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Blur to Sing at Afisha Picnic Festival
4.05.2013 14:19
Blur to Sing at Afisha Picnic Festival

The Blur band will be the headliner of the main stage of the Moscow Open-Air Afisha Picnic Festival.

      It has been reported at the Afisha magazine site. The festival will take place in the Kolomenskoe Memorial Estate on July 13, 2013.

      Among the declared bands at the festival there are also Aloe Blacc, Ceelo Green, Spleen, La Roux and Bat for Lashes.

      Afisha Picnic is the largest annual open-air musical festival in Russia held in Moscow and organized by the Afisha magazine. The first Afisha festival took place in 2004. Every year the number of participants, stages and listeners accelerates.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Festivals in Moscow Kolomenskoe Music   

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