Rhyme On Beat is heading to Outlook Festival 2012 in Fort Punta Christo, Croatia. The festival runs from 30th August to 3rd September it all takes place on the grounds of a 19th century fort built by the Austrian empire and is touted as “Europe’s largest bass music & soundsystem culture event”. This year will be its fourth year and promises to be bigger than ever with huge headline acts including Fat Freddy’s Drop, Souls Of Mischief and The Beatnuts along with the biggest names in bass music.
Pharoahe Monch headlined the main stage last year and believe us when we say it was mind-blowing (especially the part of his show dedicated to the late Nate Dogg). With great weather, even better music and an amazing venues we just had to visit again this year. You will also recognise names such as Akala, Broke’n’£nglish, Onra, Shepdog, Skittles and The Four Owls on the bill and we’re hoping to get some time with your favourite artists and ask them some questions. We will be writing up our review of the whole festival experience as soon as we get back from sunny Croatia but if you want to be there and enjoy it first hand there are still tickets left for the festival. Non-rap acts to keep an eye out for at the festival are Digital Mystikz, Friction, Scuba, Kode9, Pearson Sound, Loefah and D-Bridge; it’s a chance to expand your musical horizons.
If there are any performances you want us to cover let us know via our contact page. If you are one of those lucky people who are heading for the beaches around Fort Punta Christo tell us what you’re most looking forward to.
Here’s some of what happened last year.