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Ultra Europe Staying in Split Until 2022

Ultra staying in Split for another 5 years at least as it sponsors Hajduk Split

Split will be host to Ultra Europe Festival for at least another 5 years, festival organisers confirmed today.

It has been confirmed that Split, on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, will play host to Ultra Europe until 2022.

Ultra has been in Split since 2013 (Photo credit: Ultra Europe/Rukes.com)

Back in 2013, Ultra Music Festival issued a 5-year license for the European version of the Miami spectacle to be held in Split. Today Joe Bašić from Ultra Europe confirmed at a press conference that the festival will be staying put in Split for at least another 5 years.

It was also announced today that Ultra will be football club Hajduk Split’s sponsor. Ultra Europe takes place each year at Hajduk’s Poljud stadium and now the pair have entered into a formal sponsorship agreement.

Ultra on the kit of Hajduk Split (Photo: Hajduk.hr)

“This is the first time that an international music festival has sponsored a football club. Ultra will promote Hajduk and Hajduk will promote Ultra.

Ultra Europe in Split (Photo credit: Ultra)

This year around 150,000 visitors from 100 countries are expected to descend on Split for the 3-day event later this month. 50 DJs, including the biggest names in the world like Afrojack, Carl Cox, and David Guetta, will again be performing at Poljud stadium.

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