Dimensions Festival is celebrating it’s 5th anniversary this year. The underground electronic music festival takes place at a spectacular abandoned Fort called ‘Punta Christo’, surrounded by the most pristine nature of Pula, a small town in Croatia. The event producers decided to go all out with a killer line-up. Expect a week where you’ll dive deep into nights of electronic music and wake up with chill beats on the beach.

The festival area is basically a maze of rooms and corridors, equipped with the best sound systems in the world. It’s a journey of sounds where well-known and new electronic masterminds will be discovered. A magnificent mix in the layers of techno, disco, house, dubstep and drum & bass. From Massive Attack to Richie Hawtin and Mood II Swing to Petar Dundov – who doesn’t want to have guests like that on their birthday?

If raving at an abandoned fort from the 19th century wasn’t enough already, Dimensions also organizes their infamous Boat Parties. Labels like Eglo Records, Exit Records and Hessle Audio set sail to let you dance until the sun disappears in the glistening Adriatic sea. Not too forget legendary hosts like Resident Advisor and Zeezout. Make sure you book them in time.

Dimensions is less than a month away and we can’t wait to celebrate their birthday with party people from all over the world. The Festival is held on 25 – 28th August 2016 in Pula, Croatia. Check out the full line-up and buy your tickets here.

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Mark van der Heijden


Amsterdam, Netherlands

After working for the ad industry for 7 years, Mark tossed his life into a backpack and traveled to 27 countries on 7 continents working for 32 companies in exchange for room and board. Now, as the CEO of Wanderbrief, he is sharing that passion with thousands around the world looking for the same work/life experience.

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