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Ultra Europe in Split moved from Poljud to Park Mladeži stadium for next 4 years

(Photo: Ultra Europe)

26 June 2019 – Organisers of Ultra Europe have confirmed that the festival will be moving location from Poljud stadium, home of Hajduk Split.

Ultra Europe will take place from 12-14 July 2019 now at Split’s Stadion Park Mladeži. Official confirmation of the move came today from organiser and director of MPG Live, Joe Bašić, Dalmacija Danas reported.  

“At this moment I can confirm that the festival ULTRA Europe will take place at Stadion Park Mladeži for the next four years. The new location is more spacious and larger that will allow for further development of the festival and a better and more quality visitor experience. The agreement was reached in cooperation with the City of Split and the Public Institution ‘Split Sports Facilities’, and I believe that we will jointly develop Park Mladeži into a leading sport and event location in the region. We are opening a new chapter of the ULTRA Europe festival, which will continue to generate numerous positive changes in the music industry, Croatian tourism and economy in the coming years,” Bašić said. 

Big names like David Guetta, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Alesso, Carl Cox and supergroup Swedish House Mafia will headline this year’s festival. 

(Ultra Europe)

Europa (Jax Jones & Martin Solveig) and Sigma will play at Ultra Beach which will take place at the end of Ultra Europe on 16 July at Amfora Grand Beach Resort on Hvar.

Ultra Europe has been held at Poljud stadium since it made its debut in Croatia in 2013.

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