Outlook Origins will take place in Tisno, 25th to 29th July 2024.
For 2024, Outlook once again returns to its home of The Garden Tisno. The festival in fact started its life in Dalmatia (in Petrcane, where The Garden resort used to be located), hence the name “Outlook Origins”. Outlook also returns to its now normal place in the calendar, being held in late July/early August instead of in September as it was when held at Fort Punta Christo near Pula.
The first wave of artists on the 2024 line-up has been revealed, with artists such as Eva Lazarus, Notion, Madam X, DJ Storm, Introspekt and Youngsta all on the bill, with many more names still to be announced.
As ever, the festival will bring together some of the best acts that dubstep, dub & reggae, drum & bass and jungle and grime have to offer.
And Outlook will be making full use of everything The Garden Tisno has to offer as well, from the multiple stages to Barbarella’s open-air nightclub, and the gorgeous beach for some daytime relaxing.
If for some reason you don’t feel like making the trip to Croatia (eh?), Outlook also host some events in the UK as part of their Outlook Club Tour. Keep an eye out on the Outlook Festival website for news on this.
Tickets for Outlook Origins
Outlook Origins tickets cost from £140 (plus booking fee). They can also be purchased on an instalment plan.
You can buy tickets on the Outlook Origins website; as well as festival tickets, you can also buy Barbarella’s after-party tickets which are currently priced at £35 (plus booking fee).
Accommodation for Outlook Origins
There’s a wide range of on-site accommodation, including apartments, hostel-style accommodation, luxury mobile homes, airstream trailers, glamping in bell tents, or regular camping too! Full details can be found on the Outlook Origins Accommodation page.
There is also other accommodation available in the Tisno area. Take a look at what’s on offer using the search box/map below:Booking.com
Getting to Tisno
Tisno is located roughly halfway between Split and Zadar, and there are plenty of flight options to both airports from the UK and from all over Europe.
Split is probably the top choice as the airport is served by many flights from all over the UK – flights from Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Luton, Stansted, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dublin. See our Getting to Split page for details of flights from the UK, and from elsewhere in Europe.
Zadar is still worth considering as a place to fly into. Easyjet fly from London Gatwick to Zadar whilst Ryanair flies from London Stansted, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Dublin and Cork to Zadar. Check out our Getting to North Dalmatia section for details of these plus flights to Zadar from Europe.