Ultra Singapore 2019: The World’s Premier Electronic Music Festival The world’s premier electronic music festival is returning to Singapore’s Ultra Park for a massive 4thedition. Originating on the shores of Miami, Ultra Music Festival has rapidly expanded worldwide and has grown to become one of the largest festival brands in the world. With editions held […]Ultra Singapore 2019 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971 Singapore Singapore
The world’s premier electronic music festival is returning to Singapore’s Ultra Park for a massive 4thedition. Originating on the shores of Miami, Ultra Music Festival has rapidly expanded worldwide and has grown to become one of the largest festival brands in the world. With editions held in all six inhabitable continents, including the popular summer edition in Europe, the Singapore edition is expected to be nothing short of spectacular.
“Ultra Singapore features some of the world’s best electronic music DJs, state-of-the-art interactive technology across curated stages, and a crowd that’s pumped up and ready for the beat to drop!”
This year’s edition will welcome a number of world-class headlining acts, as well as popular local and global DJs. The phase one lineup has revealed that the 4th edition of Ultra Singapore will be headlined by Martin Garrix, Porter Robinson and Skrillex. The Resistance Stage will be headlined by Jamie Jones, who will share the stage with Art Department, Eats Everything and Josh Wink. More names are still to be announced.
Ultra Singapore takes place at Ultra Park, Singapore. You can find the event at 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971.
Singapore’s fast and efficient public transport system makes it easy to travel to and around the city. The nearest airport is Singapore Changi Airport, located approximately 20 minutes from the city centre. The easiest way to travel between the airport and the city centre is via bus, with countless routes available to transfer visitors to various parts of the city. When getting around the city, the bus system features one of the most extensive networks of routes and is one of the most economical and scenic ways to travel.
Singapore’s MRT system is the fastest way to travel around, with an extensive rail system connecting most of the city’s major attractions. Metered taxis are readily available throughout the city and one of the most convenient modes of private transport is ‘Grab’. The Grab app is a popular way to book budget or premium taxis directly from your phone and is available in most parts of South East Asia.
When travelling to and from the festival, the easiest way is to travel via the MRT. The nearest station is Bayfront, which can be reached via the Circle Line and Downtown Line; and is just outside the festival grounds. Bus routes 97, 106, 133, NR1 and NR6 also stop directly outside the venue.
Singapore is home to countless accommodation options ranging from hostels to luxury hotels and resorts; perfect to suit any budget. For the ultimate visit to Ultra Singapore, check out Marina Bay Sands, one of the most iconic luxury hotels in the world; located directly next to the festival.
Other popular nearby options include The Westin Singapore and Sofitel So Singapore; located just a short walk from the venue. You can explore a number of nearby accommodation options on the map below.
The bustling city of Singapore offers endless amounts of attractions and things to do. One of the most popular areas is the Marina Bay Area, home to the world famous Marina Bay Sands. If you are a guest at the luxury hotel, checking out the iconic infinity pool is a must. For visitors not staying at the hotel, there is also an observation deck with panoramic views of the city, as well as a number of high-end restaurants and bars.
Directly adjacent to the hotel is the famous Gardens by the Bay. The popular public garden features a network of stunning modern greenhouses and waterfront parks. Entrance to the Gardens is free but tickets must be purchased to enter the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Marina Bay is also home to a number of popular shopping centres, such as The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Marina Square and Suntec City. Other popular nearby attractions include the Fountain of Wealth, the Helix Bridge and the Singapore Flyer observation wheel.
Located more central to the city centre, Orchard Road is one of Singapore’s most iconic streets. The 2.2km road features a range of shopping malls, luxury boutiques, restaurants, luxury hotels and more. Other popular districts include Chinatown, Little India and Clarke Quay. For a quick island getaway, Singapore’s Sentosa Island is the place to be. The island resort located off Singapore’s southern coast features a number of resorts and attractions, including the Universal Studios theme park, Adventure Cove Waterpark and Madame Tussauds. A number of popular beaches, such as Siloso, Palawan and Tanjong can also be found here.
The next edition of Ultra Singapore will take place from June 8-9, 2019.
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