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Ilya Lagutenko to Put Vladivostok into Guinness Book of Records
17.08.2011 00:52
Ilya Lagutenko to Put Vladivostok into Guinness Book of Records
Ilya Lagutenko

Ilya Lagutenko with his band Mumiy Troll is going to undertake an unprecedented action on September, 1st this year.


      

The musician plans to give two gigs in two extreme megacities of Russia - Vladivostok and Kaliningrad - on one and the same day. The singer wants to cover the distance of 10000 kilometers between the most eastern and the most western cities of Russia by a usual flight with a transfer in Moscow.


      

The concert in Vladivostok will start in the Central Square at 11 am local time. Mumiy Troll will greet the city with the Day of Knowledge and right after the show will head for the airport. The next concert will take place already in Kaliningrad at 10 pm local time.


      

The planned action has no analogues in the world rock music. For this reason the project is going to be put in the Russian and World Guinness Book of Records.


      

Source: vladivostok-news.ru


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian events Vladivostok Kaliningrad   

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