Celebrating soundsystem culture
Outlook Festival is an electronic music festival held in Croatia. Celebrating 'soundsystem culture', the festival's lineup offers a huge range of styles from across the bass spectrum.
Reggae, dubstep, jungle, drum & bass, grime, hip-hop, garage, techno and house are all ably represented, by both veterans of the scene and exciting new talent. The focus on big bass, and the huge array of MCs and rappers present, set the festival aside from many of its continental contemporaries.
Be sure not to miss the festival's opening party, held in a spectacular ancient amphitheatre whose architecture could rival Rome's iconic Colosseum. Add some of the world's best sound systems to the stunning historic architecture, and the Croatian summer party becomes one of the continent's best.
- Dizzee Rascal
- DJ Shadow
- The Outlook Orchestra
- Roots Manuva
- Loyle Carner
- Pharoahe Monch
- Horace Andy
- Dawn Penn
- Congo Natty
- Nãnci & Phoebe
- Foreign Beggars
- Newham Generals
- General Levy
- Killa P
- Jenna G
- Ruby Wood (Submotion Orchestra)
- MC Jila (Gentleman's Dub Club)
- Live Effects & Dub Mixing from Adrian Sherwood & Mad Professor
- Tom Misch
- Dan Kye
- Principe Label Showcase:
- Nidia Minaj
- DJ Marfox
- DJ Nigga Fox & Nervoso
- Sleazy F Baby & Inka
- Michael Prophet & Vibronics
- Iration Steppas feat. Murray Man & Speng Bond
- Channel One
- J. Robinson Whodemsound
Fort Punta Christo, home to both Outlook and its sister festival Dimensions, is a 2000-year-old Roman amphitheatre. It's become an iconic venue, and synonymous with the festivals that rejuvenate the fort every year.
Fort Punta Christo, Puntizela, Pula, 52100, Croatia
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.
Th campsite will open at 12pm on Tuesday 5 September.
The opening concert will take place at 7:30pm on Wednesday 6 September inside Pula's 2000-year-old-amphitheatre for concert ticket holders only.
The main festival runs from Thursday 7 September until Monday 11 September. The music will stop at 6am on Monday morning.
The campsite closes at 14:00 on Tuesday 12 September.
The Croatian currency is Kuna. However, to buy things at the festival site and around the campsite you will need to exchange your Kuna for Outlook Tokens.
Yes, you can exchange most currencies (euros, pound sterling, US dollars, etc) at the Camp Brioni reception. This is completely independent of the festival.
Yes, there will be ATMs on the site. Please note that day ticket holders wont be able to access these ATMs and need to take all the cash they need with them.
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