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Extreme Festival to be Held in Sokolniki Park
24.05.2012 12:04
Extreme Festival to be Held in Sokolniki Park

The opening ceremony of the International Festival of extreme sports, recreation and tourism will be held today at Sokolniki Park, Moscow.

      The participants and guests of the event are now gathering in the pavilion No. 4 for the official part of the festival. After that, climbing and break dance performances will be held.

      The main part of the show area is the new skate park, which will soon start to operate on a regular basis and will be available for all visitors of the park.

      During the ceremony the best Moscow skaters will be demonstrating their skills. The entrance to the show area will be free for all skaters from 11am to 7pm May 24-25, 2012.

      Lasting from 24 to 27 May, this festival aims to promote healthy lifestyles, familiarize the youth with extreme sports, and demonstrate achievements of the international extreme sports industry.

      For more details visit (English version available). 

      Source: Sport Express. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow activity holidays extreme sports Russian festivals 

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