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Rammstein to Bring 27-Ton Lighting Equipment for Russian Concert
10.05.2013 11:34
Rammstein to Bring 27-Ton Lighting Equipment for Russian Concert

 The Rock over Volga Festival in Samara will present the Rammstein band as the headliner with its 1,5-hour set within its world tour Wir Halten Das Tempo.

Specially for the show musicians will bring with themselves their own lighting equipment, which weighs about 27 tons. It is designed so that all the listeners will be able to see the show from all the places of the festival.

It is a reminder that the 5th Musical Festival Rock over Volga will be held on June 8.  The well-known rock bands Aquarium, Alisa, Smyslovye Gallyutsinatsii, Kipelov, and Bi-2 will take part in it.

Rock over Volga is an international rock music festival annually held in the city of Samara since 2009 and timed to the Day of Russia.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Samara Rock Music Russian Rock Music Festivals  

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