The celebrated Croatian event will stage its first edition in the UK from 30 June to 3 July.
The first names are in for Outlook Festival‘s debut UK edition. The festival will venture to Cholmondeley Castle, in Cheshire, this June for a four-day celebration of electronic music and sound system culture.
Outlook has enlisted the likes of Sherelle, Batu and Ghetts for the forthcoming festival. Goldie, Skream, LCY, Calibre, Children of Zeus, Chloé Robinson, DJ Storm, Mala and D Double E have also been announced. Elsewhere, Ben UFO, Pearson Sound and Pangaea will return to the event for the first time in five years with a Hessle Audio stage takeover.
On the sound system tip, Jah Shaka, Channel One, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Sinai and more will soundtrack the festivities. Outlook will also be offering a programme of workshops, talks, panels and film screenings. Festival-goers will have the option to camp on site.
Outlook Festival UK tickets go on general sale on 7 February. A pre-sale will take place on 4 February. This will be exclusive to those who have signed up to the festival’s registration list. Head to the Outlook website for further information and listen back to Sherelle’s Crack Mix below.
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