The festival, which will take place over two days, will see various acts from the UK and elsewhere in the world come to Sheffield to perform live.
Australian psychedelic rock band Jagwar Ma will headline the festival, returning to Sheffield for the second time.
Outlines is dubbed as ‘a genre-spanning mix of established names and breaking talent’ and operates as the sister festival to Tramlines Festival that takes over the city every July.
Organiser Kate Hewett said ‘We’ve got a great platform to be able to provide a stage for any kind of breaking talent that catches our eye and that’s something we really value.’
This year will be the second time that the event has taken place and the first time it has been made available to under 18’s.
The festival will take place across a number of Sheffield venues including Plug, The Leadmill, The Harley and Queens Social Club.
A number of Sheffield bands and artists such as Blood Sport, The Crookes and Dead Slow Hoot will perform over the weekend.
I spoke to Dead Slow Hoot about their thoughts on the festival and who they are looking forward to seeing play.
Dead Slow Hoot will play at The Leadmill at 7.45pm on Friday 3rd March.
The full Outlines Festival line up can be found here.