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Dimensions Festival announces over 80 more names for 2017

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Dimensions Festival have revealed their plans for the 2017 outing, set across five days between 30th August to 4th September in an their abandoned fortress home.

With it’s heaviest bill of live acts and selectors to date, headed up by the all-magical enigma that is Grace Jones at the opening concert in Pula’s stunning amphitheatre space to 8,000 fans, alongside Moderat, Yussef Kamaal and Moses Boyd.

The Dimensions team annually curate a dream combination of acts from local legends to internationally revered artists, and always deliver the highest quality programming. 2017’s edition sees 80 names including (we’ve highlight some of our personal picks): A Made Up Sound (live), Aaron L, Alexander Robotnick (live), Alix Perez, Alma Negra, Amp Fiddler (live), Andwot, Antal,  Ata Kak (live),Bane, Binh, Conforce, Cymande, Dan Shake, Danny Krivit, Daphni, dBridge, Demdike Stare (live), Dimensions Soundsystem- Dj Okapi, Doc Scott,Donna Leake, Dopplereffekt (live), DynArec (live), Equiknoxx (live), Floating Points (solo live & dj), Gary Gritness (live), Gilles Peterson, Hanna (live), Harri Pepper,  Heels & Souls, Helena Hauff, Hessle Audio, Ben UFO, Pangaea & Pearson Sound, Horse Meat Disco, Interstellar Funk, Jeff Mills, Jonwayne, Josey Rebelle, Joy Orbison,  Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (live), KAMMA , Kerem Akdag (live), Kid Drama, Leo Leal, Levon Vincent, Luke Hess, Mafalda, Marcel Dettmann,  Mike Dehnert, MNDSGN, Mungo’s Hifi, Nicky Siano, Nina Kraviz,  Onemind (live), Oyind Morken, Paul St Hilaire & Rhauder, Powder, Radioactive Man (live), Randall, Randomer, Resom, Romare (live & dj),  Sadar Bahar, Sam Lloyd, Sassy J, Serge, Shuggie Otis, Skeptical, Sofie, Tama Sumo & Lakuti, Theo Parrish, Thris Tian, Yussef Kamaal, + MANY MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED

In terms of travel, the main flight destinations from the UK are Trieste, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Pula, Venice Treviso and Venice Marco-Polo airports, with transfers to the site, which can be booked here: http://www.dimensionsfestival.com/travel/.

With tickets currently standing at £120 and early birds selling out in no time, alternatively punters can secure a ticket for just £60 with the instalment plan, reserve a place at Dimensions Festival 2017 by heading to http://bit.ly/20juIAz.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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