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Open Air in Paradise
By Annet Kulyagina

The middle of June was marked with an outstanding event for Moscow club life. Bob Sinclair came for a night to amuse the clubbers in Rai. This famous French DJ presented to the public his well-known tracks such as Rock this Party and dreamiest composition World Hold On. He lived up to all expectations and Sounds of Freedom, which is a mix of trendy French house music and Jamaican rhythms.

The slogan of the party, which was sponsored by Famous Grouse whisky, was Feel Famous. It attracted all Moscows most famous clubbers. The Rai club kept the crowd waiting for the main surprise with its own DJ mix: DJ Miller, DJ Nejtrino and DJ Shevtsova. Among the guests were artist and singer Lada Dance, TV host Dmitry Dibrov and many others, all young and famous.

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