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Uriah Heep to Perform in Moscow
24.10.2011 11:52
Uriah Heep to Perform in Moscow
Uriah Heep

British musicians will present to Moscow public their new concert program in support of the 23rd studio album “Into the Wild”. Russian tour of the legendary band, covering 14 cities, will start on 26 October in Khabarovsk and will be completed on November 22 in Yekaterinburg

      The band is going to make a great show – they will bring to Moscow a lot of equipment to provide quality light and sound. Fans will be able to buy exclusive souvenirs, dedicated to the 40th anniversary of the band in a rock music. Musicians are also going to hold an autograph session for all comers in one of the shopping centres.

      Uriah Heep will perform about 15 songs, mostly from the new album, but not forgetting such classics, as “Gypsy”, "Look At Yourself", "July Morning", "Lady In Black", etc.

      It is the second time the band visits Russia – in July they had a successful tour in Krasnodar, Stavropol, Essentuki, Nalchik and Vladikavkaz.

      The concert's organizers advise to hurry with ticket booking. The price varies from 2 to 5 thousand rubles.

      To learn more about the rock band Uriah Heep you can here

      To find booking information and news on the upcoming concert, check the Crocus City Hall's official website (English version availbale). 

      Source: ITAR-TASS. Image courtesy: www.rock.ru


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian culture Moscow events Concerts in Moscow   

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