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Croatian Music Stars To Tour Length Of Croatia

Dozens of Croatian musicians will join some of their European colleagues on a month-long tour across Croatia where they will perform concerts in the build up to Croatia’s EU entry on 1 July.

sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Croatia’s local showbiz stars will travel across over 20 towns performing concerts and helping promote Croatian tourism, culture and products. In the towns where the singers will perform, Croatian product fairs will be held simultaneously.

Singers confirmed for the tour include Oliver Dragojevic, Danijela Martinovic, Petar Graso, Gazda, Neda Ukraden, Baruni, Novi fosili, Matko Jelavic, Dalmatina, Milo Hrnic, Zlatko Pejakovic, Ivana Volaric,Krunoslav Slabinc and many more. European performers confirmed include Kate Ryan, Al Bano, Schürzenjager, Olson Brothers and Die Grübertaler.

The tour will include concerts in Vukovar, Dubrovnik, Belisce, Korcula, Sisak, Slavonski Brod, Supetar on Brac, Pozega, Hvar, Veliko Trojstvo, Split, Koprivnica, Trogir, Krapina, Sibenik, Varazdin, Zadar, Karlovac, Gospic, Novi Vinodolski, Porec and Zagreb.

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