Russia's LONG LIVE ROCK'N'ROLL Gets Postponed (Again)

August 6, 2002

Russia's Long Live Rock 'n' Roll open-air festival, which was set to take place at the All-Russian Exhibition Centre in Moscow on August 23-24, has reportedly once again been postponed — this time to September 20-21, according to the official web site of GLENN HUGHES, one of the projected performers at the gig. As a result, HUGHES will not be able to make the gig, seeing as he will be touring Europe with HUGHES TURNER PROJECT at the same time. It is not presently clear if the other acts originally set to perform at the festival — a list which includes THE GATHERING, PRIMAL FEAR, SAXON, CANDLEMASS, DORO and BLAZE — will all appear at the rescheduled event.

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