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MOSCOW, July 6. /TASS/. More than 2,000 guests of Russian rock festival Nashestvie sought medical aid suffering from sunburns, an official of the Emergencies Ministry said on Monday.
Nashestvie, one of the largest outdoor summer rock festivals, is traditionally held in the Tver Region on the first weekend of July. The festival organised by Nashe Radio station was first held in 1999.
The 2015 festival gathered more than 200,000 rocks fans and 100 music bands.