Pharaoh and Khabib will perform at the festival in honor of the 320th anniversary of St. Petersburg

In St. Petersburg on May 28, the next festival “Peter’s Assemblies” will be held. It was first held in 2022, when the Northern capital celebrated the 350th anniversary of Emperor Peter the Great. This year the event will be held under the name “Peter’s Assemblies 3.2.0” – in honor of the 320th anniversary of the city.

The most popular performers of the new wave will perform at the festival: Khabib, Vanya Dmitrienko, Pharaoh, “Three Days of Rain” and others. For them, a special stage was erected at the Gazprom Arena, its height is 28 meters. This evening the stadium will become a huge dance floor with the most modern concert equipment.

“In 2022, with the stands of the Gazprom Arena filled to capacity, the most famous young artists “lit up” along with two thousand professional dancers from city dance groups. Inflatable Rostral columns and sphinxes painted in bright neon colors flew over the arena, a giant screen above the stage supported multi-colored Atlanteans in football shorts, and the hosts of the holiday spoke interestingly about the history of the city and its sights, – the stage designer and theater director Viktor Kramer, one of the creators of the first Assemblies, shared his memories, his words are quoted by the newspaper “Petersburg Diary“.

He added that he would like to see young people involved in the celebration of the City Day, and the assistance of the Committee for Culture helped a lot in this. The director expects to hold the holiday at a level that could impress “Peter the Great himself”, who knew a lot about good festivities.

The beginning of the festival is scheduled for 16:30 on May 28, at which time the guests of the Petrovsky Assemblies will be allowed into the stadium, and the main part will start at 18:00, when musicians and DJs will take the stage.

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