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Open-air Music Festival Afisha Picnic to be Held in Moscow
23.06.2011 14:02
Open-air Music Festival Afisha Picnic to be Held in Moscow

Annual music open-air festival Afisha Picnic will be held in the memorial estate Kolomna in Moscow on July, 23rd.
      Among the participants of the event there are Hole, Kaiser Chiefs, Marina and the Diamonds, Mudzhus, "Both two", Zemfira, Tennis, Peaches, Bravo and Zorge.
      Afisha Picnic is the largest summer open air festival held in Moscow. Annually held since 2004 it attracts about 50000 persons each year. According to the organizers, Afisha Picnic means first of all unique atmosphere, which gives a chance to feel oneself a free and happy person without leaving Moscow.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags:  Concerts in Moscow Music   

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