UNUM Festival announces line-up second wave for 2023 edition
The likes of Marco Carola, The Ghost and Dungeon Meat will play alongside Ricardo Villalobos, Margaret Dygas and Rhadoo
With a month to go until proceedings kick off, UNUM Festival has announced the second wave of its line-up for its upcoming 2023 edition.
Taking place in between June 1-6 in Shëngin, Albania, added to the bill are the likes of Hot Since 82, Marco Carola, Cap, Doudou MD, The Ghost, Magda, Dungeon Meat and Youandewan.
They join an already stacked line-up spanning underground house, techno, electro, minimal and garage that includes Ricardo Villalobos, Rhadoo, Raresh, Margaret Dygas, Praslea, Sonja Moonear and tINI.
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The festival will host stages curated by influential crews including Manchester’s Animal Crossing, who will take over the Pines Stage on Friday night, Romania’s Sunrise on Saturday and Slapfunk on Monday. Other music partners include Berlin’s Club der Visionäre, Secret Society, Circolo Degli Ilumminati and Venice’s After Caposile.
There will also be a host of local Albanian talent featured, with over 25 Albanian acts on the bill, as well as up and coming names in the European scene including Aamir, Anthea and Bassam.
It will once again take place on the site of Rana e Hedhun, on the Albanian coast, with beach parties and views of the Albanian mountains.
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Tickets are currently on final release, which cost £71.34 plus a booking fee for local festival goers, and £134.55 plus booking fee for international visitors. To purchase and for more information about the festival click here.
In June 2021, UNUM became the first unrestricted European festival to happen since pandemic restrictions were lifted on the continent. Check out Mixmag’s review here.
See the full 2023 line-up below.
Isaac Muk is a freelance journalist, follow him on Twitter