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ZAGREB: Free Public Transport for INmusic Festival Goers

CroatiaGood news for visitors to this year’s INmusic festival, which will be held this weekend in Croatia’s capital Zagreb…

Buses and trams around the city will be free of charge from 23 – 25 June for all festival goers who can either show their entry pass or the festival bracelet. Croatian trains have also come to the party, offering discounts of up to 40% for those passengers travelling to Zagreb for the festival. More than 75,000 people are expected to turn up to this year’s festival, which is in its 9th year with Zagreb benefiting to the tune of around 3 million euros.

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American seven-piece Celtic punk band Flogging Molly will join The Black Keys, MGMT, Pixies, and many more acts at the festival held at Lake Jarun.

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