Event Sun, Sea and Soundsystems - Outlook Festival Returns to Croatia

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    Fort Punta Christo, Pula, Croatia 2-5th September 2010


    Europe’s Largest Dubstep & Soundsystem Culture Festival Returns To Croatia

    Outlook, the largest dubstep and soundsystem culture festival in Europe, returns to Croatia this Summer bringing with them the biggest names from the most vibrant and cutting edge dance scenes around today.

    With an all-star lineup from the worlds of Dub and Dubstep, Reggae, Dancehall, Drum and Bass, Hiphop, Roots Soul and Future Beats, Outlook brings together likes of Roots Manuva, The Bug, Digital Mystikz, Benji B, Macka B, Congo Natty and Radio 1’s Mary Anne Hobbs in one huge celebration of heavy weight bass music.

    Launched in 2008 to sold out critical acclaim in the rustic fishing village of Petrcane, Outlook has continued to grow and evolve. In 2009 the festival moved to a beach-front Superclub in Novalja on the Island of Pag and this year the promoters have secured quite possibly the most amazing festival location ever imagined.

    An abandoned fort built in the eighteen hundreds, Punta Christo looks like a discovery from a lost world. Located just across the bay from the town of Pula, Punta Christo is the perfect destination for sun soaked daytime beach parties, boat parties and when the sun sets all night raving at one of the fort’s four stages.

    One of the most eagerly excited festivals of the Summer, Outlook transports the most exciting music scenes from urban Britain to a beachside paradise, ensuring one of the most amazing festival experiences of 2010.

    Said Simon Scott, Outlook Festival, “Having sold out just through word of mouth the past two years, we needed to find a new home that could accommodate all the people who we know wanted to experience Outlook this year. When we found Punta Christo we knew we’d found the perfect venue for Outlook, somewhere as special as the festival itself.

    Said Noah Ball, Outlook Festival, “Looking at what we’ve put together this year it’s like a dream come true. We’ve got an amazing location, the best crowd you could ask for and the a lineup that represents the most exciting music coming out of the UK at the moment, what more could you ask for?”

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    Full Listing Details

    2-5th September 2010

    The Outlook Festival 2010

    Fort Punta Christo, Pula, Croatia

    Outlook, the largest dubstep and soundsystem culture festival in Europe, returns to Croatia this Summer bringing with them the biggest names from the most vibrant and cutting edge dance scenes around today.

    TICKETS £89+BF / see website for details www.outlookfestival.com

    Available from www.leedstickets.com, www.ticketarena.co.uk & www.ticketweb.co.uk

    Confirmed Lineup


    The Bug Feat. Flowdan, Mala - Digital Mystikz, Plastician, Loefah, Coki, Joker, Shackleton, N-Type, Distance, Seven, Pinch, Quest, Silkie, True Tiger, Headhunter, Scuba, Jack Sparrow, Rsd, Hessle Audio - Ramadamman, Rouge State , Ben Ufo, Pangea, Untold,Appleblim, Ranking Records - Ruckspin, Planas, Mary Anne Hobbs, Von D, MRK1, Jay 5, Vivek, kromestar, Razor Rekta, Walsh, Sgt Pokes, Crazy D

    Roots Manuva + Full Live Band & Special Guests, Benji B, Taskforce, The Mother Fu*King Gaslamp Killer, Kidkanevil, Floating Points, J-Star & Shepdog, Submotion Orchestra - Live, Illum Sphere, Broke'n'english

    Drum And Bass/ Jungle
    Congo Natty Ft. Tenor Fly, Spectrasoul, Commix, Kenny Ken, Tc1, Steppa, Logan D, Lowlife, Rikines


    Macka B (Live), Mad Professor, Kanka (France), Michael Prophet & The Dub Asante Band, Bush Chemists + King General, Maffi (Live), Channel One, O.B.F (France), Mungos Hifi + Sound System, Dubkasm, Radical Dub (Live), Firehouse Sound (Denmark), Dubkasm, Gentleman's Dub Club (Live), Heatwave

    Plus Many More TBA

    Travel Advice For Festival Goers

    You can get to Pula by air, land and sea, for all the options please see below.

    In an effort to try & run this festival whilst causing as little damage to our lovely planet as possible we would like you to consider all possible options for travel before making your choice.

    BY BUS
    The most Eco-friendly way that we are suggesting to travel is by The

    Sunshine Bus, a number of coaches we are providing from the UK to the festival site.

    Take the bus! it will give you the chance to experience a drive through

    Europe and a chance to get to know a bus full of likeminded people also on their way to party, you’ll feel like a family by the time you get there.

    This year we will be providing a number of buses from northern & southern England.

    Below are the departure dates for the sunshine bus to Outlook. The finer details will be organised nearer to the time with exact times & locations of pick-up points in Manchester & London etc, as well as the exact route and arrival times.

    Tickets are now onsale from here:

    Price – £130 + Booking Fee

    Departure date from the uk
    Tuesday 1st September

    pick-ups in Manchester (Approx 6pm) & London (Approx 11pm)

    arrive in Pula Wednesday 2nd (Sometime PM)

    Departure date from Petrcane
    Tuesday 7th September

    return to London & Manchester

    arrive Wednesday evening.

    BY CAR
    Whilst we would urge any festival goers to travel by bus, last year there were a number of people who decided to make their summer holiday a European road trip that included Outlook Festival in their travels, either as the main destination or as one stop on a circuit around Europe.

    There are a number of different routes you can take across Europe to make your journey interesting – get on google and look at the options… Amsterdam, Munich, Luxembourg, Strasbourg, Venice and a number of other cities all can easily be made part of your route there.

    Car Hire in Croatia

    Budget Car Rental www.budget.com or Uni Rent www.uni-rent.net

    You can travel by Eurostar to Northern Italy and then take a train through Slovenia into Croatia, although we advise that buses in Croatia are much quicker than the trains. See the sites below for more details.

    www.seat61.com/Slovenia.htm or www.adria.si

    BY AIR
    If you are travelling by air then please try and pay the small carbon offset fee that is provided as an option with most European flights nowadays.

    The nearest airport to the site, just outside the City of Pula is:

    Pula (20 mins), followed by Rijeka (80 mins), Ljubljana (90mins), Trieste (2hr 20min), Venice (3hr) and Zagreb (3.5hr).

    These times are for travelling by car along the highway.

    We will be organising Airport transfer coaches to Pula for customers from each of the airports above at key times to fit with flights.

    More information to follow – join the mailing list for updates.

    Flight prices do vary massively, don’t be put off if the first ones you see are expensive, there are cheap was to travel out there – by flying to an airport slightly further a field you can get flights for under £50.

    We will soon be putting a concise list of available flights up soon, but www.aerocroatia.fly.to have updates on flights to Croatia from all around the world and www.skyscanner.net is a great website for checking flights also.

    Subscribe to The Outlook mailing list or check the website to keep up to date with the latest travel updates.


    More information to follow shortly, please join the mailing list to be kept up to date.