Unify Gathering

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Unify Gathering
Genre Heavy metal, metalcore, hardcore, punk rock, progressive rock, alternative rock
DatesMid January
Location(s) Flag of Australia (converted).svg Tarwin Lower, Victoria
Years active2015 - present
Organised by RED HILL Entertainment / UNIFIED MUSIC GROUP / The Hills Are Alive
Website Official website

Unify Gathering is an annual Australian music festival held in South Gippsland, Victoria, featuring artists of various genres including rock, metal, and punk.


Originally started in 2015 as a two-day music and camping festival, the event expanded to three days in 2017; with attendance increasing from 3,000 in 2015 [1] to 5,000 in 2016, and 7,500 for 2017 and 2018. [2] In 2019, the festival moved to a new location in Tarwin Meadows, 5 minutes away from the previous site at the Tarwin Lower Recreation Reserve. [3]

Artist lineups by year








A ^ The Getaway Plan performed their debut album, Other Voices, Other Rooms in full.
B ^ Bodyjar replaced I Killed the Prom Queen, who withdrew from the lineup. I Killed the Prom Queen were originally announced to perform their album 'Music for the Recently Deceased' in full.






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