Dimensions will be taking place in Fort Punta Christo, near Pula, from 25th to 28th August 2016.
The “little sister” of well-established Outlook Festival – put on by the same team – returns for 2016! Taking place in the same venue as last year (Fort Punto Christo, close to Pula – which is also where Outlook is held), Dimensions is described as an “underground electronic music festival in an abandoned fort” (what’s not to love?) and is sure host another epic event.
Acts performing at the 2016 festival include Moodyman, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Daniel Bell, Andy Stott, Mood II Swing, Ben UFO and many more. Check out all the details on the line-up page.
As we’ve explained on the Outlook Festival page, Punta Christo is a wonderful (entirely disused) fort from the 19th century that’s on a peninsula close to Pula – and is a truly spectacular venue for the Festival, not to mention a unique one. A number of stages and areas will be erected or set up for the Festival all around the fort and near it that have different capacities, allowing for different vibes.
During the day, festival goers can also have fun at parties on the beach – situated a short walk from the fort – as well on one of the famous boat parties which feature DJs, MCs and a bar. (Tickets for boat parties are sold separately.)
It’s also possible to combine both Dimensions and the Outlook Festival that takes place the following weekend – see details below under “Tickets”.
Dimensions 2016 will also have an opening concert held in Pula’s amphitheatre, which is a great way of experiencing both the festival and this wonderful venue. Tickets for the opening concert can be purchased separately to the main festival – so if you’re in town and can’t attend the whole event, you can still get a slice of Dimensions!
Tickets and accommodation for Dimensions
Tickets for Dimensions are priced at £140 (plus booking fee). For an additional £55 (plus b.f.) you can also get a camping pass. A ticket for the opening night concert on its own costs £30 (plus b.f.).
You can purchase tickets – or tickets + accommodation packages below:
With Fort Punta Christo being so close to Pula, the town is a great place to stay in if attending the festival. There’s a variety of accommodation there with something for every budget – see what’s available using the search box below:
For those looking to do it the traditional way, a campsite that’s connected to the Festival’s beach area is perfect for those who want to bring their camping gear. The campsite also features hostel accommodation, although space is limited, and other private accommodation near the Festival site is also available. Full details of these options will be show on Dimension’s accommodation page.
Getting to Pula
Pula Airport is the nearest to the Festival site and is therefore the best airport to fly to. Many airlines now fly from the UK to Pula, including Ryanair from London Stansted; Thomsonfly from London Gatwick, Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester; and Jet2.com from Manchester, Leeds Bradford and Edinburgh. Aer Lingus also fly from Dublin to Pula.
There are buses that transfer you from the airport to the main bus station in Pula, from where you can make your way to the Festival site.
For more options, consider flying to somewhere in Italy (such as Trieste, Venice Treviso or Venice Marco Polo Airports) to where there are daily connections in summer from the UK. It is relatively easy to transfer from any of these airports to Pula – see our Getting to Istria page for more details.