From July 8 to 10, the Ruisrock festival took place nearby Turku in Finland. That oldest and most famous festival in Finland celebrated its anniversary – 35 years after its foundation.
On June 17, 2002, a Rammstein concert was held at the Petrovsky Stadium in St. Petersburg. The popular german band did its energy fire-music performance within a separate part of the European Festival Tour 2002 and as a continuation of last year’s tour in support of his successful Mutter album. JSA delivered from Moscow and installed the big stage for this show.
On June 16, 2002, at the Tushino Airfield in Moscow was expected a concert of the “great and terrible” Ozzy Osbourne. That was supposed to be a big event for fans of rock music. The Russian public had been waiting for the legend for a long time. The first and last live show of Ozzy Osbourne was 13 years ago in the USSR at the Festival of Peace in Luzhniki (1989). The long-awaited event was organized by the JSA Promoter team.
The german rock band Rammstein performed in Russia for the first time. The long-awaited concert took place on November 17, 2001, at the Luzhniki Sports Palace in Moscow (capacity 10 000). This show was a part of the European section of the MUTTER World Tour 2001. The special guest was the Swedish band Clawfinger.
JSA was the local production team and the staging company at this event. The Russian promoter was Ed Ratnikov (T.C.I. agency). There were two concerts: one in Moscow and one in Saint Petersburg.