The Brown Indian Band members hope to play at Koktebel Jazz Party next year

The Brown Indian Band members hope to play at Koktebel Jazz Party next year

One of the Koktebel Jazz Party participants, The Brown Indian Band, presented their program on the festival's Open Stage. The band plays an original mix of classical Indian music and jazz.

The band members said they immensely enjoyed performing at the festival, adding that its location is well-chosen and has a distinct atmosphere that seems to draw music out of you. They also admitted that they do not want to leave the place.

The musicians said they were impressed by jazz fans, who seemed to be fully enjoying and absorbed in the music, which made them eager to play more and more.

The festival is being organized at the highest level, The Brown Indian Band members said. "We did not have any difficulties with the flight and accommodation, and we were greeted very warmly. Everything has been organized at the top level," they said.

The musicians also said they hope they will be able to perform at the Koktebel Jazz Party next year. "We definitely enjoyed our time here," they said.


The KoktebelJazzParty festival is a COVID-free zone. Given the difficult epidemiological situation, the terms of access to the festival may be changed, depending on the epidemiological situation in the region and the recommendations issued by the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Protection and Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor).
All festival participants, guests and spectators must present at least one of the three documents listed below:

  • A negative PCR test performed not earlier than August 18, 2021
  • A certificate showing the presence of antibodies to the S-protein of COVID-19, issued not earlier than May 25, 2021
  • A COVID-19 vaccination certificate

All guests, members of the audience and media representatives must wear masks and gloves at the festival venues.