On July 22, 2006, a big “Red Summer 2006” concert was held on the Red Square (Vasilyevsky Spusk) in Moscow. It was an enchanting music festival organized by MTS – one of the largest mobile operators in the country. The entrance was free: there were about 50,000 spectators, including 1300 on special tribunes for VIP guests.
On July 13, 2006, the “Stop Counterfeit” festival was held on the Red Square in Moscow. It was the action to support the copyright of music artists. The event was a part of the cultural program SUMMIT G8 / XXXII meeting of the Heads of State and Government of The Big Eight.
The “revolutionary” sports show took place on November 19, in Moscow, on the Vasilyevsky Slope (Russian: Vasilyevsky Spusk) of the Red Square near the Kremlin walls. The “revolutionaries” were armed with powerful equipment – Ski-Doo snowscoot. The event became history as the Red Bull Revolution On Machines. That evening at 17.00, the historical square shuddered from the deafening roar of engines: it was the beginning of the freestyle motocross competition on snowscoots.
On September 21, 2005, the MTV channel held the Russia Music Awards 2005 ceremony in Vasilyevsky Spusk in Moscow. The brightest Russian and foreign performers and video clips of the year were honored, according to the music television viewers.
September 14, 2005, Joe Cocker made his first show on the Red Square in Moscow (Vasilyevsky Spusk) with a capacity of about 10,000 spectators. He performed songs from the new album – “Heart & Soul”. Also, he sang other popular hits from his collection, including the famous – “You Can Leave Your Hat On” from the movie “Nine and a Half Weeks”.