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Ultra Worldwide ought to take a bow.
The international branch of the Ultra Music Festival brand, Ultra Worldwide has concluded its 2017 year of production, attracting more than 1,000,000 attendees across 45 total events — placing Ultra Worldwide as the largest independent international music festival brand in the world. Hosting a total of 23 new events in 20 different countries, Ultra Worldwide ascended to new heights in its 2017 season.
Beyond a banner year for its festivals, 2017 also saw Ultra Worldwide’s heightened presence in Latin America. The brand made its debut in Mexico for Ultra Mexico, expanded its three-day Ultra Brasil initiative, and observed 90,000+ fans attend Rio De Janeiro’s Sambodromo event. Ultra Worldwide was also notable for its various independent Resistance and Road to Ultra occasions, the orchestration of the standalone events only further contributing to the unprecedented and prolific quality of Ultra Worldwide’s expansion Latin America.
With Ultra’s 2017 officially in the books, national and international attention may now be turned to Bayfront Park in Miami, where Ultra Music Festival Miami will celebrate its twentieth birthday come March 2018. Ultra Miami’s birthday run is slated for March 23-25. Those interested in attending UMF’s milestone anniversary event may purchase tickets to the festival here.
ULTRA Worldwide 2017 General Stats
Total global attendance: 1,000,000+
Total number of events: 45
Total number of new events in 2017: 23
Country count: 20
Total number of festival event hours: 554
Total staff employed worldwide: 10,000+
ULTRA Worldwide 2017 Media Stats
Livestream hours broadcasted via UMF TV: 143
Livestream hours viewed to date: 3,000,000
Total number of artist appearances: 1,028
Total ULTRA Passport holders: 300,000+
UMF Radio country distribution: 62
UMF Radio estimated weekly listeners: 32,693,400
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