Oasis festival completes programme

MOROCCO: Taking place from September 11 – 13, Oasis will be the first festival of its kind in Marrakech, offering festivalgoers an unexplored festival paradise in the idyllic surroundings of the Fellah Hotel. Guests at the three-day event will be able to soak up the sun and revel in the spectacular views of the nearby Atlas Mountains, accompanied by a soundtrack of house, techno, disco and electronica.

Alongside headline sets from acts including DJ Harvey and Âme, the exotic Moroccan location will also play host to a trio of exclusive back-to-back sessions with Guy Gerber & Matthew Dear in their first ever B2B festival performance, Panorama Bar regular Cassy and Ibiza favourite tINI, plus Chloé back to back with Fairmont.

Other acts set to perform include Stockholm native and Studio Barnhus co-founder Axel Boman, Swiss duo Adriatique, Agoria, Alex Niggemann, BLOND:ISH, Danny Daze, Life And Death label head DJ Tennis, house and disco legend Derrick Carter, Parisian producer Dyed Soundorom, Eli & Fur, BPitch head Ellen Allien, Running Back’s main man Gerd Janson, Anjunadeep’s Dom Donnelly, MANIK and Martin Roth, Michael Mayer, My Favorite Robot, Nicole Moudaber, Pachanga Boys, German techno veteran Robag Wruhme and Will Saul. The sounds of Morocco will also be represented, with sets from Amine K, DJ Daox, Driss Skali and Kali.G B2B Secret 47.

For the complete day-by-day schedule visit Oasis festival’s official website.

In addition to the music line-up, Oasis will deliver ancillary entertainment in the form of daily yoga classes led by Joga Beats’ Jo Youle, live painting and street art from Moroccan artist Yann Chatelin, inviting stage-side pools, plus massage and wellness activities. Guests will also have the chance to experience Moroccan culture on-site, with authentic local street food, a wide selection of locally produced and organic products at the souk, henna body art and more. With the centre of Marrakech just 10 minutes from the festival it’s also the perfect opportunity to explore the city’s rich Berber, Arabic and Moorish culture, historic sights and desert landscapes.