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ClockWork Times - Russian Ska Punk for Football Fans in Moscow
28.04.2018 08:07
ClockWork Times - Russian Ska Punk for Football Fans in Moscow

May 5, 2018 will see a gig of Russia's only near-football ska punk band, ClockWork Times, at the "16 Tons" club.

      Tough melodic reefs, aggressive brass sounds and outright lyrics are the key to their success, which has been substantiated with unmistakably sold out gigs.

      Active for over a decade and a half now, the Clockwork Times remain, in fact, Russia’s only successful ska punk band to record not only topical songs but also football anthems.

      There are only 300 tickets for their concert at "16 Tons" available, so make sure to book them in advance.

      When: 8 pm on May 5, 2018

      Where: Club "16 Tons" at the address Bld.  1, 6, Presnensky Val Street, Moscow.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Concerts in Moscow Russian Rock Music Book Tickets for Concerts Moscow Clubs  

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