Hawaii Party that took part on the 9th of August was a great success.
9th of August 2008
After we built the whole city in the middle of the field we moved on even further and decided to surprise our guests with the same level of services on one of the islands in the middle of the river Volga.
Catering marquees were joined with a cigar salon where a professional sommelier was rolling the best Cuban cigars in front of the guests, kalian chill-out, a bar and a lot more for the guests to enjoy themselves.
The concert program featured:
DDF Belgian Double Dutch Crew who absolutely thrilled the audience with their performance.
Brazilian show with truly traditional and eye-catching “Mulatas” (Samba Dancers) who surely know how to work an audience and get them involved in the fun.
Capoeira show which is a captivating demonstration of Capoeira (A Brazilian Martial Art). It’s becoming more and more popular for its incredible visual art displaying a combination of acrobatics, dance, and fighting style.
BoomBox – a popular Ukrainian band playing funky-groove music. Shooting onto the scene in Cherkassy in 1999, Boombox soon became one of this country’s most prominent. Charming frontman Andrey Khlyvnyuk sings about typically Ukrainian realities but he also manages to appeal to the girls with his sincerity and honesty – and when all the girls like you, then you’ve probably got a pretty good rock band. This is Slavic pop with rock elements, and if you like good music, you’ll be into it.The headliners of the event were the most controversial band in Russia – LENINGRAD. The band enjoys legendary popularity despite the fact that most of their songs contain explicit lyrics. Composed of 17 members, the band appeared in the late 1990s around singer Sergey "Shnur" Shnurov. It soon became famous for its vulgar lyrics, the main reason it was avoided by most radio stations at first. But this did not stop its growing popularity. As Shnurov said himself: "Our songs are just about the good sides of life, vodka and girls that is." The band is known to be disliked by Moscow mayor Yuri Mikhailovich Luzhkov, who cancelled many of their concerts in the city. But since then, the band has made its way to radio and TV (filler noises covering the rude words, certain songs containing many of these filler noises), with Shnurov even presenting some New Year's Eve TV shows.