Bonobo, Sir David “RAM JAM” Rodigan MBE and the Outlook Orchestra set to perform at Outlook Festival’s Opening Concert, plus Manchester breakouts Children of Zeus.
As the creative concept moves from strength to strength, 2017 sees the return of Outlook and Dimensions’ extremely popular Knowledge Arena, an extensive programme of free-play workstations and interactive workshops using leading music production equipment.
A place for attendees, industry types and next generation artists and to network, learn and discover, it’s all about digging deeper into the roots of genres, as well as taking a fresh look to the future of our industry.
To mark Colston Hall’s 150th anniversary, plans have been revealed for a special outdoor performance featuring The Outlook Orchestra at the Lloyd’s Amphitheatre on Friday 21st July.
Launching the Bristol Harbour Festival weekend, the 20-piece Outlook Orchestra will perform a 100 minute live mix, coupled with a full live set by UK rapper and producer Roots Manuva.
Outlook Festival 2017 celebrates a decade of soundsystem culture in Croatia, with Dizzee Rascal, Giggs, Wiley, DJ Shadow, Dawn Penn, Swing Ting, Calibre, Levelz, Goldie, AJ Tracey, Digital Mystikz, Madam X, Princess Nokia, Outlook Orchestra and loads more.
Each year Outlook Festival takeover Pula’s historic amphitheatre space for its revered opening concert. This year, grime poster boy Dizzee Rascal brings BOW E3 to Pula for a show around his anticipated new album.
Leading the Outlook Orchestra night is Tommy Evans. And on introduction duties, Mary-Anne Hobbs, a presenter famed for her instrumental part in pushing breakout UK genres to the forefront.
Over 100 minutes of live mixing from scene stalwarts Mad Professor and Adrian Sherwood. Combined with dance-floor favourites and live acts, all performed by Outlook favourites.
Outlook Festival has grown over nine years from it’s beginnings as a 1000 person party. Today, Croatia’s Outlook Festival is the worlds biggest celebration of bass music, welcoming over 14,000 music lovers from around the world.
As Outlook approaches its 10th anniversary, a collaboration with Southbank Centre will take place on Thursday January 12th. The 20-piece ‘Outlook Orchestra‘ will unite some of the most iconic names in soundsystem culture in a way never done before, curated by award-winning composer Tommy Evans.