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ULTRA Japan adds Underworld, Tchami, Knife Party & more to its massive 2017 line-up

The festival juggernaut has also begun releasing its daily schedule

  • Mixmag Asia Staff
  • 4 August 2017
ULTRA Japan adds Underworld, Tchami, Knife Party & more to its massive 2017 line-up

Ultra Japan has announced the second wave of artists set to play out at Japan’s biggest electronic music festival next month and has also unveiled the biggest and baddest Resistance line-up to ever arrive in Asia.

Underworld, KSHMR and Tchami will all be making Japanese debuts at the festival, with live sets confirmed from all three of the international headliners. Knife Party and Nicky Romero have also been announced for main stage performances.

Seth Troxler, Carl Cox, Rezz, Eats Everything, Joseph Capriati, Sasha & Digweed and more will play over three days on the Resistance Stage, which is complemented by three more stages including

That's not forgetting the latest batch of big Japanese acts tapped for the fourth edition of the festival, with Fumiya Tanaka, Ken Ishii and Takkyu Ishino all on board for Ultra Japan.

Early bird and tier one tickets are already sold out and tier two tickets are sold exclusively here. Check out the full line-up below.

The festival takes place September 16-18 in the heart of Tokyo at the Odaiba Ultra Park and will also come armed with the brands signature triumvirate of Main Stage, Live Stage and RESISTANCE. 120,000 people attended last year’s sold out edition and tickets this year are already on the second tier. Find tickets here.

ULTRA Music Festival ambitiously entered Asia in recent years, cranking out a whopping eight-city tour of the region this past year with 6 of them happening within a 10-day period. More than 350,000 festivalgoers attended events in Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Bali, Hong Kong, The Philippines and Japan, with 120,000 descending upon Tokyo's Odaiba ULTRA Park alone over the course 3 days. That's not too far off from Ultra's flagship event in Miami that sees 165,000 (55k per day) also over 3 days. The Singaporean leg saw over 45,000 revelers across two days last year.

See the official 2016 aftermovie below.

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