Empty Hills

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Empty Hills, Pustye Kholmy or Pustye Holmy (Russian: Пустые холмы) is a non-commercial open-air alternative arts and music festival in Russia.

The festival is held annually since 2003, usually over several days in June, in Kaluga Oblast or Smolensk Oblast. It is a non-profit event with no admission fee or sponsorship. The efforts of volunteers are responsible for the production of the event.[citation needed]

Unlike most music festivals, Empty Hills has no specific musical format or style. Among genres represented on the festival, there are folk music, blues, rock music, reggae, sometimes electronic music, jazz or avant-garde.[citation needed]

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