Ex­plore amaz­ing ar­ray of artists this sum­mer

Azer News - - Culture & Lifestyle - By La­man Is­may­ilova

With no doubt, sum­mer is a sea­son of the fun and ex­cite­ment. It’s best time to get out of the home and catch some fab­u­lous mu­sic in the city's finest mu­si­cal venues.

Noth­ing beats spend­ing the day out­side watch­ing your fa­vorite singers per­for­mance while spend­ing time with best friends and un­be­liev­able scenery.

If you're look­ing for the ul­ti­mate party ex­pe­ri­ence, than you have to check out ‘Zhara-2018’ sum­mer mu­sic fes­ti­val.

Ex­plore an amaz­ing ar­ray of artists in the Sea Breeze recre­ation cen­ter on July 26-29.

Fa­mous Rus­sian singers Va­leriy Me­ladze, Lubov Uspen­skaya, Yuri Antonov, Va­le­ria, Nyusha, A`Stu­dio, Egor Creed, MOT, L'One, Klava Koka, Han­nah, Doni, Misha Marvin, hiphop star Ti­mati and rock band Len­ingrad will gather on the same stage to sur­prise with their hits.

Zhara is a joint project of Azer­bai­jani singer Emin Agalarov, hon­ored artist of the Rus­sian Fed­er­a­tion Grig­ory Leps and founder of the Rus­sian ra­dio award "Golden gramo­phone", Sergey Kozhevnikov.

More than 80 fa­mous singers per­formed at fes­ti­val's evenings this Au­gust in the cap­i­tal.

Over­all, more than 500 guests, in­clud­ing mu­si­cians, dancers and mem­bers of del­e­ga­tions ar­rived in Baku for the sum­mer mu­sic fes­ti­val. The long awaited fes­ti­val stip­u­lated mul­ti­ple days of en­ter­tain­ment and un­for­get­table con­cert-go­ing ex­pe­ri­ences for about 8,000 spec­ta­tors who fol­lowed the fes­ti­val every day.

LOBODA, Emin Agalarov, Grig­ory Leps, Vera Brezh­neva, Ani Lo­rak, Anita Tsoy and opened the fes­ti­val. Rus­sian pop stars, in­clud­ing Peo­ple's Artist of USSR, Prima donna of the Rus­sian pop mu­sic Alla Pu­gacheva, Peo­ple’s Artist Filipp Kirko­rov, Hon­ored Artist Kristina Or­bakaite, well-known TV pre­sen­ter and co­me­dian Mak­sim Galkin also joined the Mu­sic Fes­ti­val.

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