This year's edition of the Tavrian Games, one of the largest festivals in Eastern Europe will take place in Kahovka, in Ukraine between May 1st and 3rd featuring every single Ukrainian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest except Greenjolly. International fans will have the opportunity to watch the shows through a live stream provided.
UPD You can watch the Tavrian games online on this article between 18:00 – 01:00 CET each day. A live link shall appear herebefore show starts until show ends. Ani Lorak performs on May 1st, the rest of the Ukrainian Eurostars on May 3rd.
About 80,000 people attend the three-day music festival held on the Dypno river shore town of Kahovka every year with millions more watching on TV and on the internet. This year the Tavrian Games will take place from 1st to 3rd May. Each and every one of the Ukrainian representatives in the past Eurovision Song Contests, apart from Greenjolly, the 2005 representatives, will perform an one hour or longer set eachwhich Eurofans all over Europe will be able to watch through the live webcast provided.
Although traditionally each year international stars are invited to perform during the festival, such as Turkish Tarkan and Russian Alla Pugacheva, Deep Purple, Status Quo and others, this time the organisers have opted for an all Ukrainian line up. On 1st May, this year's Eurovision Song Contest representative, Ani Lorak will perform as well as Alibi, Kishe, Boombox, TNMK, Imperiya Label, Potap & Nastya Kamenskih. The second day will see LAMA (MTV award winners for best Ukrainian act), Mad Heads, Tartak, Druga Rika, TIK, Skryabin. The third and last day of the festival will see Ruslana (2004), Olexander (2003), Tina Karol' (2006), Verka Serdyuchka (2007) and Vitaliy Kozlovskiy, who although has not participated in the contest yet is hotly tipped to be up for next year.
Tavrian Games wil be broadcast on M1 channel from 18:00CET (19:00 local time) to 01:00 CET (02:00 local time) every day from May 1to May 3.
Satellite AMOS-2, 4º W
frequency 10759 МHz
symbol rate 30 000 s/sec,
A very special thank you to Alex Amos for the report.