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Venue Change For Depeche Mode’s Croatian Concert

“Technical and production” issues has forced a venue change for British band Depeche Mode’s Croatian concert next month.
Originally the concert was to be held on 23 May at Zagreb’s Maksimir stadium, home of Dinamo Zagreb, but it has now been announced that the concert will now take place at Arena Zagreb.

Tickets already purchased will be still be vaild and prices will not change for future tickets. Depeche Mode have played at Arena once before, back in 2010.

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