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After two massively successful years and now, an impressive third sell-out in a row, UNIFY will return to Tawin Lower this weekend with its biggest lineup yet; including headline performances by AlexisonfireViolent Soho and Northlane as part of a 26 band lineup over two huge nights.

UNIFY’s Luke Logemann reminds us that heavy music is still thriving in the Aussie music scene, “thanks to the amazing punters who have helped us achieve a third straight sell-out. More proof that heavy music is alive and well! See you all in the arena!”

UNIFY has been a smashing success since its inception with UNIFY 2015 famously selling out of its 3000 ticket allocation in just three hours, while its second year also sold out of all 5000 tickets well before the event kicked off. This year, all 2000 Early Bird tickets flew out the door in under 24 hours, without the backing of a lineup announcement. The festival is a uniquely Australian event that takes pride in showcasing our beautiful natural surroundings as well as our incredible musical output and fandom for which Australia has become renowned for.

Once again, UNIFY will be held in the small rural town of Tarwin Lower, situated on their recreation reserve and football field just like the 2015 and 2016 events. Thanks to the support of the local community, the 2017 event is now a two night affair, which means more artists, more amenities and more amazing memories for the artists and punters!

UNIFY 2017 A HEAVY MUSIC GATHERING
FEATURING:
ALEXISONFIRE
VIOLENT SOHO
NORTHLANE
EVERY TIME I DIE
THE GETAWAY PLAN [playing Other Voices Other Rooms]
LETLIVE.
THY ART IS MURDER
LUCA BRASI
HOUSE VS HURRICANE
BODYJAR
MOOSE BLOOD
STORM THE SKY
COUNTERPARTS
DEEZ NUTS
TROPHY EYES
KING PARROT
OCEAN GROVE
SAVIOUR
COLUMBUS
THE DIRTY NIL
POLARIS
THE BRAVE
BARE BONES
JUSTICE FOR THE DAMNED
DROWN THIS CITY
OCEAN SLEEPER

Find out more here.

Head to UNIFYGATHERING.COM for further information.

Photo: Supplied

Australian Music Blog-Australian Music Magazine-UNIFY 2017