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Old New Rock Festival Held in Yekaterinburg
14.01.2017 19:32
Old New Rock Festival Held in Yekaterinburg

Traditional winter festival Old New Rock took place in Yeltsin Tsentre of Yekaterinburg on January 13.

      Old New Rock is Russia's largest winter festival, which has been annualy held  since 2001. It is with this festival that lots of rock musicians started their stage career. Over time of its existence it has developed the tradition of bringing together rock stars and aspiring musicians on one stage.

      Rock musicians from all over Russia as well as neighboring countries perform at the festival. For a whole year long organizers selected the best musicians. Thirty participants were selected out of 250 applications.

      The main stars on the festival stage were the famous rock bands, such as Banned Drummers, Kalinov Most, Modnitsa, Affinage, Dizzi Jazz, and Funky Buziness Gang with their hits. Nevertheless, most of the performers were aspiring musicians.

       


Sources: http://svopi.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Old New Rock Festival Music Festivals Yekaterinburg Rock Music  

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