Ukrainian pop group Antytila announces concert in Crimea, tickets already on sale

29 April, 02:47 PM
The musicians are sure that Crimea will be liberated in the summer of 2024 (Photo:antytila_official/Instagram)

The musicians are sure that Crimea will be liberated in the summer of 2024 (Photo:antytila_official/Instagram)

The well-known Ukrainian pop/rock group Antytila has announced it will be performing a concert in Crimea next year, with the corresponding poster being published on their official Instagram page on April 27.

The musicians are certain that Crimea will be returned to Ukraine’s control by summer 2024, if not sooner, and plan to perform in Yalta. They expressed their confidence in the inevitable future liberation of the peninsula from Russian military occupation.

Furthermore, the sale of tickets for the show, which is expected to take place on Aug. 23, 2024, at 8:00 p.m. at the Avangard Sstadium in Yalta, has already begun.

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Photo: antytila_official/Instagram

“From the first day of the Russian invasion, taking up arms and being on the front line, we never doubted Ukraine’s victory,” wrote the band members, who joined Ukraine’s Territorial Defense forces at the start of Russia’s full-scale war on Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022.

“We always knew that the day would come when the Armed Forces of Ukraine would regain control over the Crimean steppes, Ayu-Dag, Cape Fiolent, the Genoese fortress, and the Swallow’s Nest (or simply Crimea). And we will definitely all come there with our loved ones, children, and friends,” the band said.

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