ULTRA Australia


ULTRA Australia

ULTRA Australia will return to Sydney on Saturday 5 March 2022, and unveiled Phase 1 of the festival's star-studded lineup.

The Phase 1 roster welcomes a plethora of internationally-renowned DJs who rank in the Top 10 of the 2021 DJ Mag Top 100 to perform across two stages - the mammoth Main Stage, and the hub of underground sounds RESISTANCE Stage.

Headliners include ULTRA Australia fan-favourite ‚ÄčAfrojack, who will return to the Main Stage following his dynamic 2020 set, as well as multi-platinum selling superstar Alesso, Dutch future house innovator Oliver Heldens, and stadium-smashing Grammy-nominee Steve Aoki.

The Main Stage will also host performances by Armada Music flag-bearer Andrew Rayel, Belgian hardstyle virtuoso Coone, Canadian vocal-driven hit-maker Frank Walker, Billboard chart-topper Sam Feldt, and Australia's own Melbourne-Bounce pioneer Will Sparks. On the RESISTANCE Stage, Italian powerhouse Deborah De Luca will mesmerize revellers with her hard-hitting techno cuts. 

ULTRA Australia takes pride in creating an all-encompassing entertainment experience for fans. Get down on the dance floor with the ULTRA Angels, relax in the designated, shaded 'chill out' areas, enjoy culinary delights from a vast array of food trucks, and taste cocktails from the various bars stationed throughout the festival grounds. 

Bespoke VVIP packages for high-roller festival-goers are also available for those looking to further elevate their ULTRA Australia experience, and include private furnished booths with full-service food and beverage offerings, as well as the best seats in the house with unobstructed views of the Main Stage. Helicopter rides and car transfers can also be arranged for the ultimate day out.

ULTRA Australia will take place at Sidney Myer Music Bowl & Kings Domain in Melbourne on Saturday, 5 March 2022.

Stay tuned for ULTRA Australia's Phase 2 lineup, which promises to deliver even more top-drawer talent.

Tickets are on sale here. With limited capacity, patrons are encouraged to secure their spot quickly.


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