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Michael Bublé to Perform in Zagreb

Michael BubleCroatian fans of Canadian -Italian vocalist Michael Bublé will be happy to hear that the Grammy Award winner will be playing a concert in the Croatian capital Zagreb later this year…

Bublé, who is a four-time Grammy Award winner, has announced on his official website that he will play at the Zagreb Arena on 6 November. Tickets will go on sale for the concert on 19 March. The chart-topping singer has had a string og number one hits and recently became a father last year.

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