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Music festival to rock Tarwin Lower

UNIFIED and The Hills are Alive are proud to announce the first year of a new event Unify: A Heavy Music Gathering.

Unify is a two day boutique camping and music gathering set at Tarwin Lower Recreation Reserve at January 10 and 11, 2015.

The concept is to create a community driven event of 3000 punters across the punk, hardcore and metal world, with an all Australian line-up that showcases the quality and diversity of our heavy music culture.

The site includes a camping area, full stage and production setup, BYO and licensed areas, and a punter friendly atmosphere.

The camping element of the gathering is inspired by the European festival culture that takes place across the European summer.
Headlining the gathering will be The Amity Affliction, which recently sold out its entire Let The Ocean Take Me tour, including the Festival Hall show in Melbourne which sold out in under a week.

With three gold records and two number one albums, Amity has become one of the leading draws on the Australian touring circuit.
Northlane will also join the event in its first Australian show since their massive Free Your Mind tour in May and June, and its last before heading to record their highly anticipated third album. These shows will come shortly after playing 3000-7000 capacity rooms across Europe.
Byron Bay’s In Hearts Wake will be playing in their perfect natural setting at Unify. Having received a huge buzz for their epic Soundwave performances earlier this year, they will bring their environmentally conscious message to South Gippsland for the first time.
Thy Art Is Murder has become one of the hardest touring metal bands on the planet, and has become a worldwide headline. As the heaviest band on the line-up, and possibly in Australia, expect one of the craziest performances of the evening.
No party would be right without the boys from Deez Nuts showing up. They will be fresh from recording their fourth album when they take the stage at Unify, their first show since supporting The Amity Affliction on their recent Australian tour.
One of the key drawcards on the gathering will be the return of Break Even. As one of the most loved hardcore bands of the past decade, Break Even broke up in 2013. This reunion will be a reminder of what made them so special.
The line-up will also feature a who’s who of Australian hardcore and metal including ConfessionBuriedIn VeronaHand Of Mercy, Antagonist AD, Hellions, Storm The Sky, Endless Heights, Aversions Crown, Stories, Electrik Dynamite and Earth Caller.
As well as live acts, Unify will also feature live DJs, mini golf, sports-field, chill-out areas, street cart food, late night cinema and much more. The site features both BYO and licensed areas, and all tickets will include free camping on site. The event is strictly 18+.
Tickets for Unify start from $99 and are available from October 2. Tickets will come in special bundles that can include event-branded sunglasses, t-shirts, stubby coolers and posters.

All tickets are available exclusively from 24Hundred.net with limited tickets available at certain outlets. For full ticket information please visit unifygathering.com/ticketing.
Tickets from $99 plus booking fee. Tickets also available at Vortex Surf Skate Snow, Wonthaggi; Jean Depot, Leongatha; and Serious Surf Stuff, Inverloch.

For more information please head to UNIFYGATHERING.COM

Poignant message: In Hearts Wake will be one of the highlight bands of Unify: A Heavy Music Gathering at Tarwin Lower.

Poignant message: In Hearts Wake will be one of the highlight bands of Unify: A Heavy Music Gathering at Tarwin Lower.

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