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French Singer Zaz to Perform in Zadar

zazFrench singer-songwriter Zaz has announced that she will be performing in Croatia this summer as part of her world tour….

Isabelle Geffroy (34), better known by the nickname Zaz and famous for her hit “Je veux”, from her first album, Zaz, released in 2010, will play in the Dalmatian town of Zadar on 12 August. It will be her only concert in the region during her world tour, but not her visit to Croatia, where she has performed before.

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