80,000 people attend Shevchuk’s concert in Tbilisi

4 June 2012 - 9:28am


About 80,000 people have watched the concert of Russia’s DDT Group in Tbilisi. The group of Yuri Shevchuk closed the Tbilisi Open Air annual festival, Georgia Online reports.

Georgian Speaker of Parliament David Bakradze and Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava attended the concert.

Georgia has never had a concert with so much audience. The concert lasted 2 hours instead of 45 minutes planned. Shevchuk promised to visit Tbilisi again in autumn this year.


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