Standing out from the crowd on Croatia’s southern coast in more ways than one, Outlook’s distinctly urban and bass sound reverberates through some of the grandest and most beautiful local surroundings in eastern Europe.
From an incredibly well-preserved Roman Amphitheatre to the re-worked, modern paint canvass of an old fort, Outlook showcases an underground elite peppered with the biggest names in the business. This year Run The Jewels, Boy Better Know and Wiley will man the turrets.
And if all that weren't enough, the Adriatic coast provides its usual, breathtaking backdrop. Five days and nights of hard partying and serious relaxation – it's pretty much a no-brainer.
Pitching up in an abandoned fort and a 2000-year old Roman Amphitheatre, Outlook Festival grabs the best of Croatia's history as well as its stunning coast lines.
Imagine the Coliseum in Rome, but right next to the glorious Adriatic coast and filled with house, urban and drum and bass.
Pula Airport is 20 minutes away by car. The festival themselves offer plenty of airport transfer options, and there will be daily buses to and from the festival to Pula centre. There will also be a lot of taxis available.
Yes, you must be 18 or over to attend Outlook.