Outlook Festival 2016 Announces Full Lineup

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Ready for a music lineup like no other? Outlook Festival takes its party goers to the stunning location of Croatia for its ninth year of bass-lead parties.

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Set in an abandoned fort above the Adriatic sea, right next to one of Croatia's most beautiful beaches, Outlook Festival takes you to paradise for their ninth and biggest festival so far. From Thursday the 1st of September to Sunday the 4th of September you can hear some of the hottest names in dubstep and drum and bass, such as Benga, Alix Perez, Novelist, and SCAR to name a few.

There's also the chance to hear the best new artists in the field, with the introduction of names like Awful Records' ABRA, as well as familiar names like DJ Barely Legal, The Heatwave and Japanese ragga duo Part2Style. With over 80 artists ready to hit the stage you're up for a get away you'll never forget, and a chance to discover new sounds in the rawest and most exciting way.

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Outlook's visitors will be able to experience the highest sound spec and design, as well as hear artists from all over the world, each with their own unique sound and style. Differing from the muddy, wellington necessary festivals, Outlook encourages you to chill at the beach all day and party all night, soaking up the summer sun and cool night air in this majestic corner of Croatia.

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