UNUM is a new festival in Albania, promising to showcase "50 of the finest international and local acts" over three days and nights.
It'll be held at Rana e Hedhun in the town of Shengjin from May 31 to June 2. The location is part of the Albanian Riviera, described as "the last untouched scenery in Europe, filled with isolated bays and golden beaches."
"UNUM in Latin means 'One'," the press release reads. "Not one as a number or measurement, not one as a singular, but One as a whole."
The press release adds: "It’s the type of place where the name of the festival makes sense, with music and scenery coming together to form a blissful dream; sunlight glistening on the sea as you feel the sand beneath your feet, and the smooth sound of the wind softly gliding through the pine trees.
"All set against a mountain backdrop, the ideal space for hearing so many respected artists from around the world."
Check UNUM's Facebook Page for more info.
Aaron Holden is a freelance journalist, follow him on Twitter.