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Oasis Festival 2017

Morocco's electronic paradise

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The Basics

14-17 September 2017
Marrakech, Morocco

Oasis Festival is an electronic festival in Marrakech, Morocco. Offering great music in a location like no other, the festival has already carved out a niche for itself despite still being in its infancy

Last year's lineup featured an incredible array of underground house and techno, with icons of the genres coming from all quarters to fill the festival's stages across three days of poolside partying.

A huge part of the appeal is the stunning location; both in terms of the luxury hotel where the partying takes place, and the incredible environs of the North African desert, shadowed by the breathtaking Atlas mountains. 


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  • Opening Party
  • Solomun
  • Amine K
  • Karmon
  • Kenny Glasgow B2B My Favorite Robot
  • Marcel Dettmann
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Dolan Bergin B2B Move D
  • HAAi
  • Harvey Sutherland [live]
  • Jaza
  • Joy Orbison B2B Kornel Kovács
  • Karenn [live]
  • KiNK [live]
  • Mike Servito
  • Thris Tian
  • Willow
  • Young Marco
  • Maceo Plex
  • Modeselektor [DJ set]
  • Agents of Time [live]
  • Alex Niggemann B2B Amine K
  • Call Super
  • Charlotte de Witte
  • Chloé B2B Ivan Smagghe
  • Daniel Avery
  • DJ Stingray
  • Dr. Rubinstein
  • Driss Skali
  • Fassi
  • Matt Medved
  • Pantha du Prince [live]
  • Shed
  • Jackmaster B2B Axel Boman
  • Nicolas Jaar [live]
  • Anja Schneider
  • Artunique
  • Auntie Flo
  • Giorgia Angiuli [live]
  • Henrik Schwarz & Jesse Rose present Black Rose
  • Jeremy Underground
  • Mar 1
  • Marcellus Pittman
  • Matthias Meyer B2B Patlac
  • Patrice Bäumel
  • Polyswitch
  • Tijana T
  • Unes

The Venue

Oasis Festival 2017

The Source Hotel
Route de l'Ourika

Marrakech (or Marrakesh) is the fifth biggest city in Morocco, though it is the most popular tourist destination in the country. Markets and bazaars fill the streets, while the Atlas mountains provide a stunning backdrop to The Source Hotel.

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