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2Cellos in Zadar

2cellosFresh from playing in front of former U.S Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush, boxer Evander Holyfield, Gene Simmons and a host of other famous faces in the U.S, Croatia’s famous cello duo will be performing in Zadar in just over two weeks…

2Cellos will be playing on Zadar’s Forum on 14 August to wrap up the Terraneo Summer Break. Tickets for the eagerly awaited concert have gone on sale from 190.00 kuna via Croatia tickets, Entrio.hr, Eventim.hr and Adriaticket.com.

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