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svejk
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Posted : May 23, 2011 14:58:18
hey guys and girls fellow psychonauts, im looking for any info about this festival (besides the info they have on their site) i wanna start travelling towards the location as soon as posible and any info will help me loads and tons, so if you know a line or two, I will more than appreciate if you drop it by my inbox. thank you so much, have a great everything and be well, boom!

Also, I know I asked this before and no one had an answer but hey ill try again

Recently I moved to Russia, Kostroma city and I was wondering if there are any trance/psychodelic gigs in a reasonable radius again, thanks aton!
sG4rY
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Posted : Mar 14, 2012 06:55
for the 2012 edition, the line up has been released on their homepage:

http://www.trimurtifestival.com/en/mainstage.html

the location might be a different one as last year, still negotiations going on ... anyways, looking forward to be part of this party and travel to Russia for the first time           We watch a monkey perform not because he is an artist, but a monkey performing

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shenlaizai

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Posted : Mar 2, 2013 05:33
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