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Ultra Europe Coming to Zagreb – Armin van Buuren to Headline Croatia Music Week

Ultra Europe in Split (photo credit: Ultra)

Ultra Europe in Split (photo credit: Ultra)

Ultra Europe is coming to the Croatian capital with a new event…

Zagreb is to host a new music event for the first time over the Christmas and New Year period. Ultra Europe has presented Croatia Music Week, seen as a promotion and build up to Ultra Europe Festival in Split next summer, which will be held at Zagreb’s Arena from 31 December 2016 – 6 January 2017.

The electro-dance festival will feature a host of the world’s top DJs, including Armin van Buuren who will play the New Year’s Eve 360 party to see in 2017. It will be the Dutch DJ’s first performance in Zagreb. On 1 January 2017 NYE Replay will be held, whilst on 4 January 2017 Road to Ultra, the first in a series of gigs from top DJs will take place. The line-up will be announced shortly.

“The city of Zagreb and ULTRA Europe is an ideal connection. Zagreb over the last few years has become one of the most interesting winter tourist destinations attracting tourists from all over the world thanks to the Advent in Zagreb and VIP Snow Queen Trophy. ULTRA Europe is a brand which will make Zagreb a sought-after destination for young people who connect ULTRA will top class entertainment, production and music,” said Nikola Bušljeta, ULTRA Europe festival Director.

Arena in Zagreb to host Croatia Music Week

Arena in Zagreb to host Croatia Music Week

Besides the dance party fun there will also be something for gamers over the week with the world’s best teams taking part in the Zagreb Gaming Championships from 2-3 January 2017 at Arena also.

Croatia Music Week is organised in cooperation with Ultra Europe, Grad Zagreb, Zagreb Tourist Board and Atlas. More details can be found on the official Croatia Music Week website.

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