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Beyonce’s Croatian Concert Rider Revealed

Next Wednesday (17 April) American pop star Beyoncé will play a one-off concert in the Croatian capital as part of The Mrs Carter Show World Tour and her backstage demands at the Arena have been revealed by Dnevnik.hr.

Being a big fan of the Croatian coast and having holidayed there, Beyonce has requested some Dalmatian specialities, including seafood and risotto. Beyonce will also been offered some Zagreb specialties since the concert is in Zagreb, such as the cottage cheese pastry Strukli.  Beyonce also has requested a completely white dressing room and white backstage, with white couches, white roses, freshly squeezed juice and water.

“Beyonce loves coming to Croatia, personally and for work, she is really looking forward to the concert and I known she will perform a spectacular to remember,” said Marina Majzic-Bandic from Adria Entertainment.

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