With less than 2 months until Ultra Korea opens the gates for its landmark 5th edition, the largest electronic music festival in Korea’s history now announces its incredible Phase Two lineup.

Set to run for three days this 10th – 12th June in Seoul, Ultra Korea has pulled out all the stops for Phase Two, with the likes of Chase and Status (Live), deadmau5, Knife Party and Rabbit in the Moon (Live) now added to an already staggering list of Phase One headliners, that includes Afrojack, Avicii, Axwell^Ingrosso, and Martin Garrix.

Ultra Korea 2016 Phase Two Lineup

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All of these global superstars will be bringing their one-of-a-kind performances to Korea, with an incredible 5 headliners making debuts at the festival.

To add to the headliners, international support for Phase Two comes from Fedde Le Grand, Jauz, Netsky (Live) and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, with regional support from some of Asia’s most exciting up and coming talent such as Justin Oh, Ksuke and Raiden.

Fresh off playing 3 times at Ultra Music Festival in March, deadmau5 will grace the Ultra Korea Main Stage for the first time, as he prepares to bring his unrivalled brand of electronic music to Korean Ultranauts.

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Source: runthetrap.com

Joining him will be Knife Party, who return for the second year in a row having rocked Seoul back in 2015. Additionally, Chase and Status, 2 icons of the drum and bass scene, are set to perform their cherished hits on the LIVE Stage, whilst legendary outfit, Rabbit in the Moon, who performed at the very first Ultra Music Festival back in 1999, are guaranteed to put on a true showcase during what will be their debut performance in the country.

Lauded by MTV Asia as the “go-to EDM Festival in Asia”, over one hundred thousand people are expected to attend ULTRA Korea across the 3 days this June. With both Early Bird and Advance Sale tickets having already sold out, fans will have to move fast in order to snap up the General Admission 3-day combo Tier 1 tickets that are now available, priced at 220,000 KRW for residents in Korea and 220 USD for those based overseas. Get your tickets here.

With a Phase Three set to be announced very soon, and with set times and more still to be revealed, the 5th edition of ULTRA Korea is shaping up to be its biggest yet.

For more information, visit the Ultra Korea website or Facebook page.

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