Morocco’s Oasis: Into The Wild To Showcase Their Unique Culture With Phase 1 Lineup

Morocco’s second edition of Oasis: Into the Wild has shared the first acts for its 2023 edition, moving to an iconic filming location that showcases the stunning history of the African country.

From October 27-29, several international icons will travel to perform for one unique music event and cultural experience.

Headliners include house legend Honey Dijon, Pampa boss DJ Koze, Amsterdam-born, London-based Jyoty, The XX’s Romy, Peruvian producer Sofia Kourtesis, and house and techno creative TSHA

Joining them are British-Pakistani producer Ahadadream, garage pioneer Todd Edwards, raw techno DJs Maelstrom & Louisahhh, and so much more.

Oasis: Into the Wild also highlights local Moroccan talent with sets by AliA, ANÏA, AMVN, Capra, Kawtar Sadik, and a host of others.

This year, the festival has moved to the new venue of Atlas Studios where film and TV epics like Gladiator, Game of Thrones, and The Mummy were filmed.

And attendees can experience the life and culture of Morocco with an onsite, Moroccan cuisine dining experience and cutting-edge art and culture pop-ups from North Africa’s most exciting creators and tastemakers.

Check out the full lineup below. Tickets to Oasis: Into the Wild in Morocco are available here.

Featured image courtesy of Oasis Festival

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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