TVER OBLAST: This is probably the youngest of the nearly 200,000 visitors this year to the annual Russian rock festival Nashestviye. He is one month old. Mother Svetlana, 27, has been coming to Nashestvie for 6 years. This is her 3rd child. The other two were with their grandmother during the three-day festival. Svetlana stayed at a hotel near the concert grounds during the three days.
TVER OBLAST: Andrei, 19, and Tanya, 25, were chatting after sunset when I saw them. They said they met at the festival. Both traveled to the three-day Russian rock music festival Nashestviye in their own cars and planned to stay the full three days in the company of their friends. Muscovite Tanya works in logistics and is studying English. She likes the group Pilot. Andrei, who is from Moscow region, has his own small business. He likes Louna and Night Snipers.