Outlook Festival and Mixcloud have both teamed up to offer quite a prize relating to this year’s Outlook Festival in Pula, Croatia. Not only is an all-expenses paid trip to Outlook on offer, but also the chance to headline a stage at the festival. Not bad!

Outlook Festival runs from midday Thursday 30th August 2012 – 6am Monday 3rd September 2012.

Now in it’s 5th year Outlook is widely recognised as Europe’s largest bass music and sound system culture festival.

To enter this competition and be in with a chance of DJing at the festival, follow these instructions below;

  • Upload a 30 minute mix to Mixcloud of the kind of music you would play at Outlook Festival
  • Name the mix ’Outlook Festival 2012 Competition Entry’ and tag it ’Outlook Festival 2012 Competition Entry’. If you fail to tag it correctly, your mix may be missed!
  • Use the Outlook Festival DJ competition artwork as your cover art – download it here

Your entry needs to include a full track list to be considered.

The first round of the competition will run from now until 5pm Friday  6th April 2012. A mix must have over 500 plays to progress past this round – you must submit your mix by this date.

The 2nd round will then run until 5pm 20th April 2012. A mix must be favourited by at least 100 people to qualify for the shortlist – more favourites means a higher chance of being shortlisted. We will create a playlist of the long-listed djs on our Mixcloud profile and send the listeners to this playlist.

10 entrants will be shortlisted, after complying with the above requirements, with the winners announced 23rd April 2012.

There’s not a great deal of time left, so get that mix up on mixcloud as soon as possible! UKB

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