It’s official — Ultra Europe is switching locations.
With two weeks to go, it’s been confirmed that the music festival is moving venues, from Poljud Stadium to Park Mladeži. Not only for this installment, but for the next four years. From the sounds of it, this gives the iconic event more room to develop and expand the concept in ways not otherwise possible.
Joe Bašić, director of MPG Live, the official organizer of the festival reveals in a statement:
At this point, I can confirm that the ULTRA Europe Festival will be held at the Park Mladeži stadium for the next four years. The new location is more spacious and larger and will allow for the further development of the festival and better visitor experience. The agreement was reached in cooperation with the City of Split and the Public Institution ‘Split Sports Facilities’, and I believe that we will jointly develop the Park Mladeži into a leading sport and event location in the region. We are opening a new chapter of the ULTRA Europe festival, which will continue to generate many positive changes in the music industry, Croatian tourism, and economy in the coming years.
Ultra Europe goes down July 12 – 14, 2019. The 7th edition of the music festival features a special performance from Swedish House Mafia, as well as other big name acts including Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, DJ Snake, Rezz, Tchami x Malaa and many more.
See the official statement from Ultra Europe below:
In order to better accommodate the record-breaking number of attendees this year and in order to upgrade your on-site…