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UNUM Festival, Albania: first names

Starring Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Shonky and more

2021 Dec 03     
2 Bit Thugs

UNUM Festival returns on 1-6 June,with many more names still TBA

After a successful debut in 2019, a coronavirus-enforced hiatus in 2020 and a triumphant return in 2021, UNUM Festival will once more be bringing the great and the good from the worlds of house and techno to Albania’s Adriatic coast on 1-6 June next year.

With 85 artists playing across three stages, all set against a stunning coastal backdrop that can rival anything the Med has to offer, it’s fair to say that UNUM has well and truly established itself as Albania’s leading dance/electronic music festival. The first acts for the 2022 edition have already been announced, and while there are plenty more names to come, the line-up’s looking pretty tasty as it is! 

Already confirmed are Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Shonky, Dyed Soundorom, tINI and Seth Troxler, while the 2022 festival will also (as the more astute among you may already have spotted) be a six-day event, as opposed to five days last year and four in 2019.

UNUM director Gregor O’Halloran said: “The experience of how Unum 2021 took place, in the context of a global pandemic, meant that thousands of people shared in a little piece of unique magic that will stay part of the festival’s history forever. This year for Unum 2022, we will be actively building on this same spirit… on that basis, we’ve added another day at the start and the festival will run longer on the Monday also, because people just didn’t want to stop dancing! We’ll also be spicing up the Beach Stage with some new sounds this year and adding some new, fresh faces on the Pines.”

Tickets are on sale now, currently priced €159.

For more information (including the full line-up) and details of the various accommodation options available, hit up UNUM Festival’s own website.

 

 

 

 

 

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