Mark your calendars for September 16th and 17th, 2023 because Tokyo’s Ultra Park in Odaiba is gearing up to host the much-anticipated Ultra Japan 2023.
The festival recently unveiled its first wave of performers, and it’s nothing short of spectacular.
Major EDM Acts to Rock the Stage
Fans are already buzzing with excitement online after the festival’s announcement of its lineup featuring some of the biggest superstars in the EDM world. For starters, Axwell Λ Sebastian Ingrosso, known for their roles in the iconic Swedish House Mafia, are set to return to a Japanese festival stage for the first time since SUMMER SONIC 2017.
But the excitement doesn’t stop there. Big names like DJ Snake, the legendary Hardwell, and Skrillex promise to deliver electrifying performances. On top of these, the super duo of Endless Summer – comprising Sam Feldt and Jonas Blue – has been confirmed as well.
Techno and House Legends Join the Mix
Ultra Japan 2023 isn’t just about EDM. Lovers of techno and house music are in for a treat with heavyweights like Adam Beyer and the dynamic duo Sasha and John Digweed on the roster.
A Quick Note On The Japan Rail Pass Price Hike
The price of the wonderful Japan Rail Pass is going up a massive 62% in October but there’s still time to lock in the old rates if you’re quick. Klook still offers the old prices so if you buy before September 30th you can travel with the old prices until December 28th, 2023.
Event Details and Ticket Information
- Dates: September 16 (Sat) & 17 (Sun), 2023
- Venue: Ultra Park, Odaiba
- Lineup: Adam Beyer, Axwell Λ Sebastian Ingrosso, Boys Noise, DJ Snake, Endless Summer (Sam Feldt and Jonas Blue), Hardwell, Loco Dice, Nicole Moudaber, Peggy Gou, Sasha and John Digweed, Skrillex
- Ticket Pricing:
- General Admission 2-Day Ticket (First Phase): 30,000 yen
- U-20 2-Day Ticket (First Phase): 26,000 yen
- PGA 2-Day Ticket (First Phase): 40,000 yen
For more information and to grab your tickets, be sure to visit the official website.
The Sum Up
Ultra Japan 2023 promises an unforgettable experience for every electronic music lover and made our list of Tokyo’s best things to do in September.