ULTRA Japan Phase One Lineup
Following a SOLD OUT edition in 2016, ULTRA Japan is returning in 2017 bigger than ever before, as it reveals the incredible Phase One Lineup of artists set to perform at its upcoming fourth edition.
The largest electronic music festival in Japanese history, ULTRA Japan can now revealAlesso, The Chainsmokers, Hardwell, Kygo, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki and Tiësto as the first batch of DJ headliners set to perform at Tokyo Odaiba ULTRA Park on September 16-18, 2017.
ULTRA Japan will also be adding a brand new stage in 2017, as it becomes the fourthULTRA Worldwide edition to host the esteemed LIVE Stage. Three of the most celebrated live acts in electronic history have been confirmed for Phase One: Empire of the Sun, Pendulum and Porter Robinson.
Having announced an Ibiza residency recently, RESISTANCE will also see a major upgrade in Tokyo this year, with Carl Cox, Joseph Capriati, Sasha & John Digweed and Seth Troxler set to headline one of ULTRA Worldwide’s most-loved concepts across the three days.
To add further to the stacked lineup, Phase One sees support from Deorro, Don Diablo, Eats Everything, Frank Walker, Getter, Nic Fanciulli, Nick Martin, Rezz, Sam Feldt, Slushii and Stephan Bodzin (Live), with more acts to be announced soon.
With over 120,000 people attending last year’s sold out edition, demand is expected to be at an all-time high for ULTRA Japan. Fans are advised to act fast in order to snap up tickets to one of the most in-demand events on the ULTRA Worldwide calendar. Tier 2 Advance Tickets are now on sale and available exclusively via ultrajapan.com.
Set to take place at Tokyo Odaiba ULTRA Park in the heart of city, ULTRA Japan takes place on September 16-18, 2017 and will host three stages – Main Stage, Live Stage and RESISTANCE – across three days. For further details, please visit ultrajapan.com
ULTRA Japan – Phase One Lineup (in alphabetical order)
Sasha & John Digweed*
Empire of the Sun (Live)
Porter Robinson (Live)
Stephan Bodzin (Live)*
*Denotes RESISTANCE artist