Road to ULTRA Your Next Big Party

[30/04/15] 

Music festivals are a whole lot of fun, but for all of us based in Hong Kong, enjoying one of these epic events usually means travelling pretty far from home.

 Whether it’s Coachella, Burning Man, Glastonbury or Parklife, getting to one of these big-name parties means getting on a plane. And then you have ULTRA. Probably the biggest festival name on the electro scene, the ULTRA brand is perhaps best known for its Miami event, held in March each year. And yes, it’s another big event that requires a plane ticket.

Luckily, ULTRA Worldwide, the global brand of ULTRA Music Festival, is making it a little easier to get to a world-class electro music event. Road to ULTRA Macau will kick off at 8pm on Saturday, June 13, at Macau’s hottest venue, Club Cubic. Headlining the show are 2ManyDJs, the Belgian brothers known for their wild mashups; DVBBS, the Canadian dance music duo famed for their international hit, Tsunami; Porter Robinson, the 22-year-old electro/house DJ who’s worked with Skrillex and Tiesto and played Coachella and Lollapalooza; and Nicky Romero, the Dutch DJ known for his viral hit, Toulouse. Early bird tickets are already sold out, but advanced tickets are available at HK$680 before May 15. A limited number of VIP tickets are also available at HK$1,280 until June 9, and include priority entry, access to the VIP area, and ULTRA accessories.

Of course a real VIP would skip the ferry and book a chopper.


 Road to ULTRA Macau
www.roadtroultra.com


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