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Ultra Europe is set to return for its fourth year in Split and promises to build on its first three years to become even bigger and better and organisers expect more than 150,000 partygoers from around the world to attend the festival.

The Ultimate Destination Music Festival gathers all the heavyweights of electronic dance music, with more than 150 acts over 3 days and 4 stages. State-of-the-art sound systems, light shows and fireworks take the Ultranauts to an all­-encompassing journey across the spectrum of electronic music. 

The event will kick off on July 14 with an Opening Party at the brand new Giraffage Palm Beach Club in Split.

The party will then move to the main event from July 15-17, where over 150,000 fans are expected to flock to the impressive Poljud Stadium in Split to witness some of dance music’s most in-demand acts, including Afrojack, Alesso, Armin van Buren, Carl Cox, David Guetta, Hardwell, and Martin Garrix.

Following the festivities in Split, ULTRA Europe will then launch a one-off Yacht Regatta on July 18, which will transform Zlatini Rat Beach on the island of Brac into one of the coolest parties in Croatia this year.

The party will then move to the famed island of Hvar for the fourth edition of ULTRA Beach and will welcome over 5,000 people to the now-legendary event at the Hotel Amfora Grand Beach Resort. Headlining will be Don Diablo and Robin Schulz.

The festival will close on July 20 at the Fort George site on the island of Vis.

The first edition of the festival was attended by 70,000 people, the second by 150,000 from over 80 countries and the third attracted over 180,000 lovers of electronic music.

The event is supported by the Croatian Tourism Ministry, the National Board of Tourism and the City of Split.

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