Dimensions Festival has confirmed Kraftwerk, Moodymann, Jon Hopkins, Lena Willikens, Amp Fiddler, Helena Hauff, and Nina Kraviz amongst the headliners at this year's event, which runs 29th August-2nd September at Fort Punta Christo, Croatia.
Other notables include DJ Mag February cover star, Hunee, Bonobo, Detroit In Effect, DJ Stingray, James Holden and the Animal Spirits, techno originators Underground Resistance doing Depth Charge, a complete Hessle Audio team (Ben UFO, Pangaea, Pearson Sound), Craig Richards, DMX Krew, Nicolas Lutz, Paula Temple, Sonja Moonear, dBridge, Alexander Nut, Palms Trax, and Bjarki.
The list could go on. Bambooman, Timedance boss Batu, UK techno heroes Billy Nasty and Mark Turner, Yorkshire's highly respected charity club night Cosmic Slop, rising Manchester hip hop stars Children of Zeus, Skee Mask of Ilian Tape (the imprint behind one of our top tracks of 2017), Discwoman rebels Umfang and Volvox, Copenhagen's techno champion, Anastasia Kristensen, The Bug, Courtesy, Jon K, Red Greg, Peanut Butter Wolf, and Petar Dundov will also be involved.
The party starts with the Opening Concert on 29th August, which will see 2018 Grammy Award-winners, Kraftwerk, Moodymann, Nubya Garcia, Josey Rebelle, and Debora Ipekel play in a 2,000 year old Roman amphitheatre. The main festival then runs until 2nd September at its usual iconic home, an abandoned fortress, where the gamut between downtempo and full-throttle rave will be represented, with sets from several members of the growing Dimensions DJ Directory, established last year help break fresh talent. Add to all that time on the beach, boat parties, and tickets starting from £100, and you should already be heading for the official website.