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Over Thousand People Celebrated Colours Festival in Yoshkar-Ola
19.07.2015 09:48
Over Thousand People Celebrated Colours Festival in Yoshkar-Ola

Long-awaited colours festival was held in Yoshkar-Ola on July 18, 2015. Lots of the visitors were participants of the last year event.

      This most exciting holiday has been adopted from India. The Holy festival has been celebrated in India for more than two millennia.

      The festival program included a colourful show, music performances, Street Dance, competitions and gifts, face painting and bodyart, trampoline jumping and tapping DJ sets.

      The festival was crowned with a concert of Akula, who pleased participants with hits of the 1990s.

      

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Yoshkar-Ola Colours Festival    

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