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Ultra Europe 2017: Phase 2 Artists Announced

(Photo credit: Ultra Europe/Rukes.com)

The second phase of the line-up for this year’s Ultra Europe Music Festival has been announced today.

Last month organizers announced the first names who will perform at Split’s Poljud Stadium from 14-16 July 2017 at this year’s Ultra Europe, including some big names like Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, David Guetta, Hardwell and more.

On Friday more acts were confirmed.

ULTRA EUROPE — PHASE 2 LINEUP (*Denotes Phase 2 artist)

DJ HEADLINERS 
Adam Beyer
Afrojack
Armin van Buuren
Axwell Λ Ingrosso
Carl Cox
David Guetta
Dubfire B2B Nicole Moudaber*
Hardwell
Joseph Capriati
Marco Carola
Martin Garrix
Nic Fanciulli B2B Eats Everything
Sasha & John Digweed
Seth Troxler B2B The Martinez Brothers
DJ SNAKE
Steve Angello*
Steve Aoki
Tiësto

(Photo credit: Ultra Europe)

SUPPORT ARTISTS 
Andrew Rayel
ANNA B2B Wehbba*
Fedde Le Grand
GTA
Nicky Romero*
RØDHÅD
Showtek*
Technasia B2B Hector
W&W

Ultra Europe in Split (Photo credit: Ultra)

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT 
Ambush*
Apster*
Ben Gold
D-wayne*
D.O.D*
David Gravell
Dr Phunk
Elio Riso
Frank Walker
Heatbeat
Jay Hardway
Jewelz & Sparks
Jon Rundell
Julian Jordan
KIIDA*
Kill the Buzz
KURA
Maddix
Manse
MaRLo
Mightyfools*
MOKSI*
NLW
Orjan Nilsen
Ravitez
Retrohandz*
Ruben de Ronde B2B Rodg
Rui*
Sick Individuals
Suyano
Tijana T

More names will be announced shortly. For more details and information about tickets, you can check the official website HERE.

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