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Afisha Picnic Open-Air to be Held in Moscow
6.07.2012 08:55
Afisha Picnic Open-Air to be Held in Moscow

The traditional 8th open-air Afisha Picnic festival will be held in Kolomenskoye museum estate on July 21, 2012.
      
      This year the Pet Shop Boys band will be the headliner of the main festival stage. Besides, Franz Ferdinand, Mika, Little Boots, the Aquarium band, and others will perform on the main stage.
      
      The second stage will be headed by The Drums and Fuck Buttons, whereas the Sun stage will present Miss Lauryn Hill.
      
      Guests of the festival will have a chance to visit restaurants with ethnic food, a market with designer's works, art installations, and summer cinemas, and play sports and table games.
      
      Afisha Picnic is one of the largest open-air festivals in Moscow. Every year this event brings together up to 50 thousand people.
      
      Source:
      trud.ru
      afisha.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Kolomenskoye Concerts in Moscow Afisha Picnic Festivals in Moscow  

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