The Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit Schedule and Activities

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The inaugural Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit, happening Friday, October 25-Sunday, October 27 throughout downtown Asheville, is just under a month away. With the addition of Cut Copy, AC Entertainment is ready to share the festival's schedule (included below) and more details on a wide range of other activities for festival attendees and the Asheville community to enjoy.

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The Apothecary will play host to TRASH_AUDIO Synth Event 13 on Sunday, October 27 from 1:00-7:00pm. The event will showcase over a dozen gear manufacturers followed by a night of intimate, live performances curated by the TRASH_AUDIO collective (Alessandro Cortini, Justin McGrath, Surachai and Richard Devine).

Also at The Apothecary, Sound & Vision Art Show, an exhibition pairing audio and visual works from up-and-coming local artists Gabriel Schaffer, Andy Herod, Gus Cutty and Jotti Mara, will be open throughout the weekend with a special reception Saturday, October 26 from 3:00-6:00pm where fans can meet the artists and experience live painting and performances.

Johnny Mann and Scott Pederson, two of the brilliant minds behind Waves Audio, have teamed up with Mountain Oasis to bring you Mixing with Waves, a hands-on opportunity to interact with Waves products and see the software live in action at Echo Mountain Studios on Saturday, October 26 from1:00-3:00pm.

Each event is free of charge and open to the public. Full details can be found at More activities, including a craft beer experience, will be announced in the coming weeks.

The activities above come in addition to the previously announced panels at the Diana Wortham Theatre - Inventors' Roundtable, a discussion featuring Paul Vo, Richard Devine, Tony Rolando and Richard Devine, and an Artist Spotlight: An Interview with Gary Numan, conducted by Electronic Musician's Geary Yelton. Panels are free of charge and open to Mountain Oasis pass and ticket holders only.

A limited allotment of previously sold-out VIP Weekend passes have just been released, and GA Weekend passes and daily tickets are available now at Please visit, like Mountain Oasis on Facebook, and follow Mountain Oasis on Twitter for updates and additional information.


12:00-1:30am Bassnectar
10:15-11:15pm Deltron 3030
8:45-9:45pm Tricky
7:15-8:15pm Claude Vonstroke

Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
11:30pm-1:00am Neutral Milk Hotel
9:45-10:45pm Daniel Johnston
8:30-9:15pm Half Japanese

The Orange Peel
12:30-2:00am Baths
9:00-10:00pm Laurel Halo
7:30-8:30pm Jacques Greene

Diana Wortham Theatre
8:45-9:45pm People Get Ready
7:00-7:50pm Jherek Bischoff

Asheville Music Hall
12:45-2:00am xxyyxx
9:30-10:30pm Silver Apples

12:00-1:30am Nine Inch Nails
10:00-11:15pm Godspeed You! Black Emperor
8:15-9:30pm Gary Numan
7:00-7:45pm Bosnian Rainbows

Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
11:30pm-1:00am Animal Collective
9:30-10:30pm Chromatics
7:45-8:45pm Zola Jesus & JG Thrillwell

The Orange Peel
12:30-2:00am Actress
10:45pm-12:00amThe Bug
9:00-10:15pm Robert Delong
7:30-8:30pm ITAL

Diana Wortham Theatre
10:30-11:45pm I Speak Machine (Tara Busch)
8:45-10:00pm Raime
7:00-8:15pm King Britt Presents Fhloston Paradigm (USA Premier) Featuring Pia Ercole

Asheville Music Hall
12:45-2:00am Delorean
11:00pm-12:15amBig Black Delta
9:15-10:30pm Sorne

10:30pm-12:00amPretty Lights
8:45-9:45pm Disclosure
7:15-8:15pm PANTyRAiD
6:00-6:45pm Rudimental

Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
10:00-11:30pm Cut Copy
8:15-9:15pm Darkside
6:45-7:45pm Jessie Ware

The Orange Peel
11:00pm-12:30amThe Orb
9:15-10:15pm Mount Kimbie
7:45-8:45pm How To Dress Well
6:15-7:15pm Autre Ne Veut

Diana Wortham Theatre
9:30-10:30pm Alan Howarth
7:30-8:30pm Ulrich Schnauss
6:00-7:00pm William Basinski

Asheville Music Hall
9:15-10:15pm Tourist
7:45-8:45pm T.Williams

Woven around the twin threads of contemporary electronic music and the creative use of technology - old and new - Mountain Oasis features world-class musical performances by many of the greatest artists in contemporary music, along with talks, seminars, and panels by artists and others; interactive experiences for audiences; art installations and exhibitions and more. The events all take place indoors, within easy walking distance of one another, in the heart of downtown Asheville. The mountain oasis that is Asheville provides extraordinary inspiration as a stunningly beautiful and unique setting for the festival. Both its rich cultural history and its current innovative vitality are inseparable from the Mountain Oasis experience.