Ultra Mexico has announced today that it has slashed ticket prices for this weekend's forthcoming Ultra Mexico.
The festival has taken the decision to lower the general admission tickets to $2,300 pesos, with half the money from each discounted ticket sold between 28th September and 5th October being donated to the Mexico City earthquake relief fund.
The generous announcement was made via the Ultra Mexico Facebook page.
ULTRA China has unveiled its first phase line-up with the likes of Armin van Buuren, The Chainsmokers and Martin Garrix all confirmed to play Ultra's debut in China.
Taking place in Shanghai on 9th — 10th September, ULTRA China will be the first time an independent promoter will have produced an event of this magnitude in the region.
Set in the heart of the city at Shanghai Expo Park, ULTRA China’s main stage will be headlined by some of EDM's biggest names including the likes of Nicky Romero, Porter Robinson and Zedd.
HYTE has unveiled its plans for its annual ADE soiree and it's looking huge with the likes of Seth Troxler, Ricardo Villalobos, Pan-Pot and many more playing the three-day party.
HYTE will once again be taking over Amsterdam’s Warehouse Elementenstraat from 20th — 22nd October for three days of non-stop partying thanks to the venue's new 24-hour license.
On Friday 20th October, Hyte will welcome Riccardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler, Sonja Moonear, Steve Rachman and Ferro, who will be holding down the Warehouse room.
Movement Detroit's sister festival, Movement Torino, returns to Italy this October and the first phase line-up looks huge, featuring the likes of Sven Väth, Octave One, Sonja Moonear, Jeff Mills, Derrick May, Nastia and many more.
This year's festival will be a little different than last year's edition, instead of one event there will be two main shows on October 28th and 31st at the former Fiat factory building, Lingotto.
There will also be a run of smaller events during the week before the festival, called “Halloweek", from 25th — 31st October.
Having kicked off its Asia tour last month with festivals in Singapore and Korea, ULTRA worldwide has today unveiled the line-ups for their forthcoming festivals in India, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
ULTRA Worldwide can now confirm not one but two events will run in Mumbai and New Delhi, on 7th September and 8th September, respectively.
Fabric has fleshed out its summer line-up and includes sets from Israeli duo Red Axes, Lady Starlight, Michael Mayer and more.
Having just announced two mammoth techno nights where Marcel Dettmann and Ben Klock will be playing extended sets in Room one in recents weeks, the club has today outlined the rest of its summer plans — and it's looking suitably huge.
Ultra Worldwide heads to Bali this September and today the festival's organisers have announced a suitably huge line-up featuring Hardwell, Kygo and Zedd.
Set to return to the Potato Head Beach Club on 14th - 15th September three of EDM's biggest rising stars: Getter, REZZ and Slushii, will all play the festival for the first time.
Taking place at a different venue and on a different date, news around RESISTANCE Bali will be announced soon, it has been announced.
MiNT Festival returns to Leeds this summer with a world-class line-up of house and techno DJs — including Ricardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler, Craig Richards, The Martinez Brothers, Mike Skinner and Hot Since 82 — and festival organisers are promising a whole host of quality of life improvements to the festival grounds.
Malta's UNO Village is ready to kick-off this summer style with big names like Armin van Buuren, Sven Vath, Agoria, Richy Ahmed, Sander van Doorn, Jackmaster and many more all scheduled to play between now and September.
The multi-roomed, open-air space has a custom designed Funktion One sound system, three different stages, VIP booths, well-equipped bars and mesmeric lights.
Despite this year's Coachella only being a month ago, the US-based festival has already locked in next year's dates.
Running once again across two weekends, 13th - 15th April and 20th - 22nd April, tickets for the festival will go onsale from tomorrow.
Whilst the line-up is still under construction, Beyonce will be headlining the festival next year after she pulled out of this year's festival due to being pregnant.
Festival organisers agreed to her late cancellation under the proviso she would headline the 2018 edition, which she has agreed to do.