The uncertainty over whether this year’s Ultra Europe Music Festival will go ahead is over.
The largest music festival in Croatia will go ahead as planned at Split’s Poljud Stadium on 14-16 July 2017, despite questions marks over whether it will go ahead or not.
Fans had been left wondering if the festival would happen after it was revealed in the media that organisers held a meeting with Croatia’s Ministry of Tourism looking for financial support to the tune of 1 million euros to help make this year’s festival go ahead.
With no confirmed lineup, contract with Poljud stadium, and according to reports in the media, a lack of finances, fans were uncertain what would happen, but a statement today has answered many unanswered questions.
“For the 5th edition of Ultra Europe, we from ULTRA Worldwide brand, in partnership with our local partners, have made an important step to ensure that this edition will be celebrated to the high standards which our brand requests. We thank all our fans and performers, partners and others who gave their support for Ultra Europe”, a statement from ULTRA Worldwide said today.
Local organisers MPG says they are excited to be organising the jubilee edition of ULTRA Europe 2017 in Split.
The line-up and more information will be released in the coming days. Check out the official Facebook page here.