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First acts for Outlook Festival 2018

J Hus, Stefflon Don, Kojey Radical, Wiley, YGG, Mist, Madam X, Children of Zeus are among the first acts confirmed for Outlook Festival 2018. The 11th edition of the Croatia event has revealed its initial offering of heritage and breakout acts playing from Thursday, September 6th to Monday, September 10th across its beach stage and at Fort Punta Christo.

The celebration of soundsystem culture with its heavy spectrum of music including bass, dub, DnB, grime, UK afrobeats, hip-hop, jungle and dubstep will see performances from AJ Tracey, David Rodigan, Channel One, Bonobo, Andy C, Noisia and Digital Mystikz.

Among the grime and rap talent also confirmed is Killa P, YGG, Lady Leshurr, Jaykae, Kamakaze, President T, Grandmixxer, Trends & Boylan, MIST, Melanin 9, Ocean Wisdom and Devilman. The dub and reggae selection includes Channel One, Iration Steppas, David and Jamie Rodigan, Johnny Clarke and Dub Smugglers.

Drum & bass and jungle heads will be able to enjoy sets from Calibre, Dillinja, Doc Scott, Randall, DJ Hype, DJ Storm, Lenzman, DLR, ANT TC1, DJ Marky and the combination of DJ Phantasy, Macky Gee, Stormin MC, Harry Shotta, Shabba D and MC Skibadee as SaSaSaS. Dubstep fans can get excited about Jack Sparrow, Hatcha, Youngsta, Joe Nice, Djinn, N-Type and more.

Meanwhile, Outlook Festival kicks off on Wednesday, September 5th with its opening concert in Pula’s amphitheatre featuring Bonobo live, Sir David Rodigan celebrating 40 years in the business with the Outlook Orchestra, Wiley and Children of Zeus.

Outlook Festival will also be working with ‘Artists in Residence’ to add an individual flair to its line-up through the year. The first artist is illustrator Mr Lee. He will be creating individually drawn artist cards for a selection of the Outlook 2018 artists as well as working on billboards and a variety of posters. Keep your eyes on the Outlook Festival socials more more news about Mr Lee and his work.

For tickets and details go to outlookfestival.com.

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