OASI Festival is an intimate happening set in Piedmont, a stunning region of Italy bordering France and Switzerland.
The curation combines a number of worlds with its soundtrack, inviting a diverse range of sectors to the foot of the Alps where they indulge in extended sets through great sound systems. Last year, the two-day event saw the likes of Christian AB & Quest, Binh and Ricki Humphreys.
Evolving into a three-day showcase this year, the line-up has grown slightly to further capture their tastes, whilst maintaining a similar vibe with several artists being invited back. DJ Masda and Evan Baggs return to the Italian wilderness, alongside a gorgeous curation including Jane Fitz, Brasi and Craig Richards, as well as more left-field selectors in the likes of Ivan Smagghe and Vladimir Ivkovic.
Check out the full line-up for OASI 2023:
Extended sets are detailed as an explicit part of the festival, inviting artists to express themselves over longer periods and create that synchronistic magic in the woods. Piedmont, the breath-taking countryside where the festival will come to life is also known for its great wine which you will be able to sample during the festival.
You can feel that the OASI crew are in this for the right reasons, inviting their favourite and most inspiring artists to a beautiful location deep in nature. Roero Park, an Italian and world heritage site will play host to the magic that the collective describe as: “a sensory experience immersed in the most authentic and wild nature. Through music and art it proposes new ways of being a community. New ways of living. Living in celebration.”
Step into the Italian beauty and immerse yourself in this wild and ambitious movement presented by OASI. It’s often in these intimate, low-key events where special things happen both musically and with the new connections you will make through the many like-minded people sharing one space. There is also a special after-party planned with guests from the weekend.