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KNOCKOUT FESTIVAL: Croatian Music Spectacular in the French Alps

10888414_837948176243924_4741550288801823963_nYoung Croatians have arrived in the French Alps in their droves this week for the 4th edition of the popular KNOCK OUT Snow Festival…

Thousands of party goers have made their way by bus from the region to the popular Les Orres ski resort for 7 days of ski parties, concerts and other activities. Now in its 4th year, the festival has helped foster friendship and relations between Croatian and French youth. Once again organisers Collegium have manage to attract a number of Croatian bands to the festival to perform, including Vatra, S.A.R.S., Hladno pivo and Edo Maajka. The festival ends on 10 January.



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