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Outlook UK reveals second drop of names for inaugural line-up

Expect Yung Singh, Equinoxx, NAINA and more

  • Aneesa Ahmed
  • 7 April 2022
Outlook UK reveals second drop of names for inaugural line-up

Outlook Festival has just added some huge names that will be appearing at its highly anticipated debut UK edition - set to take place in Cheshire.

Kahn, Yung Singh, Kode9, NAINA and Scratchclart have been added to the event's roster. Alya L, Congo Natty, Naina, ALXZNDR, Equiknoxx, Rider Shafique, and Squarewave are among the other new acts revealed.

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These acts will be joining the likes of headliners Ghetts and Skream, Ben UFO, Goldie, SHERELLE, Hessle Audio, Chloé Robinson, Pangaea b2b Pearson Sound, Mala, Coco Bryce, Calibre and Children of Zeus - all of whom were announced last month.

The event is set to take place in Cheshire’s Cholmondeley Castle and will start on June 30, 2022, running for four days until July 3. Music fans can expect bass, techno, jungle, drum 'n' bass, dubstep, hip hop, reggae, garage, grime, UK rap, soul and more.

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Outlook UK will continue to celebrate soundsystem culture and bass music much like its early beginnings, where it began in Pula’s Fort Punta Christo some 15 years ago.

The festival is set to take place in the gardens of the 19th century Cholmondeley Castle, near Chester. The idyllic landscape boasts lakes, greenery, and a "diverse range of stages, spaces, and surprise spots to backdrop the festival experience."

The festival also expects to have a series of workshops, talks and various activities available.

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First-tier tickets for Outlook Festival UK are already sold out. Weekend tickets are available from £160 and can be bought here.

Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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