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Paris Hilton Heading To Hvar

Famous US socialite and heiress Paris Hilton has announced that she will head to Hvar this summer to attend the world’s premier electronic music festival Ultra Music Festival, which will be held for the first time on the spectacular Croatian island.

Ultra Europe will be held at two venues, on 12-13 July at Split’s Poljud Stadium, and on 14 July at the Hotel Amfora Grand Beach Resort on the island of Hvar. Hilton will join over 60,000 electronic music lovers at the festival, which will be held in Croatia for the next 5 years.

AVICII (July 12th), Armin Van Buuren (July 13th) and Carl Cox & Friends (July 12th & 13th) will headline the festival with loads more acts confirmed.

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