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The spectacular Russian fireworks will be streamed online as part of the postponed military festival


Fun despite the coronavirus: Spectacular Russian fireworks with almost NO spectators will be streamed online as part of the postponed military festival

  • The Spasskaya Tower military music festival took place online after it was canceled due to coronavirus
  • The annual festival with a combination of different musical styles took place in Patriot Park outside Moscow
  • Fireworks exploded over the Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces, and bands performed in front of the building

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The Spasskaya Tower military music festival in Russia took place online after it was canceled due to coronavirus.

The annual international music festival in Red Square took place on September 6th with almost no spectators in Cathedral Square in Patriot Park outside Moscow.

Fireworks exploded over the Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces, and bands performed in front of the building.

The festival offers a combination of military, classical, folk and pop music with military band parades and dance shows. It also features lasers and fireworks.

That year there was a Russian naval band, a military band, paratroopers, and a performance by members of the Russian Honor Guard.

The festival is named after the Spasskaya Tower, the main tower on the east wall of the Moscow Kremlin overlooking Red Square.

During the Spasskaya Tower military music festival in Kubinka near Moscow, fireworks explode over the Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces as the annual music festival takes place with almost no spectators

The building will be illuminated when the festival goes online this year. The Spasskaya Tower Music Festival takes place at the end of August each year

The building will be illuminated when the festival goes online this year. The Spasskaya Tower Music Festival takes place at the end of August each year

The building appears purple while red fireworks explode in the sky above it during the exhibition for the annual festival on September 6

The building appears purple while red fireworks explode in the sky above it during the exhibition for the annual festival on September 6

During the music festival, which went online this year due to the pandemic, green and red fireworks are exploding over the building

During the music festival, which went online this year due to the pandemic, green and red fireworks are exploding over the building

A Russian naval band performs in front of the Russian Armed Forces Cathedral during the Spasskaya Tower military music festival

A Russian naval band performs in front of the Russian Armed Forces Cathedral during the Spasskaya Tower military music festival

A Russian military band will perform during the festival. The festival features a combination of musical styles - including military, classical, folk and pop

A Russian military band will perform during the festival. The festival features a combination of musical styles – including military, classical, folk and pop

A Russian Cossack band performs on horseback in front of the Russian Armed Forces Cathedral during the festival

A Russian Cossack band performs on horseback in front of the Russian Armed Forces Cathedral during the festival

Russian paratroopers walk the square during the festival, which went online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic

Russian paratroopers walk the square during the festival, which went online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic

A Russian military band rehearses for the Spasskaya Tower military music festival in front of the Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces

A Russian military band rehearses for the Spasskaya Tower military music festival in front of the Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces

Russian paratroopers in camouflage perform during the music festival that took place in Kubinka on September 6

Russian paratroopers in camouflage perform during the music festival that took place in Kubinka on September 6

Members of the Russian Honor Guard perform during the festival, named after the main tower on the east wall of the Moscow Kremlin, overlooking Red Square

Members of the Russian Honor Guard perform during the festival, named after the main tower on the east wall of the Moscow Kremlin, overlooking Red Square

Members of the Russian Honor Guard perform during the Spasskaya Tower Military Music Festival on September 6

Members of the Russian Honor Guard perform during the Spasskaya Tower Military Music Festival on September 6

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