Opća Opasnost celebrating 30 years with concert in Canada
- by croatiaweek
- in Entertainment
Popular Croatian band Opća Opasnost will be celebrating their 30th anniversary with a concert in Canada.
Opća Opasnost and Tiho Orlić will perform at Nashville North, Norval Ontario on May 13th, 2023.
The concert will be Opća Opasnost’s first in Canada and it will also be Tiho Orlić’s first time performing solo in Canada.
Opća Opasnost was founded in 1992 by Slaven Živanović and Pero Galić in their home town of Županja and the band with Slavonian roots soon grew to six members.
They released their first studio album back in 1994, Treba mi nešto jače od sna. They have released a number of albums since and have won a number of awards, including the Porin music award for hit of the year with their song Tvoje ime čuvam.
They have been support band for the likes of Whitesnake, Uriah Heep and Bon Jovi, and collaborated with Zaprešić Boys for the 2020 Euro Croatian fan anthem 8 slova.
Singer Tiho Orlić first made his name collaborating with Marko Perković Thompson, performing hundreds of concerts together, as well as tours around Croatia and in the diaspora.
He released his first solo album in the summer of 2004 by Croatia Records, and as many as 7 songs from the album were awarded at various festivals throughout the country. Orlić has had a lengthy music career as a singer, producer and arranger and has built up a big fan base.
Opća Opasnost and Tiho Orlić will be playing at the newly renovated and Nashville North venue in Norval Ontario which re-opened after a two-year hiatus and is a great venue and atmosphere for concerts.
Limited tables are now available and they are moving fast so those interested can order tickets from the promoters on email: [email protected]
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