If you're already getting festival-fatigue, then this summer's showing no signs of letting up, with Miami-founded electronic music festival Ultra set to make its Beijing debut this June.
Ultra Festival made its Mainland debut in Shanghai last year, with headliners like Armin van Buuren, Zedd and Martin Garrix. This time round, the EDM behemoth is celebrating its 20th anniversary and expanding its already considerable presence in over 20 cities to now include Melbourne and Beijing.
In the past week, festival organisers released details of its 'phase one' lineup, and it's looking like an absolute corker.
Headliners so far include Afrojack, The Chainsmokers, Illenium, Loco Dice, Nicky Romero, RL Grime and Steve Angello, with additional support from the likes of Fedde Le Grand, Nervo, Coyu and more.
Set to take place from June 16-17, details of the festival's location and ticketing are still unknown. Still, tickets to last year's Ultra Festival Shanghai set attendees back 1,280RMB for a two-day pass, so Beijingers can probably expect a similar price point.
For the full phase one lineup, check out the poster below.