Don't Throw Away Your Glowsticks. Ultra Music Festival Is Going To Bali This September!

The party does not end with FMFA. So turn that frown upside down, EDM fans!

Cover image via Facebook: Ultra Music Festival

No FMFA, No Problem. Singapore Has Just Joined Ultra Music Festival’s 2015 Asia Takeover!

The addition was announced at the ongoing Ultra Music Festival in Miami over the weekend. Dance music fans who were on-site eagerly broke the news over social media.

A big thanks to Cordelia who sent this raw footage of the special announcement from Miami earlier today! #UltraSingapore

Posted by Ultra Singapore on Monday, 30 March 2015

Singapore will be joining Korea, Thailand, Macau, Japan and Bali for Ultra's 2015 Asian invasion. Other information have yet to be released, so stick around for the latest updates!

You can also check out the official Ultra Singapore Facebook page for more info.

12 MAR 2015: Time to book flight tickets to Bali, ravers! Ultra Music Festival (UMF) - one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world - is set to take over the island this 25 September!

Incepted in 1999 in the city of Miami, thousands of DJs and world-class dance acts have delivered awe-inspiring sets for music fans from all over the world including Ibiza, South Africa, Brazil, Japan, South Korea and many more over the last 16 years

Following its sold-out debut in Japan last year, Ultra Worldwide added two new locations to its Asian leg - Macau (13 June) and Bali (25 September) alongside shows in Korea, Thailand and Japan

Ultra Bali will be taking place at the island's Potato Head Beach Club and W Hotel in the beach region of Seminyak.

Lineup info and ticketing have yet to be released, but here's a taste of what may come. Last year's lineup saw Alesso, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, and many, many other international DJs partying it up with the party peeps of UMF...

... And they really, really loved playing in Tokyo. Get a feel of what it was like in the sold-out festival last year:

Watch this space for further updates on Ultra Music Festival's Asian invasion!

Thank the dance gods for good news after FMFA 2015 lost the chance to redeem itself after the unfortunate drug-related debacle: