Love International timetable - Sunrise Sessions

2019 Love International timetable revealed – the countdown is on!

There’s just a week left to go until the fourth edition of the supremely popular Love International festival! If you’ve yet to make plans for your summer hols this year, here’s a great opportunity to spend some time on the gorgeous Croatian coast and take in one of the best festivals!

Love International takes place at The Garden Resort in Tisno from 3rd to 10th July 2019. There’s just 250 tickets still available for sale; if you’re quick, you might be one of the lucky ones to snap some of them up! (Tickets are expected to sell out very soon; last year’s event was also sold out.)

Love International timetable - Sunrise Sessions
Sunrise Sessions

Love International Timetable

If you’ve already got all your festival and flight tickets booked, then you’ll need to be heading over to the festival website at www.loveinternationalfestival.com pronto! The full Love International timetable has now been released; it shows what’s going on every day and night of the mesmeric week.

Love International Line-Up

And there will be a truly amazing line-up to enjoy! Artists appearing at this year’s Love International include everyone from DJ Harvey, Andrew Weatherall, Ben UFO, Peggy Gou, A Love From Outer Space, Craig Richards B2B Nicolas Lutz, Beautiful Swimmers, Horse Meat Disco, Crazy P Soundsystem, Leon Vynehall, Midland and Shanti Celeste B2B Saoirse, through to some outstanding new artists breaking through, including Peach, Omar, Budino, Ivna Ji and Lucjia

Love International timetable - Peggy Gou
Peggy Gou
Love International timetable - Beautiful Swimmers
Beautiful Swimmers

Beautiful Swimmers are the latest artists to contribute to the recently launched label series which invites some influential artists from the festival to curate the music they feel best represents Love International. Their new compilation from Test Pressing features eleven tracks including edits and original material taking in an odyssey of funk, soul, disco, house and Balearic music, with tracks including Harlem Gem – More Than You Can Wish, KW Griff – Be Ya Girl and Spirit Garden – Electra City. This follows on from the Gatto Fritto debut.

Buying tickets for Love International

As mentioned, a very limited number of tickets are still available for the festival. These cost €150 (+ booking fee) and can be purchased at loveinternationalfestival.com/buy-tickets/.

There are also still a few final boat party tickets on sale, which can be found here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/promoter.aspx?id=79131. These boat parties are always a defining element of the week-long festival experience. A voyage (or two!) on the legendary sea dogs The Argonaughty and The Martina are essential for any festival attendee.

More on Love International

Love International is set in the stunning coastal village of Tisno (about halfway between Split and Zadar), and is the perfect combination of a festival and a holiday as one. The event is an adventure under the sun and stars like no other, sound-tracked by some of the finest purveyors across a range of sound from across the spectrum. The sparkling Adriatic is a spectacular backdrop to all the festival goings-on, whilst there’s some epic nights to be had at the on site awe-inspiring open-air club, Barbarella’s. Not forgetting the intimate and secluded moments across the idyllic site, of course – the festival illuminates and dazzles at each turn.

Love International - Barbarella's at dawn
Barbarella’s at dawn
Love International - The Olive Grove
The Olive Grove

All details about Love International can be found on the official website loveinternationalfestival.com.

And for all those attending – we just know you’ll have an epic time!

Love International
Tisno, 3rd – 10th July 2019
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2019 Love International Sunrise Sessions Announced

There’s only a few months to go to the fourth edition of Love International (Tisno, 3rd – 10th July 2019). And whilst most details of the festival have been announced – from the superb line-up, to the club shows at the legendary Barbarella’s, to the spectacular boat parties – this week info on the Love International Sunrise Sessions was revealed.

Love International Sunrise Sessions

These early morning parties start at 6am each day and last until midday, and are held down at the pine-shaded beach. They’re the perfect way to start each day at the festival, if you’re an early riser; perhaps you won’t even have even gone to bed yet, so they can also be a fantastic way to “end the day”! The sessions in fact complete a 24-hour cycle of music each day at Love International, meaning there’s something going on all the time – whether that’s on the beach stage, at the mesmeric Olive Grove, during the pulsating boat parties on the Adriatic, on the headline Garden Stage, in the open-air club, Barbarella’s, or at the Terraza booth up at the restaurant.

Test Pressing’s Piers and Paul to explain the magic of the Love International Sunrise Sessions:

“Love International isn’t the kind of festival to tell you when to enjoy your music. If you want to get up fresh and early and get stuck into a music breakfast buffet well, you can. Similarly, if you’re one of the post-Barbarella’s, no sleep till lunchtime rogues, we have you covered. Together with Test Pressing, we’re super-excited to present the new and improved Sunrise Sessions for 2019 – taking the festival full circle, musique non-stop, for those who want it.

“Set in a scenic grove of trees directly next to the Adriatic Sea and with a musical soundtrack aimed at the bit between your head and your feet (your heart?), we’ve handpicked some very special DJs to provide the backdrop for this very special part of the day. People who play to the mind, body and soul. So, in no particular order… From Japan we have Powder, who’s pretty, trippy vibes are sure to sound stellar in these beautiful surroundings. From Amsterdam, Red Light Radio’s Orpheu the Wizard given a chance to flex the furthest reaches of his truly expansive record collection. From L.A and fresh from Coachella, homegirl Heidi Lawden who’s stepping out to become a major league DJ. 

“Returning once again we have our favourite morning maestros. Switzerland’s Lexx who plays a refined, classy blend of Balearic and dub is 100% tried and tested, signed, sealed and delivered. Begin (AKA James Holroyd) from Manchester, Balearic stalwart and the DJ the Chemical Brothers turn to when they need the perfect introduction. Apiento, the man behind Test Pressing and that ‘Things We Do For Love’ release on World Building which might be getting a couple of plays… Added to that we have Peter Leung, Adriatic Social Club, Toby Tobias & Piers Soft Rocks taking you though to noon. 

“To round things off perfectly on Monday, we have the much-loved Dub Version with world famous names playing music for the heart and soul. DJs Gerd Janson, Craig Richards, Felix Dickinson, Dave Harvey, Galen, Chris Farrell and Jake Holdtight flexing the ital vitals without exception. These are unmissable musical mornings brought to you by some of the finest around.

“Come down and enjoy the sunrise with Test Pressing. A good, good feeling, guaranteed.”

Love International Sunrise Sessions
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Love International Sunrise Sessions

Thursday 4th July – Test Pressing
Begin, Lexx, Apiento, Adriatic Social Club

Friday 5th July – Test Pressing
Powder, Apiento, Piers Soft Rocks, Peter Leung


Love International - Apiento
Apiento

Saturday 6th July – Test Pressing
Orpheu The Wizard, Heidi Lawton, Apiento, Piers Soft Rocks and Toby Tobias

Sunday 7th July – Love International Recordings
Beautiful Swimmers (4 hour set), Gatto Fritto, Begin

Love International - Beautiful Swimmers
Beautiful Swimmers

Monday 8th July – Reggae/Dub Version
Craig Richards and Dave Harvey, Gerd Janson, Felix Dickinson, Galen, Jake Holdtight, Chris Farrell

Tickets for Love International

Tickets for Love International can be bought online here. An 8-day festival pass costs €150 (plus booking fee). Tickets for Barbarella’s and boat parties are sold separately. Individual day tickets for the festival are also available.

Love International Sunrise Sessions
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More info on Love International

Full details can be found on the official website, and check them out on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with all the latest news.

Love International 2019 Boat Parties

Love International 2019 Boat Parties Revealed!

There’s festivals in Croatia and then there’s boat parties at festivals in Croatia. A core component of any Croatian festival, the Love International 2019 boat parties are absolutely essential if you’re heading down to Tisno this summer for the festival. (3rd – 10th July 2019)

The Love International 2019 boat parties will be setting sail on the legendary sea dogs The Argonaughty and The Martina. What better way to experience both Love International and the gorgeous Adriatic waters?

Love International 2019 Boat Parties

These boat parties gather together 200 revellers for four hours, weaving past islands and gliding on the sparkling sea. With parties setting sail day and night, there’s some magic happening for every event whether it’s under the sun or the stars. Great music which inspires those behind the decks as well as those in front of them; its not just the DJs that will really be letting loose.

Now in its fourth year, Love International have once more presented an eclectic boat party programme with like-minded collectives, labels and parties who help form the festival’s ethos.

Love International 2019 Boat Party Timetable

Setting sail on Argonaughty…

Thurs 4th July, 2-6pm – Housework with Shanti Celeste, Golesworthy, Daisy Moon and Gramrcy
Thurs 4th July, 7-11pm – Leftfoot with Young Marco, Matt Beck and Adam Regan

Friday 5th July, 2-6pm – R&S Records with The Maghreban and Andy Whitaker
Friday 5th July, 7-11pm – Magic Door with Maxxi Soundsystem, Dukes of Hazard, Itchy Rich

Saturday 6th July, 2-6pm – Lowlife x DTTS with Balearic Mike, Bill Brewster, Frank Broughton, Kelvin Andrews
Saturday 6th July, 7-11pm – Resident Advisor with Midland and Ciel

Sunday 7th July, 2-6pm – Flux with Dan Shake, Desert Sound Colony, Tristan da Cuhna, Flux DJs
Sunday 7th July, 7-11pm – Futureboogie with Felix Dickinson, Dave Harvey, Christophe

Monday 8th July, 2-6pm – Chapter 10 Gay Pleasure Cruise with Wes Baggaley, Dan Beaumont, Charlie Porter, hosted by A Man To Pet
Monday 8th July, 7-11pm – Opium with HAAi, Manfredas and Vidis

Tuesday 9th July, 2-6pm – Homoelectric with Gina Breeze, Jamie Bull and Will Tramp
Tuesday 9th July, 7-11pm – HMS Respectable Deep Sea Cruising with 90s/00s guilty pleasures

Wednesday 10th July, 2pm – 6pm and 8pm-10pm – Wilde Renate Secret Island with Peak and Swift and Cyranotaurus Cortex
Wednesday 10th July, 6pm – 10pm – Secret Island with Axel Boman and Alison Swing

Love International 2019 Boat Parties
The Martina © Photography by Jake Davis for Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Setting sail on The Martina…

Thursday 4th July, 3-7pm – Origins with Hodge and Bruce
Thursday 4th July, 8-midnight – Tone Dropout with Alphonse, Craig Bratley and Sween

Friday 5th July, 3-7pm – ESP Institute with Roman Flügel, Lovefingers and Heidi Lawden
Friday July 5th, 8-midnight – Wigflex with Craig Richards and Lukas Wigflex

Saturday 6th July, 3-7pm – Make Me with Leon Vynehall B2B Moxie, Make Me
Saturday 6th July, 8-midnight – Dance With Pride with Paramida, OK Williams and Lucija

Sunday 7th July, 3-7pm – MUSU with Saoirse and MUSU Residents

Sunday 8th July, 8 – midnight – Bears In Space with Kornel Kovacs, Victor Rodrigeuz and Chris Bowen

Wednesday 10th July, 2pm – 6pm and 8pm-midnight – Love International Recordings with Ruf Dug

Love International 2019 Boat Parties
Midland and Octo © Photography Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Love International 2019 Boat Party Tickets

Tickets go on sale at 10am, Tuesday 2nd April at loveinternationalfestival.com/buy-tickets.

More on Love International

Check out our guide to Love International or see other festival announcements from the past few months: Love International 2019 – First artists revealed, 2019 Love International Line-Up – Full Announcement and Love International Shows at Barbarella’s Club Revealed.

And do of course also check them out on their website, as well as on Facebook and Twitter.

Love International
Tisno, 3rd – 10th July 2019
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Love International Barbarella's

Love International shows at Barbarella’s club revealed

Love International 2019 (3rd – 10th July, Tisno) is well on its well to producing another epic festival experience for its fourth edition. Not long after revealing the full line-up of acts to be playing at this year’s event, there’s news of the shows that will be taking place at the spectacular, on-site nightclub Barbarella’s.

The programme opens on Wednesday 3rd July with Percolate, who bring Tisno fave Young Marco, genre-blender and NTS host Peach, Krywald & Farrer and Raw Silk. Thursday 4th is a Crack Magazine get together, with electronic music innovator Call Super headlining, and the return of one of last year’s outstanding duos going back to back again, Shanti Celeste and Saoirse, plus Hessel Audio’s Bruce supports. Then Friday 5th July sees a truly iconic artist taking over for a full 6 hours. DJ Harvey presides over an eclectic and electric session, his crate-digging magic spanning across disco, house and classics. This is the first time DJ Harvey is back in Barbarella’s since he played the final ever Garden Festival set back in 2015. 

Love International Barbarella's
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Saturday 6th sees the annual Resident Advisor party. And there’s a true enduring man of the moment to take control; Midland’s journey continues to evolve as he pushes the boundaries as far as possible, an instrumental figure in music. Joining him is Eris Drew, the high priestess of spiritual love and the Motherbeat, and Ciel curates Toronto’s acclaimed Work in Progress party series. Next up, Craig Richards brings his The Nothing Special to the club, going back to back with Nicolas Lutz with an extended set on Sunday 7th July. Panama’s feted vinyl specialist Omar joins them. Monday 8th is all about Futureboogie, and the innovative outfit brings Ruf Dug’s analogue heat and weirdness who is releasing on the label soon, whilst Powder – one of last summer’s many highlights – returns to the club. Dave Harvey and Christophe rounds things off. The last show of the series features Love International regulars Horse Meat Disco back for another all-night long stint, as the guys lay down pumping disco and joyous house to bring the series of club shows to an epic finale.

Barbarella's at Love International
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Love International Barbarella’s Club Shows for 2019

Wednesday 3rd July / Crew: Percolate
Lineup: Young Marco
Peach
Krywald & Farrer
Raw Silk

Thursday 4th July / Crew: Crack Magazine
Lineup:Call Super
Shanti Celeste b2b Saoirse
Bruce

Friday 5th July:DJ Harvey All Night Long

Saturday 6th July / Crew: Resident Advisor
Lineup:Midland
Eris Drew
Ciel

Sunday 7th July / Crew: The Nothing Special
Artists:Craig Richards b2b Nicolas Lutz
Omar

Monday 8th July / Crew: Futureboogie
Lineup:Ruf Dug
Powder
Dave Harvey & Christophe

Tuesday 9th July: Horse Meat Disco All Night Long

More information

For more information and to buy tickets for Love International, check out the official website.

Do also check out our guide to Love International!

Sonus Festival 2019

Last chance to buy tickets for Sonus Festival 2019

Sonus Festival 2019 (18th – 22nd August 2019, Zrce Beach Novalja) has had the most successful launch to date for its seventh edition, and is down to its final phase of tickets. If you’re umm-ing and ahh-ing about attending this year, you really don’t have much time to lose – tickets are sure to be sold out very soon!

As ever, Sonus Festival 2019 will be held in three open-air clubs on the gorgeous Zrce Beach in Novalja on the island of Pag. Spanning five days and nights in this amazing setting, and delivering a world-class calibre of artists and unbeatable programming under the sun, it’s no surprise that the festival was voted ‘Best Croatian Festival’ by the Ambassador Awards for the third year in a row.

Presented by #WELOVESOUND and Time Warp, the first wave of acts on the bill have already been announced. Phase two is due very soon – keep your ears open for announcements!

Sonus Festival 2019 Line-Up

As mentioned, the first wave of artists have already been confirmed, and there’s some very exciting names of the bill. Following an impeccable debut at last year’s Sonus, Belgium’s biggest breakthrough techno DJ/producer of the year Amelie Lens is back for her second time at the festival. Joining her are legendary Sonus mainstays and scene pioneers Richie Hawtin and Sven Vath. Dystopian head-honcho Rødhåd returns for his trademark storming techno, alongside Berghain favourites Chris Liebing, Len Faki, the almighty Dax J and Klockworksboss Ben Klock who willdescend on his first time at the festival to deliver his hard-hitting breed of techno.

Minimal house will be well-catered for as ever at Sonus Festival 2019. The first names to drop are some of the scene’s most revered acts including leading lady Sonja Moonear and Parisien collective Apollonia. Close friend of the festival, Ricardo Villalobos will be back to deliver one of his incomparable sets alongside label partner and Perlon boss, Zip.

Following a successful Ibiza season, Afterlife bosses Tale of Us return with their expert signature selections as does Mosaic mastermind Maceo Plex Desolat head-honcho Loco Dice and long-time friend of the festival, Solomun. Seth Troxler is back in 2019 alongside close affiliates Jamie Jones and Paradise regulars Richy Ahmed and Patrick Topping. UK techno auteur Daniel Avery will play Sonus for the first time as will Stockholm’s La Fleur.

ANTS frontman Andrea Oliva is confirmed for proceedings alongside duo Adriatique and Diynamic’s Magdalena. Music On boss Marco Carola returns alongside fellow Italian stalwart Joseph Capriati and breakthrough house and techno selector Luigi Madonna.

Tickets for Sonus Festival 2019

As mentioned, only phase 3 tickets are available to buy. Priced at €199, these include all five days and five nights of the festival and entry to all parties and clubs.

For something a bit more special, there are also VIP tickets priced at €269. These offer fast lane entry to all clubs, as well as access to VIP areas and separate bars.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.sonus-festival.com/tickets.

More on Sonus Festival 2019

For full information about the festival, check out the official website or look them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Soundcloud!

Do also check out our guide to Sonus Festival.

Sonus Festival 2019
18th – 22nd August 2019
Zrce Beach, Novalja
www.sonus-festival.com

Dimensions Festival 2019 - Credit: Callum Chaplin

All star line up for Dimensions Festival 2019

This year’s Dimensions Festival (28th August – 1st September 2019) will be its last to take place at the wonderful Fort Punta Christo site near Pula in Istria. And Dimensions’ organisers have announced an amazing all star line up for this final year – its eighth, no less – at the fort!

Dimensions Festival 2019 - Credit: Callum Chaplin
Credit: Callum Chaplin

Another 7,000 ravers will unite at Fort Punta Christo this year to enjoy some of the best names from the electronic underground. This spectacular abandoned fortress offers up plenty of unique arenas – Noah’s Ballroom, The Void, The Garden, Subdub Arena and of course the 80-foot Moat, stacked high with speakers. Not forgetting the seaside chilling during the day and sunset beach sessions available at Dimensions too.

Names on the bill this year include Jeff Mills, Omar-S, HuneePeggy GouLarry Heard aka Mr. Fingers live, Nina Kraviz, Paula TempleJoy OrbisonGilles PetersonCall SuperZipMr.Scruff, Andrew Weatherall, Craig Richards amongst many others – Dimensions Festival 2019 is sure to be an excellent send off for Fort Punta Christo.

To get a feel for the event, check out the line-up announcement video below:

Dimensions Festival 2019 Line Up

As ever, Dimensions will kick things off with an opening concert on the first night (28th August) in the gorgeous 2000-year-old amphitheatre in Pula, the Area. Setting the tone for the weekend, one of electronic music’s most notable names, Jeff Mills will be performing, joined by one of the most iconic drummers from the past century, Tony Allen. Joining them on the bill is Objekt, who will perform tracks from his critically acclaimed album with a new live show. Hunee also joins providing his perfect blend of soulful house and disco.

Dimensions Festival 2019 - Credit: Callum Chaplin
Credit: Callum Chaplin

The festival itself will continue to span house, electro, techno, acid, DnB, ambient and jazz, bringing together artists from all over the globe. Joining for each outing since its conception, Hessle Audio are back in the Moat with Ben UFOPearson Sound and Pangaea. Following stand-out appearances at last year’s festival, fellow electronic enthusiast Batu is also along for the ride showcasing his Timedance sound. Korean-born, Berlin based selector Peggy Gou will also be making a return to the festival, not forgetting Nina Kraviz who is an essential booking for the final send off following b2b performances in the Moat and Clearing for the last two years. Staple selectors Andrew WeatherallVladimir Ivkovic and Identified Patient will be providing selections in the weird and wonderful, with sounds connecting everything from post punk and ebm to breaks and techno. Returning to Dimensions after a short hiatus, techno pioneer Blawan joins for the final outing as well DVS1, making a debut appearance at the fort. London born, Berlin based Call Super is also on hand to take ravers on a journey til the early hours, as is Joy Orbison.

Dimensions Festival 2019 - Credit: Dan Medhurst
Dimensions Festival 2019 – Credit: Dan Medhurst

Red Bull Music Academy alumni and Apeiron crew member Courtesy will be returning, alongside fellowalumni and label partner Solid Blake. Long term Fabric resident Craig Richards will be providing the late night arm raisers with an epic b2b with Nicolas Lutz whose taste revolves around the outskirts of dance floor culture. Elsewhere Stones Throw’s epitome of good times and lord-of-funk, Dam-Funk is welcomed back with open arms.  

On a darker tip, is the return of DnB pioneer dBridge, joined by fellow peers FixateSkeptical andSP:MCMumdance is also on duty drawing from grime, techno, hardcore and more. Bass weight and dub-heavy selections come from Deep Medi label boss and DMZ co-founder Mala alongside Commodo –known for pushing the boundaries in post-dubstep.

Not forgetting electro, Dimensions welcome back DJ Stingray, one of the champions of the Detroit sound, while DJ Bone demonstrates a rare insight into his collection of electro records. An ever-popular choice for fans of the sound, DMX Krew performs live electro with a twist, who will grace the festival alongside electro pioneer Radioactive Man, also performing a special live show.

House heads are in for a treat, as Chicago house legend Larry Heard aka Mr Fingers joins the final fort send-off. It doesn’t stop there, dancers can move to the eclectic, soulful sounds of music counessioursHunee and Brownswood label owner Gilles Peterson, with Omar-S delivering that signature Detroit sound. Elsewhere, body-moving selections are guaranteed from two of London’s indomitable DJ’s Jane Fitz and Josey Rebelle, who earned her stripes at the infamous London club Plastic People, while two of Canada’s finest house exports Ciel and feel good selector Jayda G join for debut appearances. Brothers and Detroit techno legends Octave One bring their live set to the festival, while self-confessednoisician Paula Temple and one of the people’s favourites from 2019, Croatian legend Petar Dundov andSkee Mask are on hand for a voyage in techno, as is Peach Discs’ label boss Shanti Celeste and Canadian ball of energy Peach. Outer limit techno advocate Karen Gwyer is set to surprise fans with her live set, whilst woman of the hour Object Blue makes her Dimensions debut. Genre-bending Saoirse, whose selections span electro, house, dub, jazz and everything in between, will be joined by Swedish native SPFDJ who merges the fringes of techno, acid, hardcore and trance, alongside Manchester noise electro artist Afrodeutsche.   Very rare appearances come from two of the Perlon family as label boss Zip, who has been educating ravers since the 80s, joins Tokyo based Fumiya Tanaka alongside label-mate Binh for a special Perlon showcase. An unmissable stop for fans of the deep, dubbed-out, house-sound synonymous with the label. On a Northern soulful tip are Manchester hip hop stars Children of Zeus, who areheading back to Dimensions with vinyl aficionado Mr. Scruff. The festival is excited to welcome Sadar Bahar whose taste spans gospel, funk, disco, jazz and soul. Also on hand are NTS’ Donna Leake and Melodies International label head Mafalda. London’s hotly tipped jazz crew Steam Down Orchestra are making their first appearance at the festival with a live performance while West African disco and soul enthusiast Awesome Tapes From Africa returns to the fort.

Dimensions Festival 2019 - Credit: Danijel Bartolic
Credit: Danijel Bartolic

Tickets for Dimensions Festival 2019

Early bird tickets for the event cost £120 (+ booking fee) and can also be purchased via a payment plan.

For £160 (+ booking fee), you will get a full festival pass, access to the Dimensions campsite and a ticket to the opening concert.

Tickets to the opening concert can also be purchased separately.

All tickets can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Dim19_tkts. Be sure to snap them up soon!

Dimensions Festival 2019

More info on Dimensions Festival

See our guide to Dimensions Festival to find out more details of how to get to the festival and where to stay.

Full information on the festival can also be found on the official website, with all the latest updates on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Outlook Festival 2019 Credit: Dan Medhurst

Outlook Festival 2019 announces first names for final year at Fort Punta Christo

Outlook Festival (4th – 9th September 2019)  – one of the longest running festivals in Croatia – has announced some of the first names that will be appearing at this year’s event. Now in its 12th year, this will be the last festival to be held at Fort Punta Christo near Pula.

Amongst the names to appear at Outlook this year include Chase & Status, Bugzy Malone, Goldie (Live), Ghetts, Andy C, Shy FX and Mala.

Check out this video to see for yourself some of the names appearing at Outlook this year…and to get a feel for the festival!

With a deep admiration for sound system culture, Outlook festival champions the scene’s hottest talent and newcomers alike – uniting thousands of bass lovers for four days and nights soundtracked by high grade sound systems channelling dubstep, house, bass, garage, grime, hip-hop, DnB and everything in between.

Waving goodbye to Fort Punta Christo, Outlook is making sure its final year at the fort will be one to be remembered.

Outlook Festival 2019

Outlook Festival 2019 Line Up

As ever, the opening concert that kicks of the proceedings of Outlook will be at the stunning Arena – the Roman amphitheatre – in Pula. This year, Ram records label boss Andy C, South London rapper Loyle Carner, drum and bass master Shy FX performing live with his Ragamuffin Soundsystem, festival stalwarts Gentleman’s Dub Club and rising vocal talent Flohio will all join the final show in the stunning 2000-year-old amphitheatre.

But the rest of the festival is just as thrilling. This year sees some of the most exciting talent head to the fort including drum and bass duo Chase & Status making their debut with a RTRN II JUNGLE dj set, Manchester’s quick fire rapper Bugzy Malone, and DnB royalty and MBE holder Goldie performing live celebrating 25 years of Metalheadz.

Outlook Festival 2019 Credit: Perry Gibson

Credit: Perry Gibson

A solid crew of grime & rap talent joins this year’s edition, with figureheads Ghetts and D Double E representing East London. North Manchester’s hardest barrer Aitch and rising rapper Unknown T will be playing this year’s edition, whilst MCs Killa P, Irah and Flirta D are not to be missed. With beginnings in jungle/DnB and now firmly representing the grime scene, President T will be back at Outlook, alongside West London’s Big Zuu. On a hip-hop flex, DJ Amy Becker will be bringing her selections to the Adriatic coast, championing the new gen sound, elsewhere Estonian rap prince & rising star Tommy Cash will be sharing to the stage DIY popstar Jimothy Lacoste. Northern heroes Children of Zeus return to Outlook with their genre-spanning jazz infused hip hop whilst, soulful singer Eliza and South London’s Flohio and Sam Wise will touch the mic with their raw and poetic bars.

Supporting music from grassroots up, Outlook showcases some of the most notable names the drum and bass scene has to offer and this year is no different, inviting founding father Grooverider. Shy FX, a regular to the festival is also billed to play, alongside intelligent drum and bass stalwart LTJ Bukem. Calibre will also be bringing his signature liquid DnB sound. Take a trip down memory lane with Randall who will be joined by dBridge, championing the low frequency sound and The North Quarter label boss Lenzman.

Repping the roots and dub is reggae’s finest Sister Nancy & Legal Shot Sound who will be joined by Iration Steppas, Channel One and Mungo’s Hifi. Standout vocalist Eva Lazarus will make her return to Outlook alongside dancehall mainstay Seanie B.

Dubstep pioneer and Deep Medi boss Mala returns alongside Tempa affiliates Youngsta and Hatcha. Elsewhere Rusko, Joker, V.I.V.E.K, Commodo and Truth are joined by dubstep duo Sicaria Sound.

Expect sonic explorations from Holy Goof, who will be taking things darker and deeper, meanwhile innovative producer Alix Perez heads back to the festival – not to mention Ninja Tune veteran The Bug. Sound system dons O.B.F will be bringing along The 1 Crew whilst staple figure to the scene Zed Bias will provide non stop bass heavy anthems. Veteran Paradox will perform live, as well as Sam Binga – an unstoppable force in the bass music scene. On MC duties expect none other than Sgt. Pokes and SP:MC, Blackeye, Tempza & Pean.

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Credit: Callum Chaplin

Making their return to Outlook, Kurupt FM’s very own Decoy & Seapa (MC Grindah) join a number of artists making a nod back to the old school days of pirate radio with plenty of selections coming from Matt Jam Lamont, Hollie Cook and Outlook mainstays 24 Hr Garage Girls. Known just as much for shelling out house & bassline as much as 2-step & jungle Jossy Mitsu – Astral Black affiliate rounds of the bill.

Getting to Outlook

Pula Airport is the nearest to the festival site, and there’s plenty of flights to here from the UK, Ireland and elsewhere in Europe – see our Getting to Istria page for more details. That page also gives you details of flying to other nearby airports such as Trieste, Venice Treviso or Venice Marco Polo.

Outlook Festival site Credit: Digital Anthill

Credit: Digital Anthill

Outlook Festival also organise coach packages and flight packages – see outlookfestival.com/travel for more details.

Tickets for Outlook 2019

Tickets for the festival cost from £120 and can be purchased online at bit.ly/Out19_tkts. You can also get a festival and opening concert ticket and camping pass together and save over £30!

Tickets are selling fast, so act fast to snap some up for an exciting final year at Outlook’s stunning Fort Punta Christo location!

Outlook Festival 2019 Credit: Dan Medhurst

Credit: Dan Medhurst

More on Outlook Festival 2019

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Outlook Festival
4th – 9th September 2019
Fort Punta Christo
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Love International - Credit Carys Huws

2019 Love International Line Up – Full Announcement

Some very happy news for the New Year – the full reveal of the Love International line-up for the 2019 festival (3rd – 10th July 2019) has been announced!

Now in its 4th year, this taste-maker on the Croatian festival scene perfectly combines a harmonious holiday and the best of global electronic dance music culture for a week of pure escapism. Music lovers and adventure seekers alike unite under the sun and stars, revelling in everything Love International has to offer. Last year’s event sold out in record time, and we’re sure Love International 2019 will sell out just as quick. (So snap up your tickets pronto!)

Love International Line Up 2019

The festival team are very proud to reveal the full list of artists joining them this summer in Tisno on the stunning Dalmatian coastline – read on below to see who’ll be playing.

2019 Love International Line Up – Debuts galore and the return of favourites

Excitingly, there’s a whole host of acts that will be making their Love International debut this year. Firstly, DJ Harvey embodies hedonism, rich emotion and escapism in his legendary extended sets, and he plays all night long in Barbarella’s. Peggy Gou will be making her debut with old-skool Chicago house, Detroit techno and African influences, whilst A Love From Outer Space chart cosmic journeys over many hours, with Andrew Weatherall and Sean Johnston at the mesmerizingly low BPM helm. Love International regular Craig Richards is a true pioneer fully immersed in the electronic music scene, playing an extended set with debutant Nicolas Lutz in the club, whilst fellow long-time Tisno crew Crazy P Soundsystem bring their insanely catchy disco, masterfully transcends genres both in his DJ sets and through his esteemed releases, and Leon Vynehall’s cerebral productions and sets have seen his stature continue to rise. And channelling everything from a Eurythmics classic to rare Goan trance, Vladimir Ivkovic plays an extended set with Ivan Smagghe.

Love International Line Up 2019 - Peggy Gou

Peggy Gou

Love International Line Up 2019 - DJ Harvey

DJ Harvey

Next there’s Roman Flügel, a chameleon crossing many styles from ambient, house, techno, electro and leftfield, and fellow genre master Young Marco is an obsessive crate-digger with his own unique taste, segueing across styles with ease. British duo Paranoid London fashion sleazy acid sounds and make a very welcome live return, as does perennial fave and Running Back’s Gerd Janson, whilst Optimo’s eclecticism is inspired from their epic Espacio sessions. Dan Shake is known as the first ever non-Detroit artist to be signed to Moodymann’s prestigious label, Prosumer is an almost permanently annually fixture who always enhances the festival’s disco DNA, and debutant Haai’s Phonox residency has really made her name, the avid collector of everything from Thai and Turkish funk to tripped-out psychedelic records always keeping things fresh. Don’t forget a string of much-anticipated debuts from DMX Krew, Orpheu the Wizard, Manfredas, Justin Cudmore and more.

Further artists include Axel Boman, one third of the sublime Swedish label and DJ-crew Studio Barnhus, working with Kornél Kovács whose sets are adventurous as they are hypnotizing. CC:Disco is a Melbourne native channelling modern soul, house and boogie, and poised on the dystopian edges of techno, Hodge’s productions and DJ sets carry an unremitting sense of energy, whilst Lovefingers is regularly billed as one of the top DJs in Los Angeles, and Man Power’s Me Me label is making waves.

Vinyl archivist, musical curator and Block 9 rocker Gideön is a fine purveyor deep house, roots, reggae, acid house, disco and soul and Willow is one of the most compelling producers to arrive in the last few years, contrasted to Bruce’s rhythmic techno, UK garage, bass and IDM. Bill Brewster is the original chronicler of clubland’s history, fellow legend Begin curated the brilliant Love Int EP in May last year, and Ciel is a DJ, producer, radio host, creator of Toronto’s Work in Progress party series.

Darshan Jesrani is one half of celebrated deep house duo Metro Area, just as Eric Duncan is one of half of Rub n Tug – both are hugely respected artists returning to the festival. Fantastic Man is renowned for his expansive selections, from ambient new-age trips to tribal acid extravaganzas, and with Melbourne cohort Francis Inferno Orchestra they work together on their label, Superconscious Records. Felix Dickinson has been part of the UK’s underground dance scene for the last 3 decades to great acclaim, and Gatto Fritto curated the sublime Love Int comp. Next up, Paramida’s take on house and disco is filtered through her label, Love on the Rocks, Peverelist is the lynchpin in modern Bristolian electronic music, and Powder is looking like being one of the hottest artists of 2019, back after her sensational boat party last summer.

Sharif Laffrey is one of the most important players in the Detroit scene, and fellow State-side spinner Solar is one of San Fran’s longest serving DJs. Tristan Da Cuhna is a Back 2 Basics legend, whilst The Maghreban is one of the most unique and respected beat makers working in house and techno, through to Fabrizio Mammarella who produces as Telespazio or one half of Black Spuma, alongside Lauer. Derek Carr immerses himself in 80s/early 90s Detroit sounds, and Desert Sound Colony originates a unique feel that melds psychedelic guitar influences and hazy post-club beats. And known for her vast eclectic taste in music and weekly show The Magic Roundabout on dublab, Heidi Lawden makes a very welcome return to Love International. There are 100s more artists performing over the week, and final names will be announced later this spring.

Tom Paine, one of the festival’s co-founders, explains:

“We love it when people fully immerse themselves in Tisno and the festival. It’s such a beautiful picture postcard place, a gorgeous backdrop, with little coves and hideaways and places to discover. And further afield, there are islands, cities and beaches ready for exploration too.”

With intimate beach-side dancing, pulsating boat parties on the Adriatic, the mesmeric Olive Grove, the headline Garden Stage and of course not forgetting the iconic open-air club, Barbarella’s, Love International 2019 is sure to be as sensational as ever.

Love International © Photography by Jake Davis for Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

© Photography by Jake Davis for Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Love International © Photography by Jake Davis for Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Credit: Here & Now (fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Tickets for Love International 2019

Tickets cost £135 for the full 8-day pass, with boat parties and club shows extra. Tickets can be purchased on www.loveinternationalfestival.com.

More on Love International 2019

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Love International - Credit Carys Huws

Credit: Carys Huws

Love International
Tisno, 3rd – 10th July 2019
www.loveinternationalfestival.com

Love International 2019

Love International 2019 – First artists revealed

Hot on the heels of another glorious outing on the Croatian coast, Love International 2019 has already revealed the first wave of acts that will be appearing during their magical week next year – 3rd to 10th July 2019 in Tisno.

Now in its 4th season, Love International 2019 will continue to embrace a peerless array of sounds and styles across a scintillating spectrum, from disco, house and techno, through to dub, reggae, funk and Balearic. All the most brilliant parts of the festival will be present – from the pulsating boat parties to intimate beach-side dancing, the main Garden Stage to the the mesmeric Olive Grove and definitely not forgetting the iconic open-air club, Barbarella’s.

Love International 2019

Love International is a holiday and a festival merged into one – set in a gorgeous location on the Adriatic coast in the picturesque little town of Tisno. It is no wonder that music lovers and adventure seekers from all over Europe and even further beyond descend for a truly magical week under the sun and stars, weaving together a genuine sense of community, kinship and connection into all who attend.

Love International 2019 – First artists revealed

Outright electronic music pioneer Ben UFO is one third of Hessle Audio and an annual Love International fixture, with intimate knowledge of the festival. A legend in every sense, Andrew Weatherall, will be playing for the first time at the festival. From Boys’ Own to Shoom filtered through Two Lone Swordsmen, he has worked with everyone from New Order to Primal Scream to Villalobos. His extended sets capture a deeper and more spiritual experience. Next up, Harry – aka Midland – is a Love Int icon, with his genre-weaving and joyous back to back sets bring a raw sense of abandon each time, whilst Shanti Celeste is a veteran in four to the floor dance music, cultivating house, techno, garage and electro classics. Beautiful Swimmers’ cult following savours their richly textured odysseys, through to Love Int faves Horse Meat Disco bringing buckets of dazzling disco and amped-up house, to a techno innovator of sublime electronic beauty, Call Super. There’s a debut from Nicolas Lutz, whose sets deep with rich detail, and Ivan Smagghe is a DJ’s DJ pure and simple, making a very rare Croatian appearance.

DMX Krew has over twenty-five years of electronic music innovation, a prominent artist on Aphex Twin’s legendary ‘Rephlex’ imprint and also the founder of both Breakin’ Records and Fresh UP. NTS’s Moxie is champion of independent dance music, and Ruf Dug brings the leftfield – expect dusty analogue disco dreamers and poolside Balearic belters. Saoirse is one of the most revered spinners around, whist co-founder of Red Light Radio, Orpheu The Wizard, is a key figure in Amsterdam’s underground music and makes his debut.

Rinse FM’s Josey Rebelle is a Sunday morning purveyor of quality electronic music and hangover; she joins the dots between house, techno, disco and more. Powder is a Love Int legend in the making after her boat party performance. Then four further debutants line up: Lithuanian native Manfredas is behind the seminal Smala party at Opium Club; CC:Disco is a Melbourne native channelling modern soul, house and boogie; Ciel is a DJ, producer, radio host, creator of Toronto’s Work in Progress party series, and co-founder of collective It’s Not U It’s Me; Justin Cudmore is a stalwart of the Wrecked, Queen!, Horse Meat Disco, Hot Mass and Club Toilet parties, and a member of the NYC Bunker Crew; and Willow is one of the most compelling producers to arrive in the last few years. Finally Gatto Fritto is back, the esteemed curator of the first Sound Of Love International compilation released earlier in the year.

Tom Paine, one of the festival’s co-founders, explains:

“We are all immensely proud of our first names for summer 2019 in Tisno. It’s a really great mix of debutants, old faces and new friends coming to join us for our 4th year. We also are fully committed to developing the sense of community which really bloomed this summer, we want everyone who comes to feel unity and to feel free. It’s really important for us to keep exploring new sounds at the festival – for example the dub, reggae and Sunrise Sessions will be enhanced again for 2019. This year we invested more in the production too, especially at the Beach Stage where we moved the booth down to the water level, making it much more intimate. We also enhanced the Garden Stage and added extra detail across the whole site. We will be enhancing this even further next year.”

Tickets for Love International 2019

Tickets are currently on sale at www.loveinternationalfestival.com. A 8 day full festival pass costs £135 (boat parties and club shows are extra).

Relive Love International 2018

For anyone wanting to look back – or rather, listen back – on some of the standout moments from this year’s festival, check out these NTS mixes here: www.nts.live/shows/love-international-2018. Sets are from Shanti Celeste, Ben UFO and Craig Richards, Daniele Baldelli, Khruangbin, Begin, Powder and Lexx.

More on Love International

Check out all the festival details at www.loveinternationalfestival.com and also look them up on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news!

Love International 2019
3rd – 10th July 2019
Tisno
www.loveinternationalfestival.com

Dimensions Festival

Dimensions Festival reveals stage breakdowns and takeovers

News is in from this year’s Dimensions Festival (29th August – 2nd September 2018) – a full run down of all the stage sets and takeovers has been revealed.

The day to day breakdowns for the ten stages have now been revealed – with takeovers from Hessle Audio, Zeezout, Resident Advisor, Stamp The Wax, Make Me, Electrix, Exit Records, JAW Family and more. Hosting acts include Underground Resistance, Peggy Gou, Nina Kraviz, Bonobo (All Night Long), Hunee, Jon Hopkins, Ben UFO, Saoirse, Maurice Fulton, Helena Hauff, DJ Stingray plus over 100 more acts.

About Dimensions

With no less than ten (ten!) stages at the Festival, Dimensions has fully confirmed its places as one of the most forward thinking electronic parties, bringing together the underground’s most dynamic, thoughtful and innovative artists.

Taking place over five days, the seventh Dimensions Festival will once more return to its idyllic abandoned fortress spot outside Istria’s main town Pula. All the old favourite Festival areas return, from the iconic Moat area through to the sun-kissed Beach stage. Attendees can discover fresh new breakout acts, or revisit classic talents that have laid the foundations.

As well at the main festival, Dimensions will also see a fantastic opening concert on the evening of Wednesday 29th August with Kraftwerk, Nils Frahm and Moodymann all performing.

Dimensions Stage Breakdowns

The Clearing

The Clearing will once again be delivering a quality set of names for 2018. Opening with a solid start, embrace the sounds of the motor city with Underground Resistance presents Depth Charge, plus electronica institutions Jon Hopkins and Petar Dundov. The Clearing starts as it means to go on with techno’s leading ladies Volvox and Nina Kraviz spinning all-encompassing electro, acid and beyond. Don’t miss mind live performances from Azymuth & Marcos Valle, The Comet is Coming andJames Holden & the Animal Spirits as well as angular beats from Avalon Emerson among Friday’s offerings. A testament to Dimensions’ diverse programming, catch DJ’s DJ Jon K, MXMJOY:[maximumjoy] and Rush Hour legend, Hunee, bringing those unforgettable, magic sunrise moments as well as Joe Claussell. The soundtrack to the final evening comes courtesy of Bonobo, playing all-night-long from soul and jazz, disco, house, electronica and beyond – in a way only he can.

The Garden Stage

The leafy GARDEN STAGE is another world within the festival. Lush green surroundings host an impactful set of names; starting with a journey through house, jazz and feel-good vibes galore straight from the Motor City, enter the Mahogani music godfather, Moodymann and vibe purveyors Amp Fiddlerand Marcellus Pittman. Eddy Ramich and legendary Leeds party crew, Cosmic Slop also join on Thursday. Friday we celebrate 30 Years of French institute, Rex Club with stellar selectors rRoxymore, Ash Lauryn, Gabriella Vergilov and Peggy Gou, while Saturday is and all-night affair on a cosmic tip with Margaret Dygas, Sonja Moonear, Ste Roberts and more on board. Finishing proceedings, rising talent and DJ Directory member Alex T and Mexico City’s underground hero, Leo Leal spin on Sunday night. A final treat for those in the know fabric kingpin, Craig Richards and wax wizard, Nicolas Lutz join forces to close the Garden with an over 5 hours of seam B2B blends.

The Void

A much loved zone with a mammoth sound system, The Void is a Dimensions arena that is loved by the masses, catering to the deeper, darker electronic palettes. First up to host is Resident Advisor, whereWillikens & Ivkovic go head to head with a genre-defying b2b session ahead of John Talabot. Hands in the air for Kuniyuki, and DJ Python’s reggaeton, deep house and breakbeat fusions. Catch Disco’s sweetheart IIl Bosco (Red Laser Disco), J.A.W. Family, Alexander Nut, Red Greg and Maurice Fultongracing the booth on Friday. A real underground affair is set for Saturday, one for electro aficionados, catch Chris CPU, Billy Nasty and Drexicyan explorations from the don, DJ Stingray, plus live sets for the modular heads; London Modular Alliance, Carl Finlow aka Silicon Scally and DMX Krew. Rounding off the weekend, is Dutch dream team, KAMMA and Masalo, local spinner, Ilija Rudman plus revered selectors, Palms Trax and Josey Rebelle.

The Moat

One of Dimensions most iconic arenas is The Moat; a 70 foot deep stage that is home to sounds that shake Pula to it’s core. With TRIP hosting first. Expect thundering techno and intergalactic explorations from Nina Kraviz. Joined by Detroit’s K-Hand, Bjarki and Volruptus (live), it’s Alien boogie from the off. Friday’s flavour electro and acid from old skool to new from Zeezout crew. Beat commander Helena Hauffheadlines, following Detroit In Effect, electro legends The Exaltics plus Courtesy and Daan Donk. JoinMassimo Mephisto and the festivals very own Dimensions Sound system, before a triple treat of rave obscurities, jagged beats and flat out belters from Discwoman’s Umfang and Anastasia Kristensenbefore high octane NRG from Paula Temple. Closing out on a high, embark on a final genre defying journey Sunday with the Hessle Audio power crew – Ploy, Pearson Sound, JLIN, Pangaea and the mighty, Ben UFO.

Stables

In the heart of the Dimensions Fortress, the vast STABLES boast another anticipated set of names, venturing through left-field rarities and body-moving beats with Dark Entries’ Josh Cheon, electronic explorations from Alessandra Adriana and more oddball grooves from Jon K, Heinrich Dressel & Teslasonic and Pierre. Stamp the Wax and DJ Directory venture from the ballroom bringing afro-beats, and sunshine sounds with Sean OD, Born Cheating, STW head honcho Aaron L and emerging talent,Will Lister. Embark on a journey through sonic explorations and darker persuasions start to finish from directory members Kiara Scuro, Batu, Skee Mask and Lee Gamble. Then soothe your soul with Music is my Sanctuary hosting Chicago hip-hop icon, Open Mike Eagle, Stones Throw founder, Peanut Butter Wolf and Milo, not forgetting bound-breaking crew Darker Than Wax.

Ballroom

The intimate 100 capacity BALLROOM is a firm favourite, giving way to hedonistic house, and far-flung oddities. This year, Stamp the Wax take the reins on Thursday and Sunday presenting the Dimensions DJ Directory – a motley crew of underrated and breakthrough selectors from across the Globe including the likes of Heels & Souls, Harri Pepper, Molinaro, Aaron L and Sam Hall. Friday’s flavour is hot house heat from RuDan, Ste Roberts, ASOK and more, while Saturday shines a light on Croatia’s emerging scene and it’s key players.

Arija & Courtyard

Offering local artists an international platform, ARIJA hosts both Croatian selectors with a full day takeover alongside discerning DJ’s and underground talent. Another spot for aficionados to find something new,Saoirse, Lady Blacktronica, San Soda and Sheridan are just a few names hitting the much loved COURTYARD this year, with respected party purveyors Journey Of Sound, Make Me and Love Muscle on takeover duties.

Subdub

MUNGO’S COURTYARD has been part of Dimensions since day one, the heart and soul of the festival with a system to reflect that. Dimensions mainstay and Deep Medi boss Mala heads up the Thursday bill, following DJ Lag, The Bug and Simon Scott (Muslimgauze Set). Friday is an exploration through bass with live sets from Bluetrain and Upwellings, plus a dub special from man of the hour, Skee Mask. An annual highlight, Saturday’s Exit Records takeover hosts DnB’s finest, with imprint founder dBridge as well as Steve Spacek, Skeptical and Fixate aboard. High-energy old skool sounds marry deep, off-kilter dub and bass with a vintage special from Dispatch x 1985 with Alix Perez, Ant TC1, Kid Drama, Amoss plusSP:MC & Fokus and more on board.

Beach

The spot to catch sets in the most idyllic of settings whilst relaxing on the Croatian shores, Dimensions’ BEACH STAGE sees acts wander through funk, world, soul, disco and more, with unmissable live shows. Thursday’s all about chilled beach vibes with Alfa Mist, Ariwo and the festival’s very own Dimension’s Soundsystem. Repping London’s free-form and jazz scene it’s Total Refreshment Centre and Ezra Collective, plus Sons of Kemet. Don’t miss Children of Zeus, Darkhouse Family and Palms Trax on Saturday, while the Sunday promises feel good vibes from Eglo Records familia with Fatima and Alexander Nut. Hunee soundtracks the final Adriatic sunset, the ideal end to Dimensions 2018.

To check full day-by-day stage breakdowns, head to www.dimensionsfestival.com.

Dimensions Festival

Tickets for Dimensions Festival

Only final tier tickets – priced at £141 – remain, so be sure to snap them up fast! Buy online at bit.ly/2FszVGR.

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