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4th May 2015

Dimensions Festival announces full line-up

Âme, Boddika, Loefah, Floating Points (DJ set), BADBADNOTGOOD amongst many others added to the Croatian festival.

As the end of the university year looms closer and the grass on the other side of exams gets greener, the excitement for summer builds and builds. If you’re planning on going to Dimensions festival, that excitement will soon be reaching a critical level after a brand new wave of acts were announced a few days ago.

The new names include Juan Atkins, Underground Resistance presents Timeline live, Âme, Boddika, Loefah, Floating Points (DJ set), BADBADNOTGOOD, Objekt, Space Dimension Controller, Petar Dundov, Ilija Rudman, Randall, Waajeed, Eliphino and many more, who join the already revealed Four Tet Live, Little Dragon and Floating Points Live who headline the Dimensions Opening Concert, with George Clinton / Parliament / Funkadelic, Moodymann, Ben Klock, Lil Louis, Mala, Gerd Janson, Dusky, Mount Kimbie (DJ set), Blawan, John Talabot, Surgeon, Bicep, Rødhåd, Hessle Audio: Ben UFO, Pearson Sound and Pangaea, Daniele Baldelli, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Osunlade and many more at the festival itself.

Keep an eye out for our review after the festival and until then you can read our preview of Dimensions festival, along with the rest of our European Festival review here

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