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Ultra Australia Unveil 2020 Lineup

For their third year, Ultra Australia unveil a stacked first phase for their 2020 integration. Now taking place March 7th in Sydney and March 8th in Melbourne, the festival is expected to draw crowds upwards of 40,000. 

The lineup this year consists of a range of talents, leaning into the commercial side of dance music whilst including underground names to balance it out.

HEADLINERS

AFROJACK
CIREZ D
DJ SNAKE
ERIC PRYDZ
LUCIANO
THE RETURN OF DASH BERLIN
ZEDD

SUPPORTED BY

MARKUS SCHULZ
DEBORAH DE LUCA
EATS EVERYTHING
UMEK

REGIONAL SUPPORT

GAMMER
SUNSET BROS
TIGERLILY


Teased by himself last week, it’s now official that Eric Prydz will return to Australia for Ultra Australia. He will also perform under his Cirez D moniker, likely on the Resistance stage.

Another huge name in the list is DJ Snake, the Frenchman has not graced the shores of Australia for some time – now he’s back with a bang.

Grammy award winning Zedd is also an act who has not been down under for a notable time, now he’ll bring his electrifying sets and music that has amassed some unfathomable streaming numbers to Melbourne and Sydney in March. 


Rounding out the headliners is Dash Berlin, after a struggle with the behind the scenes members, Dash Berlin is back as a fresh solo project by frontman Jeffrey Sutorius. He’ll be delivering the best trance anthems to the Ultra crowd.

Afrojack is set to make a return to Ultra Australia, after playing the original Road to Ultra: Australia event back in 2018 – the Dutch talent is returning with his energy packed sets and banging records.

For the underground lovers, additional acts include; Luciano, Deborah De Luca, Eats Everything and UMEK to round out the phase-1 announcement.

Ultra Australia have strengthened their already solid lineup with phase 2, consisting of Gammer, Markus Schulz, Tigerlily, Sunset Bros and a massive amount of support acts.

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