Camp Trip Oasis is one of those boutique events that is difficult to simply label a festival. A piecework of underground talent across multiple creative platforms, the three night affair at Native Springs Oasis will be a showcase of the arts and those who celebrate them. Tucked just south of Lake Isabella in California’s high desert, Camp Trip fuses live music, comedy, art, and performers into a scenic retreat setting. As the name implies, the grounds feature both natural water fixtures and on site amenities; Oasis proves a haven for life and culture in an area entirely isolated from the daily grind. Attendees will be able to fully immerse themselves in the most raw and experimental artistry on the West Coast. With a lineup that plays very little into the notion of genre restrictions, there’s a little something for everyone at Camp Trip.
The participants at Camp Trip Oasis are a culmination of individuals who contribute their craft to each other and the community. An intimate gathering of all forms of artistry, Camp Trip strikes a fine balance between setting the vibe and sound. Mornings of ‘Liquid Flow Yoga’ will flow into sunrise sets with no stop to the festivities. Acts like Soothslayer (Big Booty Bass) will represent the vibrant dnb scene, while local artists like Loc N Key and Mark Lizaola (Aftertraxx) throw down on behalf of LA’s thriving house underground. While only in its second year at its current home, Camp Trip has long been a haven for up and comers bolstered by its core of journeymen participants. DJ Keekz will once again curate the musical stylings of Camp Trip, while Pookie P, HARDNOCKER and the aforementioned Soothslayer will represent just a handful of the usual suspects returning to Camp Trip for yet another year. You can catch them performing alongside solid bookings, including techno and progressive house legends Rabbit in the Moon. The depth and appeal of Camp Trip Oasis’ lineup is something we have solemnly missed from these kinds of boutique shows.
Camp Trip Oasis has multiple experience options, with general camping and four person teepee reservations still available for this weekend’s affair. Festivities begin on Friday, September 28th and continue ’till Sunday. Tickets are not available on site, so be sure to grab some online here prior to arrival!