For those who want to get into the festival spirit early, the festival co-opts UK-based Sunshine Bus Company coaches to ferry attendees from London (as well as a few other UK cities) to Pula, luggage and all. Coaches arrive the day before Outlook begins, and seats can be reserved through the festival’s website.
(Pop and) lock it up
With daytime beach and boat parties transitioning to all-night performances, feel free to bring different gear for different events. Storage lockers, both large and small, will be made available at the fort.
All we are is dust in the wind
When the bay breeze really gets going, dust can be a big concern around the fort. Especially if you’re sensitive to it—and even if you think you’re not—bring along a bandanna or lightweight scarf to wrap around your mouth and protect your lungs.
The nearest airport to the festival site is Pula Airport (PUY)
The Outlook website also offers an accommodations page for booking camping reservations, apartments, mobile homes and more. The festival’s campsite is a 15-minute walk from the fort; the site will include a collection of colorful, yurt-style tents called “podpads” and more typical tents will be available for rent or sale.