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Hladno Pivo in Dubrovnik

Hladno PivoOne of the most popular punk rock bands in Croatia’s history – Hladno Pivo – will perform at Culture Club Revelin in Dubrovnik on 7 December…

Band whose sound is almost no one indifferent, the team whose concerts do not dare sit for Hladno Pivo have ruled the Croatian rock scene for the past 25 years, and they will celebrate their anniversary this summer with a big concert at Salata in the capital Zagreb. In the meantime you can catch them before that in Dubrovnik, where they are returning after two years.

Tickets 40 kuna pre sale and 70 kuan at the door.
VIP tickets 100 kuna.

Tickets can also be purchased from: Cafe “Brazil” – DOC, Sports Cafe “BALUN” – Mokosica, Cafe “PARADISO”, Cafe “CASABLANCA”, Cafe “MICRO”, Cafe “DIX”, Cafe “LAUS” (TC Mercanti), Lounge Bar “Cult”, Pizzeria “TABASCO”, Cafe Pizzeria “Blue Planet”, Club “23”, Cafe “Zino”. VIP table reservations and information: +385 20436010 or +385 98533531.

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