Unum Festival reveals first names for 2023

The Albanian festival heads to Rana e Hedhun in Shengjin from 1-6 June.

Unum Festival has announced the first wave of artists set to play its 2023 edition. Across six days and three stages, the event will welcome sets from Ricardo Villalobos, Margaret Dygas, Bedouin and Anthea. Other names confirmed include Aamir, Lekë, Manu Gonzalez, Sonja Moonear, tINI and Vitess.

The fourth edition of Unum will feature its signature Pine Stage – set in a pine forest – as well as continuing the 24/7 party programme with stage partners Animal Crossing, Club Der Visionaere and After Caposile. Furthermore, the Monday of the festival will see festivities running from day into night courtesy of Slapfunk. The festival will also feature beach parties in partnership with Kunye, Shimza and Nordstern.

Tickets for Unum Festival 2023 start from £80.19 for international attendees and £35.14 for locals and are on sale now. Head the festival’s website for tickets and further information.

Unum Festival held its inaugural edition back in 2019 – starting out as a 24-hour rave. In 2021, it returned for its second outing following the Albanian goverment’s approval to use rapid Covid-19 testing at the event. Albania was the first country in the world to approve testing for social and cultural events.

Ahead of the June event, Unum will be hosting a series of Road to Unum warm-up parties across Europe and the UK. This will include cities such as Manchester, London, Leeds, Paris, Ibiza, Barcelona, Berlin, Athens, Rome, Munich and many more.