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Fresh from the return of an out­stand­ing elev­enth year, Out­look Fest­iv­al is back with a stand out line-up to cel­eb­rate their final year at Fort Punta Christo on Wed­nes­day 4th — Monday 9th Septem­ber. This year’s edi­tion remains as for­ward think­ing as ever in cur­a­tion, invit­ing Chase & Status, Bug­zy Malone, Gol­die (live) and Ghetts & many more. 

Outlook’s annu­al open­ing con­cert will be kick­ing off the pro­ceed­ings for this year’s fest­iv­al — set in a stun­ning amphi­theatre in the neigh­bour­ing city of Pula. This year’s line-up invites Ram records label boss Andy C, South Lon­don rap­per Loyle Carner, drum and bass mas­ter Shy FX per­form­ing live with his Ragamuffin Sound­sys­tem, fest­iv­al stal­warts Gentleman’s Dub Club and rising vocal tal­ent Flo­hio who will join the final show in the stun­ning 2000-year-old amphi­theatre. 

Built on the found­a­tions of a deep admir­a­tion for sound sys­tem cul­ture, Out­look fest­iv­al cham­pi­ons the scene’s hot­test tal­ent and new­comers alike — unit­ing thou­sands of bass lov­ers for four days and nights soundtracked by high grade sound sys­tems chan­nel­ling dub­step, house, bass, gar­age, grime, hip-hop, DnB and everything in between. 

Wav­ing good­bye to Fort Punta Christo, Out­look is mak­ing sure its final year at the fort will be one to be remembered. This year sees some of the most excit­ing tal­ent head to the fort includ­ing drum and bass duo Chase & Status mak­ing their debut with a RTRN II JUNGLE dj set, Manchester’s quick fire rap­per Bug­zy Malone make the line up, whilst DnB roy­alty and MBE hold­er Gol­die will be per­form­ing live cel­eb­rat­ing 25 years of Metal­headz. 


A sol­id crew of grime & rap tal­ent joins this year’s edi­tion, with fig­ure­heads Ghetts and D Double E rep­res­ent­ing East-Lon­don. North Manchester’s hard­est bar­rer Aitch and rising rap­per Unknown T will be play­ing this year’s edi­tion, whilst MCs Killa P, Irah and Flir­ta D are not to be missed. With begin­nings in jungle/DnB and now firmly rep­res­ent­ing the grime scene — Pres­id­ent T will be is back at Out­look, along­side West London’s Big Zuu

On a hip-hop flex, DJ Amy Beck­er will be bring­ing her selec­tions to the Adri­at­ic coast, cham­pi­on­ing the new gen sound, else­where Esto­ni­an rap prince & rising star Tommy Cash will be shar­ing to the stage DIY pop­star Jimothy Lacoste. North­ern her­oes Chil­dren of Zeus return to Out­look with their genre-span­ning jazz infused hip hop whilst, soul­ful sing­er Eliza and South London’s Flo­hio and Sam Wise will touch the mic with their raw and poet­ic bars. 

Sup­port­ing music from grass­roots up, Out­look show­cases some of the most not­able names the drum and bass the scene has to offer and this year is no dif­fer­ent, invit­ing found­ing fath­ers Grooverider. Shy FX, a reg­u­lar to the fest­iv­al is also billed to play, along­side intel­li­gent drum and bass stal­wart LTJ Bukem. Cal­ibre will be bring­ing his sig­na­ture liquid DnB sound.. Take a trip down memory lane with Ran­dall who’ll be joined by dBridge, cham­pi­on­ing the low fre­quency sound and The North Quarter label boss Len­z­man

Rep­ping the roots and dub is reggae’s finest Sis­ter Nancy & Leg­al Shot Sound who will be joined by Ira­tion Step­pas, Chan­nel One and Mungo’s Hifi. Standout vocal­ist Eva Laz­arus will make her return to Out­look along­side dance­hall main­stay Sean­ie B

Dub­step pion­eer and Deep Medi boss Mala returns along­side Tempa affil­i­ates Young­sta and Hatcha. Else­where Rusko, Joker, V.I.V.E.K, Com­modo and Truth are joined by dub­step duo Sicaria Sound

Expect son­ic explor­a­tions from Holy Goof, who will be tak­ing things dark­er and deep­er, mean­while innov­at­ive pro­du­cer Alix Perez heads back to the fest­iv­al — not to men­tion Ninja Tune vet­er­an The Bug. Sound sys­tem dons O.B. F will be bring­ing along The 1 Crew whilst staple fig­ure to the scene Zed Bias will provide non stop bass heavy anthems. Vet­er­ans Para­dox will per­form live, as well as Sam Binga - an unstop­pable force in the bass music scene. On MC duties expect none oth­er than Sgt. Pokes and SP:MC, Black­eye, Tem­pza & Pean

Noth­ing screams sum­mer­time than some old school UKG. Mak­ing their return to Out­look, Kur­upt FM’s very own Decoy & Seapa (MC Grindah) join a num­ber of artists mak­ing a nod back to the old school days of pir­ate radio with plenty of selec­tions com­ing from Matt Jam Lamont, Hol­lie Cook and Out­look main­stays 24 Hr Gar­age Girls. Known just as much for shelling out house & bass­line as much as 2‑step & jungle Jossy Mitsu - astral black affil­i­ate rounds of the bill. 

The closest town, Pula, is eas­ily access­ible by taxi to the fest­iv­al site and has a wealth of accom­mod­a­tion. Out­look also offer camp­ing on site, with the option to stay in boutique camp­ing options. Head to the Out­look Fest­iv­al web­site see what is avail­able. Flight options from the UK are to Trieste, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Venice Tre­viso or Venice Marco-Polo air­ports, and then a trans­fer to the fest­iv­al site. Out­look Fest­iv­al also organ­ise coach pack­ages and flight pack­ages, all avail­able to view / pur­chase at — http://bit.ly/Out19_tkts 

With tick­ets selling fast, cus­tom­ers are advised to act fast on tick­ets for what will be the final year at Outlook’s stun­ning Fort Punta Christo loc­a­tion. To lock in a place at Out­look Fest­iv­al from just £100, head to : http://bit.ly/Out19_tkts Get your fest­iv­al and open­ing con­cert tick­et and camp­ing pass togeth­er as save over £30! 

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Rishma Dhaliwal

Rishma Dhaliwal

Edit­or / PR Con­sult­ant at No Bounds
Rishma Dhali­w­al has extens­ive exper­i­ence study­ing and work­ing in the music and media industry. Hav­ing writ­ten a thes­is on how Hip Hop acts as a social move­ment, she has spent years research­ing and con­nect­ing with artists who use the art form as a tool for bring­ing a voice to the voice­less. Cur­rently work­ing in TV, Rishma brings her PR and media know­ledge to I am Hip Hop and oth­er pro­jects by No Bounds.

About Rishma Dhaliwal

Rishma Dhaliwal
Rishma Dhaliwal has extensive experience studying and working in the music and media industry. Having written a thesis on how Hip Hop acts as a social movement, she has spent years researching and connecting with artists who use the art form as a tool for bringing a voice to the voiceless. Currently working in TV, Rishma brings her PR and media knowledge to I am Hip Hop and other projects by No Bounds.