After a successful sold out European tour last year, Shakira, announced a spectacular concert in Zagreb on 10th May. As part of its The Sun Comes Out concert tour will take place at the Zagreb Arena. This year’s tour promotes his new album as well as the last summer most catchy song, “Waka Waka”.
Shakira’s two-hour performance is a blend of dance music, beautiful ballads and powerful rock while her concerts are the best proof is exactly why she is one of the true musical star. Even four of its hits were among twenty best-selling songs of the last decade, with the hit “Hips Do not Lie” won first place in more than 50 countries. “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa), together with the Spanish version of” Waka Waka (Esto es África), a worldwide sensation sold in two million copies, making it the most successful song ever recorded for the football championship. The same video on YouTube viewed over 300 million times what it puts on the 4th place the most watched videos on this popular channel. The success of the singles and as well as the all album motivate Shakira to embark on a world tour.
Mr. Joel Barish – journalist and TV presenter from the United States is visiting Zagreb these days.
From mid-April until September 29th, Zagreb’s streets, squares and Maksimir Park will feature the Zagreb Time Machine, nine different events which are being organized for the sixth consecutive year by the Zagreb Tourist Board.
Zagreb has another tourist attraction – the Zagreb Eye, a viewing point in the heart of the city, located atop the skyscraper at Ban Josip Jelačić Square and offering unique views of the entire city.
When in Zagreb on weekends, make sure not to miss the attractive Changing of the Guard of Honour of the Cravat Regiment, which begins exactly at noon at St. Mark’s Square.
Between May 29th and June 9th, the media façade of the Museum of Contemporary Art will feature animated films whose projections are organized as part of the Animation Goes MSU project by the museum and Animafest.