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[VIDEO] New Zealand Maori, Samoan And Croatians Join Forces For Cultural Tour Of Croatia

kralj_tomislavThe Kralj Tomislav Ensemble from New Zealand is widely recognised as the best amateur Croatian Folklore Group outside of Croatia. This year the group is embarking on its 3rd tour of Croatia, together with an Auckland-based Maori Kapa Haka group, “Te Roopu O Aotearoa” and Klapa “Samoana”, the Samoan a capella group who also sing in Croatian.

Maori Kapa Haka group

Maori Kapa Haka group

This is when and where the group will be performing on their Croatia tour.

1 – 5 July – The group participates in a multi-national Folklore festival in Velika Gorica, Zagreb, with concert multiple performances in Velika Gorica and on Trg Ban Jelacica.
5 July – Concert in Zagreb
7 July – Concert in Podgora, Split-Dalmatia Region
8 July – Concert in Medjugorje, Bosnia-Hercegovina
9 July – Concert in Tucepi, Split Dalmatia Region
10 July – Concert in Metkovic, Dubrovnik-Neretva Region
11 July – Concert in Zagvozd, Split Dalmatia Region
13 July – Concert in Korcula Town
14 July – Concert in Blato, Korcula
15 July – Concert in Pupnat. Korcula

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