“Deep Purple” in Tbilisi – biggest festival to be held in South Caucasus
15 March, 2013
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Organizers of the planned June 5 Tbilisi Open Air music festival – South Caucasus’ biggest event of this type – spoke to the media at a press conference.
“Deep Purple”, “The Subways”, “Kid Jesus” - the 2013 event –
under the motto of “Music Breaks Free” - will feature internationally famous artists, as well as the winning band of 2013 Tbilisi Newcomers contest.
Music lovers met the announcement with applause.
Tickets for the festival are scheduled to be on sale from March 19 in the price range of 40 to 200 Lari.

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