Unifier Festival Returns for 2018 With A New Outlook
Unifier Festival has always delivered on their promise of nature, neon, and culture, bringing together artists from across the country. This year, Unifier returns with an outstanding lineup, hosted in Tolland, Massachusetts. Headliners include Mike Love, the Hawaiian reggae singer combining a bit of funk with cool summer vibes, Ill.gates, described as a “space genius from the future” will also be at the forefront, along with Rubblebucket, currently on tour after releasing their latest album Sun Machine. Also on the lineup are Upstate Rubdown, Hayley Jane and the Primates, Club d’Elf, and Templo, and a ton more.
2018 is a big year for the festival, as this will be the first festival held on Unifier-owned ground, as opposed to previous years of leasing. This was a big step for a more intimate event, but Unifier believes that owning personally owning the campground will pave the way for new opportunities to better the experience for the festival’s community. Set next to a 16-acre lake, and expanding across 400 acres, the campgrounds are littered with art exhibitions and performances, group yoga, and environmental workshops. To fuel all of these activities, Unifier can now offer locally sourced, organic food, aimed to help replenish and clear your mind throughout the three-day event.
Held from June 22 to June 24 at Camp Timber Trails in Tolland, MA, tickets can be purchased on Unifier’s website. Due to the festival’s intimate nature and a very successful flash pre-sale, tickets are already 50% sold out, so get yours while you still can!