For its 8th year, Africa’s largest electronic music festival Ultra South Africa, will finally return in 2023 after a three-year break.
- The biggest electronic music event in South Africa is making a highly anticipated comeback.
- In March 2023, Ultra South Africa will return with louder music, more notable performers, extravagant pyrotechnics, and other improvements.
- Tickets go on sale on September 23.
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The Ultra South Africa 2023 events will take place in Cape Town on March 10 at Kenilworth Racecourse and in Johannesburg on March 11 at the Expo Centre Nasrec, with tickets ranging from R650 all the way up to R5000 for VVIP access.
Names of the artists who will be part of the Ultra South Africa 2023 line-up are currently unknown.
Many of the most famous DJs, producers, and live acts in the world have performed at Ultra festivals over more than 20 years, in 26 cities and 29 nations, including Argentina, Australia, Brasil, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, and many others. Russell Faibisch, CEO, Chairman, and Executive Producer of the Ultra Music Festival, founded it in Miami in 1997. He started by producing electronic music events, which led to the first Ultra Music Festival, which took place on the sands of Miami Beach in 1999, and since, has been named the world’s best music festival by DJ Mag.
Tickets go on sale on September 23 at 8am only on the Ultra South Africa website.
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