From May 31st – June 2nd, 2019, brand new open-air electronic music festival UNUM will take place on the Albanian coast.
UNUM in Latin means “One”. Not one as a number or measurement, not one as a singular, but One as a whole.
Combining music, sand, pines, the sea and the mountains, the festival will be held at Rana e Hedhun, in the town of Shengjin, on the idyllic Albanian coastline, with 50 international and local acts set to perform across 3 stages, over the course of 3 days and 3 nights.
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Albania is a small country in Southeastern Europe with Adriatic and Ionian coastlines, crossed by the Albanian Alps. The Albanian Riviera is some of the last untouched scenery in Europe, filled with isolated bays and golden beaches. Rana e Hedhun is situated at the northwest corner of the country.
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.
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