Moscow Music Peace Festival 1989

Aug 12 - 13, 1989 (35 years ago)

Luzhniki Stadium     Moscow, Russian Federation

Often referred to as the “Russian Woodstock,” the Moscow Music Peace Festival was the first festival in Moscow to include Western bands performing with Russian bands. From the West, Cinderella, Skid Row, Mötley Crüe, and Bon Jovi represented the US, Jason Bonham and Ozzy Osbourne represented the UK, and the Scorpions represented Germany alongside Russian bands Gorky Park, Nuana, and Brigada S. The series of concerts promoted new understanding and peace between the Western and Eastern blocs during the glasnot era of the Soviet Union. Over 100,000 people attended in-person with spectators viewing the live broadcast in nearly 60 nations.

Band Line-up

Concert Details

Saturday, August 12, 1989 – Sunday, August 13, 1989
Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow, Russian Federation

Band Genres

Hard Rock 8 bands

Hard Rock:

Rock 8 bands


Glam Metal 7 bands

Glam Metal:

Heavy Metal 6 bands

Heavy Metal:

Album Oriented Rock (AOR) 6 bands

Album Oriented Rock (AOR):

Metal 5 bands


Hair Metal 4 bands

Hair Metal:

Classic Rock 3 bands

Classic Rock:

Estados Unidos 3 bands

Estados Unidos:

Alternative Metal 2 bands

Alternative Metal:

Arena Rock 2 bands

Arena Rock:

Pop Rock 2 bands

Pop Rock:

Progressive Rock 2 bands

Progressive Rock:

Russian 2 bands


Sleaze Rock 2 bands

Sleaze Rock:

Acoustic Rock 1 band

Acoustic Rock:

Bluegrass 1 band


Blues Rock 1 band

Blues Rock:

Country Rock 1 band

Country Rock:

Drum And Bass 1 band

Drum And Bass:

Show more genres


Loading setlists...


No photos have been uploaded
 Victor Logvinov

Sign Up or Login to comment.

As Seen On: