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Outlook festival announces pay-what-you-can ticket scheme this week

Outlook is offering a pay-what-you-can discounted ticketing scheme for its two upcoming festivals in the UK and Croatia.


Ahead of the debut UK festival in...

Cholmondeley

Outlook have added over 100 names to its inaugural UK line-up.


Set to take over Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire from 30th June to 3rd July...

Chase & Status, Children of Zeus, Novelist and more round off the bill

Outlook Origins have announced the final names set to play this year's festival.

Taking over The Garden Resort in Tisno, Croatia across 30th July to...

Check out these pics of the space bringing clubbing right back into the underground...

Peerless promoters Dimensions and Outlook have revealed that they are repurposing a secret network of underground tunnels in Croatia for a series of parties, exclusively...

Croatia bass fest unleashes its first set of names

The unstoppable Outlook festival has announced its first round of amazing artists for the sensational 19th Century Fort party in Pula, Croatia this September...

Another year, another fantastic Outlook!

Every year, 16,000 or so bass music fans make the pilgrimage from all over the world to a small coastal town in Pula, Croatia for...

<p>Not quite the new Ibiza, Croatia just keeps on comin'...</p>

Hideout
Ready or not?

Hideout WHEN? Monday 30th June – Thursday 3rd July WHERE? Zrce Beach, Island of Pag HOW MUCH...

Calling all junglists!

The second wave of acts for Croatia's Outlook Festival has been announced, with original badboy Congo Natty topping the bill.

Also joining the line-up is...

Former Fugees star in hugely anticipated comeback show

Outlook, the festival in Croatia now in its seventh year, has just added Ms Lauryn Hill to an already ballooning bill. The former Fugees singer...

Forward-thinking Dimensions Festival gears up for second run.

As one of the final dates in the festival calendar, the latest addition to Croatia’s coastal party scene has promised a fine coda to the summer since its mouth-watering lineup dropped at the start of the year. Held in the same spot as older sibling Outlook, which celebrated its fifth year the week before Dimensions opened its doors, it’s been billed as a more highbrow offshoot – in place of Fat Freddy’s Drop on the lineup stands Nicolas Jaar, Skream gives way to Carl Craig and there was nary a New Era cap in sight.