Ever been to a soundsystem culture festival before? Start out at Europe's leading, the Outlook Festival, which brings together the biggest names from the latest dance scenes around the world. Think electronica, hiphop, grime, reggae, dupstep, house, tecno and beyond. Not only do you get some of the world's best music, but Outlook Festival is located beachside in an abandoned Roman Fort overlooking the Adriatic Sea courtesy of Croatia. Get your camp on and enjoy a true Europe summer seaside break at the same time.

Enjoy the largest soundsystem culture festival in Europe in the delightfully picturesque location near Pula on the Adriatic coast in Croatia. All modern day underground dancefloor music festival held in a well-preserved Roman ruin including an amphitheatre and with a network of underground tunnels should be held by the beach, we say, and Outlook Festival fits this bill to a tee. Main acts perform inside the fort at the Harbour Arena and a 100-metre long moat boasts amazing base off the 7-metre-high walls. There's also clearings, circular pits with soundsystems, gardens and more.

You can camp at grounds next to Outlook Festival or stay nearby at Pula. No matter where you stay, you're close to the renowned Croatian coastline with plenty of beach stages and parties put on by the festival for you to enjoy. Previous acts of this three-day best fest include Jamie xx, Horace Andy, Shy FX, Jurassic 5, The Artful Dodger and Skream. Croatia is a beautiful country with stunning coastlines with Outlook Festival carrying on into the sunset on boat parties sailing The Adriatic.

Croatia

When is it?

01st September 2016 to 03rd September 2016

Tips and tricks

  • Outlook Festival takes place at an abandoned fort in Stinjan, Croatia, where the nearest city and airport is Pula.

  • Outlook Festival is hugely popular - and so is September in Europe - so get in quick!

  • Ask Student Flights how to attend Outlook Festival as part of a larger holiday or sailing package to Croatia

  • You can camp on site, stay nearby or purchase day tickets. Keep your eye out for boat and launch parties!

  • Aussies beware - no 'flipflops' aka thongs are allowed on site.

  • You will find bars, food stalls and loads of other cool stuff at the festival site.

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