Ultra Worldwide continues to produce unparalleled electronic music events around the globe, this week announcing the return of ULTRA South Africa in addition to revealing lineups for both ULTRA Beach Bali and RESISTANCE Bali.
South Africa will host a two-day affair on Friday, March 10, and Saturday, March 11, 2023, taking place in Cape Town and Johannesburg, respectively. This announcement reaffirms Ultra Worldwide’s celebrated distinction as the most international music festival brand, boasting active events on all 6 inhabited continents.
On Friday, March 10, 2023, ULTRA South Africa will welcome attendees into its new Cape Town venue, the Kenilworth Racecourse. The conveniently located and beautifully designed Kenilworth Racecourse is home to some of Cape Town’s most iconic events, and organizers will transform this space into a fantastic festival fantasyland. From the jaw-dropping main stage set-up to the magnetic RESISTANCE experience, Kenilworth Racecourse venue is the perfect setting for an expansive outdoor festival like this.
Then, on Saturday, March 11, 2023, ULTRA South Africa will make its way over to Johannesburg and the iconic Expo Centre at Nasrec, which will host the festival for the eighth time.
The last iteration in South Africa in 2020 brought 50,000 ecstatic partygoers together for an unforgettable festival experience featuring world-renowned artists like Afrojack, Black Coffee, DJ Snake, Steve Aoki and more. Creative production company Final Kid captured the magic in their ULTRA South Africa 2020 Aftermovie, which premiered today via Youtube.
ULTRA Beach Bali
ULTRA Beach Bali also unveiled its lineup for the festival’s fourth edition. The event will take place Thursday, September 29 – Friday, September 30. Headliners include Afrojack, Alesso, John Summit, KSHMR, and Oliver Heldens.