Ultra South Africa 2017: Check Out The Star-Studded Lineup


Fans can look forward to dancing to some of the biggest hits by David Guetta as the DJ hits South Africa alongside Martin Garrix to headline Ultra South Africa 2017.

Accordingly, the music festival will be taking place on Friday, 24 February 2017, at the new venue – Cape Town Stadium. Then, on Saturday, 25 February 2017, it will wrap up at its Jo’burg home, the Nasrec Expo Centre.

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Meanwhile, Martin Garrix is making a return trip to Ultra South Africa after having been one of the first international DJs that played in year one (2014). The DJ also made a second appearance in year two (2015) and still put up a great performance. Thus, local fans have been begging for his return ever since.

Popularly known as ‘EDM’s youngest superstar’, Martin continues to top global charts. Consequently, he sells multi -platinum records, and headlines festivals’ main stages across the globe.

Meanwhile, the French DJ David Guetta hasn’t performed in South Africa in over 5 years. Guetta was last in South Africa in 2011 alongside African-international artist Akon.

Therefore, fans are over the moon that he’s coming back. This time, he is returning for the Ultra Music Festival where he will share the stage with fellow international dance music sensation Martin Garrix.

Guetta, a singer and producer, shot to fame in 2002 with his album Just a Little More Love. However, his 2009 release One Love got him mainstream success. Some of his hits – Love Takes Over, Turn Me On and Titanium – are hot on the list of what fans are looking forward to dancing to.

Ticket prices for the Ultra South Africa music festival are:

Cape Town
General Access
Tier 1: R750
Tier 2: R850
Tier 1: R1300
Tier 2: R1600

General Access:
Tier 1: R800
Tier 2: R950
Tier 1: R1400
Tier 2: R1800
Tier 1: R3000
Tier 2: R4000

Nevertheless, these prices are not inclusive of booking fees.