Music Festivals

Ultra Music Festival's Ultra Europe Announces Headliners: Avicii, Armin Van Buuren, Carl Cox

Ultra Music Festival is the best. We here in Miami are super spoiled to have it every year. But don't you wish you could pick up and take that experience overseas?

OMG, you totes can now! Experience the joy of UMF at a greater cost! It's going to be just like Ultra Miami except in Croatia! And you have to exchange your moneys!

But the lineup is going to look a lot like UMF's we've experienced in the past. So far, three headliners have been announced. Check 'em out.

See also:

-Ultra Music Festival 2013 Dates Announced

-Ultra Music Festival 2013 Expands to "Two Big Weekends!"

-Swedish House Mafia Headlining Ultra Music Festival 2013

-Ultra Music Festival Announces Ultra Europe, Sets Up in Croatia Until 2017

-Ultra Music Festival's Ultra Europe Sells Out Early-Bird Tickets in Ten Minutes

So topping off the three-day rave-stravaganza will be Swedish legend-in-the-making Avicii and Dutch trance legend-status-already-granted Armin Van Buuren. Yep, we've seen these names before.

Also, it's been confirmed and announced that Carl Cox will be bringing his famed Carl Cox and Friends tent across the Atlantic. After all, it's a full-on UMF tradition.

If you haven't been paying attention, early bird tickets already sold out ... In ten minutes.

But another round of Ultra Europe go on sale at "12.00pm CET on 12th December 2012." So if you're serious about raving in Croatia, make sure to jump on that uhntz-uhntz-ing train as soon as possible. Them shits just went on sale. And you're actually wasting time just reading this blog.

Or you can try to get in on the Miami fest's two weekends. But then you won't get a stamp in your passport.

Ultra Europe: Day One and Two. Friday, July 12, and Saturday, July 13, 2013. Poljud Stadium in Split, Croatia. Tickets cost €50 to €100 and go on sale December 12. Visit

Ultra Europe. Sunday, July 14, 2013. Hotel Amfora Grand Beach Resort in Hvar, Croatia. Tickets go on sale in early 2013. Visit

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.