Following Avicii’s heartfelt declaration that he will no longer be touring after 2016, Ultra Music Festival has announced that the Swedish megastar will be headlining “Road to ULTRA Thailand” in what may be his last ever performance in the country.

Fellow superstar Martin Garrix – now one of the undisputed kings of the electronic music scene and an Ultra family favourite – will return to headline alongside Avicii at RTU Thailand, having played at the debut edition of the event back in 2014.

Road to Ultra Thailand


After a riotous performance at Ultra Music Festival, Jauz is the name on everybody’s lips at the moment and will join the lineup in support. Championed by tastemakers such as Skrillex and Diplo, the Los Angeles native is unquestionably one of the fastest rising stars of the electronic movement right now and is set to put on a show like no other in Bangkok, for what will be his first ever performance in Asia.

Additional support comes from Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano.

Road to Ultra Thailand 2015

The international stars will be ably supported by regional favourites such as Ninegod, Skinny Mark, and Zuper L.

Taking place on 11th June, “Road to ULTRA Thailand” is upping the stakes in 2016, as it prepares to welcome thousands of Ultranauts back into the BITEC Convention Centre in Bangkok once more.

Watch the “Road to ULTRA Thailand” 2015 recap below:

With General Admission Early Bird Tier 1 tickets for RTU Thailand already sold out, only a limited number of Tier 2 tickets remain on sale at 2500 THB. All tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis and are available exclusively at


For VVIP Table requests, please fill out the form here.

For more information, hit up ULTRA Thailand’s Facebook page.

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