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The Only Place to be this St. Patrick’s Weekend…

Orthodox+CeltsYou’re in Croatia on St. Patrick’s weekend this year and are keen to have a jar or two to celebrate? Well, you are in luck as the Croatians have been celebrating St. Patrick’s day for a number of years now. The only place to be this year is undoubtably Tvornica Kulture (Culture Factory) in the capital Zagreb…

Orthodox Celts, who are one of the most popular bands in the region and play Irish folk music mixed with some rock elements, will be celebrating their 22-year anniversary with a concert on 15 March (St. Patrick’s Weekend) at Tvornica Kulture. The gig will be opened by Irish Maiden, Croatia’s premier Irish dancing group, who have played every major festival over the past number of years. Tickets range from 65-85 kuna (8-11 EUR) and can be purchased at the following places

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