If you love Russian women and you love outdoor music festivals, you may want to consider visiting Moscow this summer.
Afisha Picnic used to be the only open air event worth attending. Russian music lovers would have to travel abroad to see their favorite acts. But this year, many of the same headliners are coming to Moscow.
Woodkid, Tesla Boy, Motorama (May 19-26)
Bosco Fresh Fest returns to Gorky Park for a second time as part of the two month long Cherry Tree Forest Festival, which also includes theater performances, film screenings, and book readings.
Alt-J, Hot Chip (June 1)
Ahmad Tea Music Festival takes place at Hermitage Garden for a third year, promising great food and adult beverages on the summer terrace of the 32.05 restaurant.
Mumiy Troll, Zemfira, The Killers (June 29-30)
Park Live will be a first for the All-Russia Exhibition Center and will feature the two most popular Russian rock artists, Mumiy Troll and Zemfira, along with such international acts as The Killers, Justice, Crystal Castles, Australians, and Pendulum.
Arctic Monkeys, Hurts, Foals (July 6)
Subbotnik will bring music lovers out to Gorky Park once again for a festival devoted to British Bands.
Blur, Bat For Lashes, Cee Lo Green (July 13)
Afisha Picnic is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year at Kolomenskoye, one of the larger and more historically significant parks.
Have you traveled to Russia yet? This summer could be the perfect time!
Source: The Moscow Times