Croatia’s Outlook Festival is one of the most anticipated events of the summer… every summer. Camping on the beach in Fort Punta Christo, with top tunes and party people around you is pretty much any festival lover’s dream. This year, from 7th-10th of September, Outlook are celebrating their 10th birthday, yes, a whole decade of the ‘leading sound system culture festival’. And they are certainly celebrating in style, with the line-up featuring acts such as Dizzee Rascal, Giggs, Wiley and Goldie to name a few, the opening concert taking place in the 2000-year-old Pula’s Roman Amphitheatre.
In addition to the amazing acts, Outlook hosts boat parties which have become an ‘integral part of the Outlook Festival experience’. You can book these with an Outlook ticket, and experience music on the move, with a huge range of options you definitely won’t miss out. In addition to this, there are 101 launch parties, in 34 countries, so if you can’t make it to the actual festival, why not celebrate Outlook’s birthday in your home city? In London, Outlook’s 10th Birthday Launch Party took place at Ministry of Sound on May 6th, with line-up act Bugzy Malone headlining the show. Check out Outlook’s website to see what Birthday celebrations are near your area, as they continue their worldwide tour in the run up to the Croatian finale.
Outlook really focuses on bringing together the best cultivated music, that isn’t what you hear every day, on repeat on the radio. Acts with huge amounts of talent amass to Fort Punta Christo to raise the roof and get you all on your feet. One of the best holiday/festival options not to miss this year, as its going to be a big one.
Words: Julia Cohen
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