David Guetta and Martin Garrix to headline Ultra South Africa 2017

Cape Town - Ultra South Africa announced on Tuesday that two of the world's biggest names in dance music, David Guetta and Martin Garrix, will be headlining the 2017 festival. 

Ultra South Africa will be taking place on Friday, 24 February 2017 at the Cape Town Stadium (new venue), and Saturday, 25 February 2017 at its Jo'burg home, the Nasrec Expo Centre.

David Guetta, the French DJ who hasn’t performed in South Africa in over 5 years, and who has since achieved such career highlights as opening and closing Euro 2016, is no stranger to the Ultra family. Already this year he has rocked the masses having played Ultra Music Festival Miami in March and Ultra Europe in July. 

Martin Garrix returns to Ultra South Africa after having been one of the first international Ultra South Africa DJs that played in year one (2014), and also in year two (2015), and with local fans having begged for his return ever since. Known as 'EDM's youngest superstar', Martin continues to top global charts, sell multi -platinum records, and headline festival main stages worldwide.

Limited Tier 1 tickets are on sale now exclusively on www.ultrasouthafrica.com

Ticket prices for all phases are:

Cape Town

General Access 

Tier 1: R750
Tier 2: R850


Tier 1: R1300
Tier 2: R1600

Martin Garrix. (Photo: Getty Images)


General Access:

Tier 1: R800
Tier 2: R950


Tier 1: R1400
Tier 2: R1800


Tier 1: R3000
Tier 2: R4000

*Please note: These prices are not inclusive of booking fees. Prices for tables will be available on enquiry and available exclusively to VIP ticketholders. 

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