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Morocco's Oasis Festival Announces Phase 3 with Ben Klock, Damian Lazarus, Stephan Bodzin, and More


Morocco's Oasis Festival Announces Phase 3 with Ben Klock, Damian Lazarus, Stephan Bodzin, and More

Morocco's Oasis Festival taking place this September 14-16 on the outskirts of Marrakech surrounded by the stunning Atlas Mountains, has unveiled its phase 3 lineup with heavyweights Ben Klock, Damian Lazarus, Stephan Bodzin (live) and more joining the ranks for its fourth edition. Adding to an already impressive list of the who's who of house and techno including Carl Cox, Avalon Emerson, DJ Koze, Honey Dijon, Jessy Lanza, Mount Kimbie, Peggy Gou and The Black Madonna, Oasis Festival is set to be a stand-out on the destination music festival calendar this summer.

Chief amongst these latest names is Ben Klock, the techno heavyweight with ties to the world-famous Berghain, Ostgut Ton imprint and his own influential Klockworks label. Also announced is desert house shaman Damian Lazarus who runs the Crosstown Rebels empire, Bestival founder and encyclopedia of all musical forms, Rob Da Bank, and fans can look forward to a special live set from long time techno favorite Stephan Bodzin. An additional live set will also come from George Fitzgerald, whose exceptional latest album 'All That Must Be' features collaborations with Bonobo and Lil Silva

Next to these big names are innovative young stars like DJ Boring who will go back to back with Austrian talent Demuja, and Rhythm Section and Eglo's deep house, broken beat specialist Henry Wu back to back with Moroccano funk, house and jazz connoisseur Polyswitch.

Germany's razor sharp lo-fi house producer DJ Slyngshot also lines-up with others like Bali-based Dea Barandana who is frequently championed by Gilles Peterson. Add in JDH & Dave P who hail from New York and Philadelphia and run the FIXED parties, plus Casablanca label Casa Voyager, and you have a diverse yet coherent lineup of passionate selectors gracing the Oasis decks.

Mixing an authentic cultural experience with a world-class soundtrack, traditional local customs and friendly hosts, Oasis Festival caters to those passionate about adventurous travel and quality sounds of the underground. Taking place at the magical and luxurious Fellah Hotel at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, the Oasis Festival grounds are filled with tropical gardens, palm trees, cacti and sun soaked swimming pools all backed by breathtaking vistas. Bringing something fresh to the region and offering a chance to party under the North African stars and warm summer rays, there are-for the first time this year-three stages at Oasis Festival, and each one offers an immersive experience like no other.

With this latest wave of names, Oasis Festival 2018 is shaping up to be an essential stop for discerning lovers of underground electronic music.

Tickets for Oasis Festival 2018 are on sale now via with second release weekend passes for $198 USD.

Oasis Festival's 2018 Lineup (more to be announced):

(* indicates Phase 3 Artists)

Actress x Mount Kimbie (B2B DJ Set)

Avalon Emerson


*Ben Klock

Bradley Zero B2B Sassy J

Carl Cox

*Casa Voyager


*Damian Lazarus

*Dea Barandana


Denis Horvat B2B Amine K

Denis Sulta

Derrick Carter B2B The Black Madonna

Detroit Swindle

*DJ Boring B2B Demuja

DJ Koze

DJ Python

*DJ Slyngshot

*George Fitzgerald (Live)


*Henry Wu B2B Polyswitch

Honey Dijon

Jane Fitz

*JDH & *Dave P

Jessy Lanza (DJ Set)

Kosh (Live)

La Fleur

Larry Heard AKA Mr Fingers (Live)


Maribou State (DJ Set)


Mr. G (Live)


Octo Octa (Live)

Paula Temple

Peggy Gou


*Rob da Bank


Romare (DJ Set)

Tim Sweeney

William Djoko

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