Mzansi’s biggest dance music festival, Ultra South Africa, has grown tremendously since its first instalment back in 2013. Over the years, acts like David Guetta, Skrillex, Martin Garrix, Galantis, Afrojack, Hardwell, Tiesto and many more have graced the stage on the festival’s South African leg and Ultra is bringing back the biggest dance acts for a fifth year in 2018!

Besides the fifth celebration of Ultra South Africa, 2018 is also a massive year for the brand as a whole as it celebrates its 20th anniversary at the flagship event in Miami. To celebrate, the festival is offering incredibly competitive Early Bird tickets. The registration process must be followed in order to get your hands on these early bird prices, for a limited time only, so don’t wait.

Next year, the festival moves up a week and will now be held on Friday the 9th February 2018 at the Cape Town Stadium before moving to Johannesburg on Saturday the 10th February 2018 at the Nasrec Expo Centre.

Registration for early bird tickets to the 2018 shows will be done via Ultra Passport on, so please complete this process as soon as possible or you will miss out on early bird prices. Ultra Passport is the global Ultra programme recently launched to reward loyal Ultranauts that attend events around the world. It allows passport holders to earn points that place them in various tiers, and within which they earn various rewards. Benefits include access to early bird tickets, separate festival entrances, access to lounge areas, and more depending on the passport tier. Points are earned for enrolling in the programme and attending events, and points valid for 25 calendar months, so it makes sense for SA Ultranauts to register now and start earning!

While the line-up is yet to be revealed, Ultra South Africa promises an incredible array of local and international headliners which are bound to blow your minds. With exceptional sound, stage and lighting, Ultra 2018 is expected to be another epic dance experience.

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