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Russian Rock Night

RCG Dance and Music Group, Russian Rock Club present

Russian Rock Night

5:30pm, Sat 13 April, 2024
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IZH Project Band is playing Russian rock greatest hits covers and their own music. The band formed in 2017 and performed in different venues and festivals. In 2018 the band played in Russian Rock Club at Hornsby RSL for the first time and gained great success in the Russian-speaking community. Apart from a standard set of instruments the band also plays folk instruments including violin, tenor block recorder, Russian balalaika, and accordion, and has two multi-instrumentalists. This time you will hear music of Kino, Zemfira, Alisa, The King and the Clown, Chaif, and songs of legendary Khoy. 



Sounday was formed in 2023, with their first performance at the Russian Rock Club at Hornsby RSL in October of the same year. The band received great success and positive feedback from the audience during this performance. One of the highlights of the night was the virtuoso solo guitarist, Slava, who added his amazing guitar skills to the band's rock covers of the greatest hits by Russian artists such as Bi-2, Korol i Shoot, Chizh, Zemfira, Mumiy Troll, and many more.

At this upcoming event, Sounday will be performing the greatest Russian rock hits, which is sure to captivate the audience and create an incredible atmosphere.

Sea, You and Tea was formed in 2023 with the first concert at Belka Fest. The band not just performs cover versions of Russian rock/pop music hits but breathes new life into them, making favourite songs even more interesting. When the band is on stage, the most serious guests could not help but dance!


This is an 18+ event. 

Do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport. Must be a physical or digital copy. Photos or scans will not be accepted.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.