The official Belgrade warm-up party for the 11th Outlook Festival



Belgrade warm up for the 11th Outlook Festival on August 17th in KC Grad
The official Belgrade warm-up party for the 11th Outlook Festival will be held on Friday, August 17th in KC Grad. Bass sound will be presented by Filip Motovunski (Bad Taste Recordings, VAT), Double B (Baseline Crew, Extra BASS), Kick Kong (Outworld), Roll The Drums, SK3T (Critical Bass), UNTEK (New School) , as well as MC Don Dada and MC Tex.

This year the Outlook Festival will unite thousands of bass lovers on the fortress Punta Christo near Pula, where the sound system cultures and all the genres that developed from it will be celebrated for four days and nights, September 6-9. from reggae to drum’n’bass. Continuing the tradition of presenting new talents and respecting musical legends, the 11th Outlook Festival announces more than 300 names such as: J Hus, Stefflon Don, Kojey Radical, Mist, Madam X, Children of Zeus, AJ Tracey, David Rodigan, Channel One, Bonobo, Andy C, Noisia, Digital Mystikz, Shy FX, Goldie, Johnny Osbourne & Soul Stereo (Fatta), Nadia Rose, MJ Cole, Break Zed Bias, Dub Phizix & Strategy and The Heatwave.

This year’s Outlook Festival will be opened with spectacular concerts in the two thousand years old Pula Arena, on Wednesday, September 5th. The Outlook Festival introduces us to the maestro ambient music, Bonobo, which will live with the band to play its last and most appreciated album “Migration”. By blurring the boundaries between trip-hop, pop and dance music with the strong influence of symphonic music, the album “Migration” is another proof of Bonob’s successful balancing between genres that has improved over the past 15 years.

Bonob’s universal music language and the atmosphere it creates will be the perfect music background for the launch of another Outlook festival.
With him, there is one of the most influential British musicians of today, and the godfather of grime – Wiley, who is considered a pioneer on the British underground music scene. Sir David “RAM JAM” Rodigan MBE will perform with the 20-member The Outlook Orchestra music that marked 40 years of career of this legendary radio guide. A longtime member of the Outlook family, Rodigan has teamed up with a powerful orchestra to present a range of old and new songs that were significant to the festival, but also for the development of soundsystem culture itself. In addition to these great names on the arena stage of the Arena, there will be a young and noted hip-hop / soul duo Children of Zeus coming from Manchester.

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