Ultra Europe will take place in Split, 14th to 16th July 2017.
About Ultra Europe
Part of the famous Ultra brand that hosts events all over the world, Ultra Europe first burst onto the Croatian festival scene several years ago with some massive club names appearing on the bill. In the last few years, the festival has seen up to 150,000 party-goers from all over the world descend on Split and go crazy over the three days the event takes place. Ultra Europe returns to Split for its fifth year in 2017, with plenty of exciting events planned.
Ultra Europe evolved from the Ultra Music Festival in Miami that’s played host to some of the biggest names on the dance music scene for over a decade and a half.
Some of the names on the bill in previous years have included The Chemical Brothers, David Guetta, Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Afrojack and Alesso, – see, what did we say about big names? It’s still too early for the 2017 line-up to be revealed, but watch this space…we’re sure it’s going to be a good one!
The festival takes place in Poljud Stadium, which is famously football club Hajduk Split’s home – so you know it’s going to attract a big crowd.
Although the core of the festival takes place in Poljud stadium over the three days, there’s normally plenty of accompanying parties that stretch out the festival to a full week. These include an opening party in Split and after-parties on some of the best known Dalmatian islands of Hvar, Brac and Vis.
Take a look at this stunning official after-movie of Ultra Europe 2014 to get a feel for the festival:
Getting to Split
Getting to Split…couldn’t be easier! There are many flights from the UK to Split during the summer months, with air links from numerous other European cities as well. See our Getting to Split page for details of all of these – and do also check out our special Getting to and from Split Airport page to see how to travel from the airport to the city itself.
The event’s organisers also have a special transfers and accommodation site at www.travel2ultra.com.
Tickets and Accommodation for Ultra Europe
Early-bird tickets are still available, priced at €149 (plus bf) for regular tickets for the 3-day event, or €329 (plus bf) for VIP tickets. Single-day VIP tickets are priced at €149.
It is also possible to purchase ticket + camping combo tickets, which cost €209/€229/€239 for early birds.
Accommodation-wise, there’s plenty of options whether you want to camp, stay in a hostel, or stay in a hotel in Split. Do take a look at our Accommodation in Split page for listings of all types of accommodation in the city.