Outlook Festival UK
The highly popular Outlook Festival series will celebrate sound system culture in the UK’s festival circuit for the first time. After well over a decade of delighting revellers with their festival in Croatia with bass music, the new idyllic landscape surrounding Cholmondeley castle will be the venue.
The four-day event promises to be an exciting festival experience on UK soil. Expect the diverse range of artists and musical delights that Outlook is celebrated for.
Past headliners for Outlook have included the likes of D Double E, Goldie, Shy FX, dBridge, Flava D, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, P Money, Fabio & Grooverider and Chase & Status.
Outlook Festival UK lineup.
The lineup is still to be announced.
Outlook Festival UK tickets.
Register for Early Bird tickets, and you’ll automatically enter the Outlook festival UK competition to win an all-inclusive package for yourself, plus three friends.
the Outlook Festival UK venue.
The brand new festival edition of Outlook will take place within the incredible grounds of Cheshire’s Cholmondeley Castle in the UK.
accommodation & travel information.
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If camping isn’t your thing, then there is a range of off-site lodging to choose from. Use the fully interactive map below to book your festival accommodation.
travel by train
Cheshire’s Cholmondeley Castle is conveniently placed for train travel from anywhere in the UK, with Chester, Liverpool and Manchester stations close by.
travel by road
For driving directions from Chester, Liverpool or Manchester, follow the links below:
From Chester – 45 minutes
From Liverpool – 1 hour
From Manchester – 1.5 hours
More details on coach travel will be made available closer to the event.
travel by air
Manchester has the best airport to travel by air to Outlook Festival. This is because Manchester has good connectivity with the rest of the UK and Europe. The transfer distance from Manchester to Outlook is 50 miles (80km).
what music is outlook festival?
There are a carefully selected handful of electronic music subgenres with countless dubplates spinning everything from dubstep, dub, reggae, drum n bass, jungle, garage, and techno.