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Ultra Japan Turns 5!


Ultra is one of the biggest music festival brands in the world that takes place in South America, Asia and Europe, with Miami being its main hub. This year marks the fifth anniversary for massive dance music festival, Ultra Japan. It will be returning to Tokyo Odaibo ULTRA Park this coming September for three incredible days from the 15th till 17th. People from all over the world will be attending to witness some of the biggest dance music acts today.
Ultra Japan Turns 5!

by KEFWHAT?! Team

7 months ago


Music

Ultra Japan Turns 5!


Ultra is one of the biggest music festival brands in the world that takes place in South America, Asia and Europe, with Miami being its main hub. This year marks the fifth anniversary for massive dance music festival, Ultra Japan. It will be returning to Tokyo Odaibo ULTRA Park this coming September for three incredible days from the 15th till 17th. People from all over the world will be attending to witness some of the biggest dance music acts today.

by KEFWHAT?! Team

7 months ago


Ultra Japan Turns 5!

Ultra is one of the biggest music festival brands in the world that takes place in South America, Asia and Europe, with Miami being its main hub. This year marks the fifth anniversary for massive dance music festival, Ultra Japan. It will be returning to Tokyo Odaibo ULTRA Park this coming September for three incredible days from the 15th till 17th. People from all over the world will be attending to witness some of the biggest dance music acts today.

 

 

Last year, Ultra Japan was graced by Empire of the Sun, KSHMR, Pendulum, Underworld, Porter Robinson, Alesso, Hardwell and so much more. The list got bigger and just as incredible with names like Axwell Λ Ingrosso, DJ Snake, Zedd, Galantis, Nina Kraviz and more. You do not want to miss this spectacular event of music and light at Tokyo Odaibo ULTRA Park this September.

Ultra Japan will start every day from 11:00 AM onwards and ends at 9:00 PM. Check out the line-up announced for this outdoor electronic dance music event below.

 

Ultra Mainstage

Saturday, 15th September 2018: Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Galantis, Oliver Heldens, Jonas Blue, Mykris, Junior & Kyle, DJ Lead, 2Wasted

Sunday, 16th September 2018: DJ Snake, Armin Van Buuren, Steve Angello, Nicky Romero, Ksuke, Raiden, TJO, Goldfish + Blink

Monday, 17th September 2018: Zedd, Afrojack, Tchami x Malaa: No Redemption, Cash Cash, Yasutaka Nakata, Justin Oh, Yamato, Teddyloid

 

Resistance

Saturday, 15th September 2018: John Digweed B2B Nicole Moudaber, Butch, Popof, Takkyu Ishino, DJ Yogurt, Alyn, Kaiser Waldon

Sunday, 16th September 2018: Sven Väth, Jackmaster, Nastia, Osamu M, Drunken Kong, Tim Thal, USEA

Monday, 17th September 2018: Nina Kraviz, Carl Craig, Eats Everything, Ken Ishii, DJ Sodeyama, Ren Yokoi, Joon Kwak

 

Ultra Park Stage

Saturday, 15th September 2018:DJ Kiyoto, DJ Yagi, Avadox, Jimmy Clash, Ares Carter, Tom Taus, Mitomi Tokoto, Pnutz, Ray Ray, AMPM, Hirapark, Sheiker, DJ Keiko, Yoseek

Sunday, 16th September 2018: DJ Ayana, DJ Busta-Row, DJ Ryujin, DJ Martin, Los De La Vega, 22 Bullets, DJ Tora, DJ Yin, Joe Ghost, Cream, Pure 100%, Sesco, K-Smooth, Yusuke

Monday, 17th September 2018: Ga-Suuu, DJ Shin, DJ Task, DJ Yaksa, Curtis, Kevin B, Sophie Francis, TV Noise, DJ Moe, Double Pleasure, S2, Said, DJ Iden, Matz

 

Things to know about Ultra Japan

  • It is known to be the cleanest festival, so no littering or body surfing here as the security is pretty strict.
  • There are lockers provided upon entering the festival grounds, so you are not allowed to bring in any bags with wheels.
  • Be aware of the prohibited items to bring in such as umbrella, whistles, food, selfie sticks and such.
  • Do not bring food or drinks from outside, even if the food around Odaibo area is pretty incredible.
  • As with any festivals, there are many reported cases of pickpockets and thefts, so be mindful of your belongings at all times.

 

Writer | Kevin Yeoh
Kevin is the former editor of JUICE Malaysia magazine, former co-founder of GUMBALLmag website and is an all-round music enthusiast from the '90's R&B to K-Pop.

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