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Zagreb Hosts Eurovision Public Viewing for the First Time Ever

Written by  May 05, 2024

The city of Zagreb is set to host a public viewing of the Eurovision final for the first time ever. Scheduled for Saturday, May 11th, the event will commence at 8:00 PM local time at the European Square, offering fans a chance to come together and support Croatia's entry.

Baby Lasagna, the young musician known offstage as Marko Purišić, with his song 'Rim Tim Tagi Dim' will represent Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest this year, and he is one of the favourites to win.

The 68th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest is due to take place at the Malmö Arena in Sweden on May 7th, 9th, and 11th. This follows the triumph of Sweden's representative Loreen at last year's competition.

In 1993, Croatia marked its inaugural appearance in the Eurovision Song Contest as an independent participant. Before that, Croatia had competed in the contest as part of Yugoslavia.

Croatia has not secured a victory in the competition, achieving its highest placements with fourth positions in both 1996 and 1999.

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