulum live show. It also recently announced a first foray into India as well as the debut of Ultra China in Shanghai. Here are the announcements:
- Road to ULTRA New Delhi will take place on September 8 at the India Exposition Mart in Greater Noida.
- Both Road To ULTRA Taiwan and Road to ULTRA Philippines return for their third year and will take place on September 10 and September 15 respectively. Da Jia Riverside Park in Taipei will host the Taiwan leg but the Manila show has not yet been announced.
- Road to ULTRA Hong Kong will return to Nursery Park in West Kowloon Cultural District for round two on September 16. The site size, ground, stages and overall experience are all said to be upgraded and expanded this year.
- ULTRA Korea confirms bass music legends Pendulum in their second wave of acts as well as GTA, Ty Dolla $ign, Klingande, ANNA, Carlo Lio and more. See the full line-up below.
The full calendar for Ultra Asia 2017 looks like this and note that the * denotes that there will be RESISTANCE events.
ULTRA Korea: June 10-11 at Olympic Stadium, Seoul *
ULTRA Singapore: June 10-11 at ULTRA Park, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore *
Road to ULTRA India (New Delhi): September 8 at India Exposition Mart, Greater Noida, New Delhi
ULTRA China: September 9-10, Shanghai *
Road to ULTRA Taiwan: September 10 at Da Jia Riverside Park, Taipei
Road to ULTRA Philippines: September 15
Road to ULTRA Hong Kong: September 16 at Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District
ULTRA Japan: September 16-18 at Tokyo Odaiba Ultra Park, Tokyo *
ULTRA Beach Bali: September 2017 *
ULTRA Music Festival ambitiously entered Asia in recent years, cranking out a whopping eight-city tour of the region this past year with 6 of them happening within a 10-day period. More than 350,000 festivalgoers attended events in Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Bali, Hong Kong, The Philippines and Japan, with 120,000 descending upon Tokyo's Odaiba ULTRA Park alone over the course 3 days. That's not too far off from Ultra's flagship event in Miami that sees 165,000 (55k per day) also over 3 days. The Singaporean leg saw over 45,000 revelers across two days last year.