Morocco’s Oasis Festival announces opening party with Solomun, Kenny Glasgow, My Favourite Robot, Amine K and more….
Oasis Festival adds an extra day in 2017, announcing an official Opening Party set to take place on Thursday 14th September. Festivalgoers eager to start the celebrations early will be treated to a headline performance from Solomun, sets from Amine K and Karmon and a back-to-back session from Kenny Glasgow and My Favorite Robot. Tickets for the Opening Party are on sale now!
With two successful Ibiza residencies to his name, (Solomun+1 at Pacha and Solomun+LIVE at Ushuaïa), two highly-respected labels and a reputation as one of house music’s most dexterous selectors, Solomun is currently riding high as one of the most in-demand DJs on the scene. The Diynamic label head’s infectious passion for music is always delivered direct to the dancefloor, and with guaranteed track after track of quality music, anticipation is high for Solomun’s Oasis Festival debut!
Amine K has been an integral part of Oasis since the festival’s first edition in 2015. Co-founder of Morocco’s influential Moroko Loko parties, the enigmatic performer is a true ambassador for the country’s underground scene. Mixing up Moroccan influenced music with sounds from all over the world, Amine has built a loyal following not only amongst the Oasis crowd, but on the international scene too, and his set at Oasis 2017 is sure to be another standout performance.
Also lined up for the Oasis Opening Party are Dutch DJ and Diynamic mainstay Karmon, who brings a set brimming with melodic house and tech, and a back-to-back session from North American electronic music pioneer and former Art Department member Kenny Glasgow and fellow Canadian act My Favorite Robot.
Tickets for the Oasis Festival Opening Party are on sale now, priced from just €45. To book your place visit theoasisfest.com/tickets/opening.
Taking place from 15th-17th September at luxury music resort The Source in Marrakech, Oasis Festival 2017 features a world-class electronic music line-up, including Ellum label founder and Ibiza favourite Maceo Plex, Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann, Detroit DJ and producer Moodymann, and live sets from hardware maestros KiNK and Karenn. Other acts making their way to the Red City include Mike Servito, Chloé, Auntie Flo, Jeremy Underground, Young Marco, Charlotte de Witte, Thris Tian and Polyswitch, with lots more still to be announced!
With sun-kissed days and starlit nights soundtracked by an impressive league of house and techno talent in the luxurious surroundings of The Source, Oasis is made complete with stage-side swimming pools, daily yoga sessions, lush gardens, adventures in Marrakech, and stunning views of the nearby Atlas Mountains. Oasis brings the finest slice of festival paradise to the ancient world of Marrakech, creating a truly unique cultural experience.
OASIS FESTIVAL 2017
The Source, Marrakech, Morocco
OPENING PARTY (14th September)
Solomun, Amine K, Karmon and Kenny Glasgow B2B My Favorite Robot
LINEUP (15th – 17th September)
Auntie Flo | Charlotte de Witte | Chloé | Jeremy Underground | Karenn (live) | KiNK (live) | Maceo Plex | Marcel Dettmann | Mike Servito | Moodymann | Polyswitch | Thris Tian | Young Marco
Opening Party (Thursday) | Tickets from €45 on sale now at theoasisfest.com/tickets/opening
Weekend Pass (Friday – Sunday) | Tickets from €139 at theoasisfest.com/tickets
Packages (inclusive of hotel and festival wristband) start from €169 EUR + BF.
Book now at theoasisfest.com/packages
OASIS FESTIVAL 2016 AFTERMOVIE
“Expertly organised, easy-going and fun.” – Resident Advisor
“Oasis has expertly combined all the ingredients to become world famous.” – Mixmag
“For those looking for the sun-soaked, laid-back festival experience, Oasis comes highly, highly recommended.” – Crack Magazine
“The hottest new festival on the market” – DJ Mag
“Oasis is exactly what a dance festival should be: fun, inclusive, gorgeous, and perfectly curated. It was prepared with dancers in mind.” – Thump
“A house music festival in Marrakech that brings the template of the civilised, sun-kissed rave to north Africa” – The Guardian
“Set against the sun-kissed backdrop of Marrakech, Oasis makes for a pretty ideal way to spend the final few days of summer.” – London Evening Standard