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The capital is ready for a trance show


 The capital is ready for a trance show

More than 8,000 local and international fans will visit the trance festival Virgin Island in the capital of Northern Cyprus, Lefkosa. The festival is biggest in the history of the TRNC, and throughout the day 8 worldwide known DJ will, including the popular artist Paul Van Dyk.
Two scenes were erected for performances on the territory of 15,000 sq.m of the capital’s Ataturk Stadium. The festival will begin at 11AM on Saturday and will last until 4:00AM the next day. Pillows and umbrellas will be delivered for the comfort of visitors, and bars and food stands will be built. Safety of festival will be monitored by video surveillance cameras and a team of 60 security guards. Tickets can be bought in Deniz Plaza shops, and the prices vary from 60 TL to 400 TL.

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12.06.2013

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