Part of the famous Ultra brand that hosts events all over the world, Ultra Europe first burst onto the Croatian festival scene several years ago with some massive club names appearing on the bill. In the last few years, the festival has seen up to thousands of party-goers from all over the world descend on Split and go party mad over the three days the event takes place. Ultra Europe returns to Split for its eighth year in 2020, with plenty of exciting events planned.

Ultra Europe evolved from the Ultra Music Festival in Miami that’s played host to some of the biggest names on the dance music scene over several decades.

The first names were 2020 have been announced, and they’re BIG – Afrojack, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, Armin Van Buuren, Galantis, Marshmello, Pendulum Trinity will all be playing, alongside many more.

The festival takes place in Park Mladezi, the second largest stadium in Split. (Having previously been held at the Poljud Stadium, famously football club Hajduk Split’s home.)

However, although the core of the festival takes place in the Park Mladezi stadium over the three days, there’s normally plenty of accompanying parties that stretch out the festival to a full week. These include an opening party in Split and after-parties on some of the best known Dalmatian islands.