Dimensions Festival unveils full 2024 line-up


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Dimensions Festival has unveiled its full 2024 line-up.

Among acts heading to Tisno, Croatia this Summer include Helena Hauff, Mala, Sweely, Paquita Gordon, DJ Stingray 313, Quest, Skee Mask, Saoirse, Mathew Johnson (live) and Fumiya Tanaka.

Already announced names include Coast 2 Coast (The Ghost and Gene On Earth), Eris Drew, Batu, DJ Nobu, Shanti Celeste, Todd Edwards, DJ Fart in the Club, Peach and many more.

This year will mark the debut sets at the festival for the likes of Admo (live), AliA, Harry McCanna, Mad Miran, OMAR, Bruno Schmidt, Liquid Earth b2b Huerta, Melina Serser, Melody b2b mari.te, Willow, Youandewan b2b Laidlaw.

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With over 140 acts set the play this year, festival-goers can explore a range of outdoor stages with recently upgraded Funktion-One systems.

Attendees also have the option to dance the night away at Barbarella’s Discotheque, or set sail on one of the many boat parties on offer at this year’s event.

According to the festival, the five-day-long festical in “paradise” will be releasing extra information on boat parties, afters parties and more soon.

The festival is set to go ahead at The Garden Resort, Tisno from August 29 through to September 2.

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Marking the third edition of the festival since it left The Fort in Pula, Dimensions claims that The Garden “feel like home now”.

The festival website reads: “Over 100 of the best artists from across the underground electronic music spectrum join us every year, with a particular focus on house, techno, electro and breaks.

“Our careful curation is presented across The Garden’s four unique stages, at the world-famous Barbarella’s Discotheque and down the Adriatic Sea on our iconic boat parties. Our intimate site boasts crystal clear water, baking sunshine and star-lit night skies.”

Tickets are available here with instalment plans optional.

Check out the full line-up below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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