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Sunday, March 18, 2018

She starts singing to “Invasion” and end on “Slavic Bazaar”

A rock singer, leader of group “Night Snipers” Diana Arbenina was not able to “hang” from the rock festival “Invasion”, which will take place on 8, 9 and 10 July in the Tver region. Miss this year’s main biker party Diana wanted for his birthday.

photo: Natalia Muslinkina

Here is how she commented this event (spelling preserved): “salute my good. And still summer. Well, obviously the rain and cold, and the temperature jumps bigger squirrels in Central Park. All clear. But still summer. This year I decided not to play Christmas concert. After the appearance of Artem and Martha’s birthday ceased to cause me any feelings other than desire to hide and faster to slip the 8th day of July. And it was decided, and it was played acoustic, and we have already started to think about the skeleton of November stadium. But there it was. We do not choose the scene, and the scene us. I realized this a long time. On 8 July this year I will again take the stage. On the big stage of our country – scene of festival “Invasion”. After so many years of work and records, and the new songs, and endless concerts “Night Snipers” will finally have the honor of becoming the headliners of the first day. And I serrrriously glad.

And we deserve it. And rock ‘ NN ‘ roll is alive! And will survive only….. you know….will survive only lovers!”.

However, despite its dedication to rock-n-roll, Diana in July for the first time participate in recital and in another, a prominent foreign festival of the summer – “Slavic Bazaar”. Diana will perform at the closing ceremony of the festival. And only then will be able to go on vacation with their children.

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