BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 8Trend Life / – The annual music festival “ZHARA” has finished at the Crocus City Hall in Moscow, Trend Life reports. The final concert of the festival was remembered for the performances of the young and popular Generation Z performers.
Due to the restrictions imposed by the Moscow authorities in connection with the coronavirus pandemic, the festival was held without spectators, in the format of television. The TV version of the festival can be viewed on the air of the First Channel of Russia.
By tradition, before the start of the concert program, the stars walked the red carpet.
The organizers managed to make the “hottest” show of this summer with bright numbers and unforgettable emotions. On the final day, many young artists made their debut on the stage of the ZHARA festival, among them the Eurovision-2021 participant from Russia, the singer Manizha.
Of course, a Generation Z concert cannot be imagined without performers of Azerbaijani origin – HammAli (Alexander Aliyev), Navai (Navai Bakirov), Jony (Jahid Huseynli) and Bahh Tee (Bakhtiyar Aliyev), who delighted with incendiary performances.
Recall that the annual music festival “ZHARA” was first held in 2016 in Baku and immediately received the status of the most anticipated and discussed summer event. Concert days of the festival gather more than 200 artists, 10 thousand viewers a day and 150 million TV viewers in Russia and the CIS. In 2020, the festival was first held in Russia – in Sochi, and in 2019 – in Dubai. The festival is famous for its bright numbers, unexpected collaborations of stars, premieres of songs and a unique creative atmosphere.
The organizers of the festival are People’s Artist of Azerbaijan Emin Agalarov (EMIN), Honored Artist of Russia Grigory Leps, founder of Russian Radio and the Golden Gramophone award Sergey Kozhevnikov.
(Author: Jani Babayeva. Editor: Konstantin Shapiro)