Wednesday 6th September – 7pm
Pula's Roman Amphitheatre
Around 2000 years old and one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in existence, Pula arena offers festival attendees a chance to party in one of the most surreal and beautiful places in the world. An experience not to be missed.
Dizzee Rascal (Exclusive Outlook Set)
The Outlook Orchestra
Ako ste iz Hrvatske ili drugih ex-YU zemalja povoljniju cijenu ulaznica možete pronaći ovdje.
The capacity of the Opening Concert is much smaller than the festival, as the arena can’t hold as many people as the Fort.
Additionally, if the Opening Concert was included the price of the festival ticket would increase. Since many festival-goers can’t make it until the Thursday we find it is better for everyone to have the Opening ticketed separately.
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There are reduced-price tickets available for citizens of Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Please note a photo ID will be required at the festival entrance.
You can book these via Entrio.
Dizzee Rascal help lead the way with grime, inspiring a new generation of artists, hungry and determined to achieve status as one of the best. Now, with grime’s resurgence cemented, we’re looking forward to seeing one of the genre’s true masters at work.
DJ Shadow is widely credited as a key figure in developing the experimental instrumental hip-hop style associated with the London-based Mo’ Wax label. Inspired by hip-hop’s early years, he then grew to absorb the heyday of crews like Eric B. & Rakim, Ultramagnetic MCs, and Public Enemy; groups which prominently featured DJs in their ranks.
The Outlook Orchestra is a bespoke ensemble made of 20 of the UK’s finest musicians, joined by some of the scenes’ greatest MCs and vocalists. Together they will pay tribute to some of the biggest tracks heard across the dance floors of sound systems worldwide, joining the dots between Jamaican reggae and London grime via hip hop, garage, drum & bass and dubstep. Read the Guardian review of our London show for a better idea of what to expect.