Ultra Australia Celebrate Another Successful Double Show

Ultra Australia just concluded their 2020 campaign with a brilliant and thrilling show in both Sydney and Melbourne. Taking place March 7th and 8th, the acts played a back to back show in the states.

With COVID-19 cancelling basically all events around the world, Ultra Australia took place just in time and may be the last major festival to take place for the foreseeable future. This is also the case with the Ultra franchise – Ultra Abu Dhabi was cancelled just a week before and then the flagship event in Miami was official canned. Ultra Europe is coming up in July and there is no certainty that will go ahead.

As observable below, not just the music was amazing but the production and stage design was immaculate. The fireworks, the pyro, the fire – all created an incredible festival experience.

Tens of thousands turned up for acts such as DJ Snake, Eric Prydz, Dash Berlin, Afrojack, Zedd, Markus Schulz, GAMMER, Deborah De Luca, Eats Everything, CIREZ D and more across three stages.

It’s very hard to choose a highlight set throughout the day, each act was diverse enough from each over for a good spread of music. DJ Snake closed both days with massive tunes and an epic closing of the day.

We cannot wait for COVID-19 to pass and for events to get going again, including Ultra Australia 2021!


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