Russia Beyond the Headlines has partnered with Russia.Sochi.Park to offer you the chance to visit the Red Rocks Festival for free!
The festival, which will take place at the Russia.Sochi. Park in London on July 28 and August 11, features prominent Russian musician and will serve as a public introduction to the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
We have 10 tickets to the Red Rocks Festival, and we want to give them away to our loyal readers!
For a chance to win email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why we should give YOU tickets to the Red Rocks Festival or follow us on Twitter @rbthmobile and tweet the answer to this question there! We’ll award the authors of the five most creative and convincing answers two tickets each.
You have until 6 p.m. Moscow time on July 26 to submit your entry. The winners will be announced on July 27.
Participants must be over 18. While the contest is primarily aimed at UK-based readers, contestants from other countries are also allowed to participate. Note, however, that RBTH will not cover any expenses associated with travelling to the event.
July 28: Mumiy Troll, Garik Sukachev, Vopli Vidopliassova, DJ Marat Hussein. Mumiy Troll is a legendary band from Vladivostok that performs in the “rock’a’pops style,” in the words of its leader Ilya Lagutenko. Garik Sukachev, a major representative of Russian rock, will appear on stage along with the musicians from the band Untouchables, performing his best songs. The Ukrainian act Vopli Vidopliassova is well known for its folk-punk-rock rhythms as well as for its energetic live performances.
August 11: Okean Elzy, B-2, DJ Subway, DJ Modular and Machete. The Lvov-based band Okean Elzy has topped the music charts of Ukraine and Russia with songs such as That Day, There, Where We are Not and I Want it this Way. B-2 never disappoints with its high-energy, emotionally intense performances, and Machete is a project by musician Jaroslav Maly that has already managed to win over many fans with its online presence.
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