Having announced plans to upgrade to a full-scale, two-day festival earlier in the year, Ultra Singapore now pulls back the curtain on 2 of the biggest surprises in store for its inaugural edition, taking place on 10th and 11th September 2016.

Ultra Singapore will be moving to an exclusive and brand new outdoor venue, situated right in the heart of The Lion City.

Ultra Singapore Ultra Park

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Positioned across from the Marina Bay Sands (where the one-day “Road To Ultra Singapore” event was held in 2015) at 1 Bayfront Avenue, Ultra Singapore will be the first music event of its kind to ever take place at this stunning location, as they prepare to transform the on-site field into a festival site of unparalleled production.

In another first for the country, organisers have also secured the rights to rename the waterfront venue “ULTRA Park” throughout the duration of the event, which will run from 12pm to 10:30pm across both days.

None other than deadmau5 has been confirmed as the first name to play Ultra Singapore, as he prepares to take part in a one-of-a-kind Ultra Worldwide tour that will see the Canadian play at Ultra events in Singapore, Korea, Croatia, Taiwan, and Japan across remainder of the year.

The similarities between Ultra Singapore and its Miami counterpart don’t stop at their unique downtown Bayfront locations either.

In addition, this year will see Ultra Singapore host 3 of the brand’s most beloved stages, in the form of the MAIN, LIVE, and RESISTANCE™ Stages. In fact, Singapore will become only the 3rd country to host an Ultra Live Stage, following the pioneering footsteps of the flagship event in Miami and most recently, Ultra Korea.

Advance Tier 1 tickets priced at $160 USD are now on sale. Premium General Admission tickets, giving attendees access to dedicated entry lanes, restrooms and more, are also available priced at $185 USD.

Road To Ultra Singapore

Both tiers of Early Bird tickets sold out almost instantly upon going on sale and with a full Phase One Lineup on its way soon, fans will have to move fast in order to secure their place at the debut edition of Ultra Singapore.

Go here to get your tickets.

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

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