Music Festivals

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

Fun fact: "Music makes the world go 'round."



Well, at least according to the official hype for Ultra Europe, the three-day EDM extravaganza from Ultra Music Festival and Croatian partner company Adria MM Productions.



Another fun fact: "Music" (and especially "electronic dance music") makes early-bird tickets disappear.



In ten minutes.



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-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





As ecstatically announced earlier today by UMF:

Early bird tickets for next year's inaugural ULTRA EUROPE have now SOLD OUT!



Priced at an incredibly low €40, initial passes to the first two days of the Croatian festival ... were snapped up in less than 10 minutes.



However, Euro beat freaks needn't panic. 'Cause another round of Ultra Europe tix will go on sale at "12.00pm CET on 12th December 2012," according to UMF reps.



And yes ... "For the tantalising price of €50 and €100 per day for VIP!"



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 ultraeurope.com.



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



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