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General News / April 4, 2017

Outlook Festival release full line up for their 10th anniversary

General News / April 4, 2017

Outlook Festival release full line up for their 10th anniversary

Celebrating ten years of the festival in style.

 

We went to Outlook Orchestra back in January, where award-winning composer Tommy Evans led his 20-piece orchestra to perform (including three drummers and live mixing from Mad Professor & Adrian Sherwood) alongside guest MCs and vocalists, through a two hour celebration of Soundsystem Culture.

They’re continuing their 10th anniversary year by finalising their massive line up of grime, hip hop and bass.

Check out the full bill below.

Outlook FINAL 'Split Announce'

Click here for tickets and more information.

Photo by Marc Sethi