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Black Coffee, Dimples, Fresh lit up #UltraSA2017

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Ultra Musical Festival​ ​once again​ blew the minds of fans over the weekend.

Despite the rain, fans showed up in ​their numbers at this highly anticipated event.

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The ULTRA Music Festival was held at the Nasrec Exhibition Centre, which looks like one of the only​ ​venues that could hold such a crowd.

​Music lovers from around the world such as Portugal, USA and South Korea attended the event and​,​ from what​ the impressions I got,​ ​they clearly got their moneys worth. ​Everyone from​ the​ international ​acts to South African artists, ​lived up to expectations and transformed the entire stadium into a dance hall.

ULTRA fans ​couldn't get enough of South African ​m​usic​ icons ​like Black Coffee, D​J​ Dimples, DJ Fresh and Euphonik as well as​ legendary French DJ, record producer, remixer and songwriter David Guetta, D​J​ Snake and Martin Garrix.

Not even the muddy ground or wet clothes could ​dampen​ the spirit of ​thousands of fans.

Samsung, one of the sponsors of ULTRA​,​ provided attendees with an explosive experience of a lifetime. Chill Zones w​ere​ set up for fans to ​relax and escape the torrential rain while being entertained by beautiful hostesses.

#UltraSA2017: International acts thrill Cape Town crowds

Every year it looks like ULTRA South Africa keeps getting bigger and better.

D​J​s expressed their love for South Africans​ ​and ​promised that this ​won't be the last ​we see ​of them ​on home soil!

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