Ultra South Africa Reveals Epic Phase One Line Up For 2020, Tickets On Sale Now

In February 2020, Ultra South Africa will make its triumphant return for its 7th edition. The festival takes place across two cities and is a flagship for the region and one of the Ultra franchises longest-running editions outside of the USA. It is without a doubt the biggest event in the region’s calendar for electronic music.

Touching down in Cape Town on 28th and Johannesburg on the 29th, Ultra South Africa introduces us to a stacked phase one line up including Afrojack, DJ Snake, Dash Berlin, Jamie Jones, Steve Aoki and hometown hero Black Coffee.

The phase one artists provide a good mix of genres, allowing the excitement to build in a range of different fans. From house to trance to big room to trap, it is all covered at South Africa, it will surely diversify further when the next artists are announced.

With Ultra Australia and Abu Dhabi taking place a week later, it would not be surprising to see some of these names cross over to these other events.

With many more names still to be announced as well as new products and stages, the festival is one you won’t want to miss. Tier 1 tickets already sold out, you can now grab Tier 2 GA for R650 and VIP for R1250.

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