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by Megan Bowles

Finish off your summer lineup with this one-of-a-kind Moroccan weekend.

Taking place between the 23rd and 24th of September 2022, Morocco’s renowned Oasis Festival kicks off its debut, nomadic edition of Into the Wild with a show-stopping lineup and a unique twist on the festival experience. The debut year sets the tone for what’s to come: an immersive cultural experience set in the stunning coastal city of Dakhla, that combines electronic music, good food, and a focus on wellbeing.

What more could you want from a festival? Well, don’t forget that after you’re done dancing into the early hours you can also take time to care for your mind and body too. Take in Dakhla’s surroundings, where the desert meets the sea, whilst meditating in the outdoor yoga sessions or join in on a Pyradym sound healing experience. If you’re feeling more adventurous (and aren’t suffering from partying and making use of the Baromètre cocktail bar), you can go kitesurfing, quad biking and more in the daytime.

Electronic music lovers, you’ll have a feast at Oasis Festival: Into the Wild, so here are five of the acts you need to sink your teeth into…

Tama Sumo and Lakuti

Have you always wanted to go to Berghain? Well, here you can find a taster of the club’s atmosphere in Morocco with back-to-back sets from musical power couple Tama Sumo and Lakuti, Berghain and Panorama Bar residents. German DJ and producer Tama Sumo – AKA “one of the world’s finest house and techno DJs whose success and acclaim stem only from her skills as a selector” – and South African-born DJ and general industry all-rounder Lakuti are unmissable, so get them on your radar right now.


Âme is a German techno/house duo, formed by Kristian Beyer & Frank Wiedemann. Now having made tracks together for over 20 years, the duo first made their mark on the clubbing scene with their single ‘Raj’, and since then have constantly evolved their sound to stay at the top of electronic music royalty.


Listen to some local talent with duo WAHM. Completely defying the borders of genre, the now Paris-based duo lives up to their name (WAHM translates to illusion in Arabic, referring to the effect of music on the brain). Get ready to hear electronic music like you’ve never heard it before.


Best known as the woman behind the best Saturday morning vibes on Rinse FM, Jyoty fast becoming one of the best-loved figures in the underground music scene. The Amsterdam-born, London-based DJ emerged online via Boiler Room, and now uses her burgeoning platform to give back to minority communities, so what better reason to get on the Jyoty train and support a caring queen this festival season.


Agoria is a French multidisciplinary artist and DJ, who doesn’t stick within the boundaries of musical category – he ‘drifts’ between genres to make an experience for his audience and for himself to have the room to experiment. “Drift is a mind-set, it’s about freedom in music, and musical taste”, he explains, “Drift as a genre of music is a bridge which unifies, links territories, creating new frontiers, inventing new codes”.

Check out the festival online here to find out more…

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