An official Fan Zone for fans was created in Moscow during the European Football Championship UEFA 2012. The games of the final part of the European competition were hosted jointly by Ukraine and Poland. The broadcasts of the matches began with the first game on the opening day of the championship – June 8, 2012 in Warsaw and ended on July 1, 2012 with the final game and the closing ceremony, which took place in Kyiv.
July 6-8, 2012 – The 15t Festival Nashestvie / Tver region / Bolshoe Zavidovo place / About 160 km from Moscow / For three days – about 125,000 people / JSA installed a special designs (Layher structures and Prolyte Roofs) for VIP zone of the festival sponsor – Chesterfield. A memorable detail of this object was the Star from elements of Layher scaffolding above the entrance to area.
On July 16-17, 2010, in the town of Salacgrīva in Latvia near the Baltic Sea and in the middle along the road between Riga and Tallinn, the popular festival Positivus was held. In two days, the fifth festival was visited by more than 30,000 spectators.
IFSC CLIMBING WORLDCUP was held in Moscow from June 17 to 20, 2010
Specifically for the competitions JSA set the impressive complex of climbing walls under one big roof (span – 32 m) on area between pavilion N1 and “Druzhba narodov” fountain in the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VVC).
June 27, 2009, in Kazan, the second festival was held – Creation of the World / in russian – Sotvoreniye Mira.
The festival featured more than 20 musical groups, headliners on the Double Stage were: DDT (Russia), Manu Chao (France – Spain), Mumiy Troll (Russia), Vopli Vidoplyasova (Ukraine), The Rifles (England), Nino Katamadze (Georgia).
The audience was more than 200,000 during the all day.