Taiwan, officially the Republic of China (ROC), is an island country in East Asia. With 23.7 million inhabitants, Taiwan is among the most densely populated countries. The country is hosting the Ultra festival since 2015 as part of the Road to Ultra (Ultra Worldwide) event concept. It includes a 1-day and 1-stage only event but that still features the top electronic act in the world.
Announced just yesterday, Ultra Taiwan will take place on the 14th of November, 2020, in Taipei at Dajia Riverside Park. Tier 1 GA tickets have been already sold out in a matter of seconds.
Ultra Taiwan 2020 lineup includes Alesso, Kayzo, Slander, Vini Vici among other three local artists. The time schedule has been released showing Alesso closing the festival from 8.45 to 10 PM.
Ultra Taiwan has put in place strict regulations to avoid any issue regarding Covid19. Below you can find the measures that must be followed prior to arriving at the venue for the event.
As required by the government, every attendee must fill out a registration form detailing their contact information for contact tracing purposes, travel history, and disclose if they’ve experienced any COVID-19 symptoms or medical assistance prior to the Event.
Each attendee’s body temperature will be checked prior to entering, and anyone with a body temperature over will not be allowed inside the venue.
Each attendee will be required to bring their own mask to the venue, which must be worn upon entry. Masks will not be provided or available to purchase at the Event.
Each attendee will be required to sanitize their hands upon entry. There will also be multiple hands sanitizing areas inside the venue.
Attendees traveling internationally to Taiwan for the Event will be required to follow all quarantine measures and regulations put in place by the Taiwan Center of Disease Control, and local city governance.
Ultra Taiwan will also take care of the transportations from and to the festival area. Free shuttle busses will be recognizable from the Ultra U sign on the front and will run every 20 minutes. Shuttle busses will start to run with the festival destination from 12:30 PM to 19:00 PM at Xingtiangong MRT Station Exit 2 destination the front of Lin Antai Ancient House. Fr the return the shuttle busses will start from 21:00 PM until 23:00 PM always from the front of Lin Antai Ancient House but with destination Exit 4 of Xingtian Temple MRT Station.
From what the daily data shows, Taiwan is basically COVID-free since April. As reported by CNN the winning formula of Taiwan was to act quickly since the first few cases discovered on the island.
Taiwan has blocked access to the country for tourism and people on arrival must quarantine for 14 days. These restrictions summed with the uncertainty of the future situation in Europe and America will probably bring only local audiences to the Ultra Taiwan festival.
Information about possible worldwide live stream via YouTube has yet to be announced.