Outlook Festival is a celebration of soundsystem culture, exploring the musical genealogy that connects Jamaican roots music to its modern day counterparts, thro
Outlook Festival is the largest Soundsystem Culture festival in Europe, bringing together the biggest names from the most vibrant and cutting edge dance scenes around.
During four days at the end of summer, the festival is set in an abandoned fort perched above the Adriatic sea, next to a beach right near Pula, Croatia.
When we talk about bass music we don’t mean the bastardised commercial version currently being sold to children, we mean underground dancefloor music, whether it be house, techno, dubstep, reggae, dub, hiphop, garage, grime, electronica, etc.
As Duke Ellington puts it “There are two kinds of music. Good music, and the other kind.”
Now approaching its eighth year, Outlook has grown rapidly and is going from strength to strength. Anyone who has come to any of the last 7 Outlooks will tell you how amazing the vibe was, how wicked the music was, how beautiful the smiling people were and how stunning the setting is.
You can check our line-up here. Please see the Tickets, Travel & Accommodation pages for further details.
ugh heavyweight soundsystems, in a friendly, warm and inspiring peninsular, sea-side location. There are over 400 acts playing in and around the 150 year old Fort Punta Christo, a 1km stretch of beach, and a world of intimate boat parties. Now in it’s 7th year Outlook is widely recognised as Europe’s largest bass music and sound system culture festival, and offers up both a music festival and summer holiday in one. Outlook Festival runs from midday Thursday 4th September 2014 – 6am Monday 8th September 2014, with tickets priced from £115 for four days and nights of music, plus pre-parties on the beach.