Ghostface Killah, Chronixx and Zinc Fence Redemption Band, Shy FX, Loyle Carner, Roots Manuva, David Rodigan and Amy Becker are among the acts who complete the line-up for Outlook Festival 2017. The celebration of bass and soundsystem culture returns to Pula from Wednesday, September 6th to Sunday, September 10th across beach and boat parties plus an opening concert in a 2,000 year old amphitheatre and four nights in an abandoned fort.
Live shows will include Dizzee Rascal, Wiley, AJ Tracey and Gentleman’s Dub Club while Congo Natty will play alongside family members Congo Dubz & Iron Dread. Channel One return, as well as Benny Page and Mad Professor. Jamaica’s roots vocal legends Michael Prophet will perform alongside UK reggae-collective Vibronics and new school production outfit Equiknoxx will get the ground shaking.
Dubstep and bass will be covered by acts such as Youngsta, Gantz, Truth, J:Kenzo, LX One, Distinct Motive and Compa. Except nostalgic garage-swing from Scott Garcia, Heartless Crew’s Mighty Moe, Jammz, Nines and Kojo Funds. Drum and bass will come from Shy FX, the Shogun Audio roster, Soul:r label boss Marcus Intalex and more. For more chilled vibes, Jorja Smith, Stones Throw’s Sofie, Tom Misch and Dan Kye (Jordan Rakei) will offer an audio tonic.
For tickets priced from £141 and details including travel and accommodation go to outlookfestival.co.uk.