With more than 20,000 people, Severina broke the Zagreb Arena record, breaking her own 2013 record
After spectacular concerts in Split and Belgrade, as part of the big tour 'The Magic Tour', last night Zagreb bowed to the biggest regional star - Severina. Although full of doubles, the Arena was too small for all those who wanted to live the spectacle that was being talked about for months and weeks, but also for those who came to support Severina in the most difficult period of her life. They did it in the most beautiful way possible, with thunderous, multi-minute applause, both at the beginning of the concert and between songs, throughout the concert, which was certainly the most rewarding in Severina's career.
''Thank you for supporting all the people of Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia. Thank you to all of you who came and followed me for a long time at concerts. And since birth, I've been accompanied by my mom, who's up in the lodge. '' - said Severina at the beginning of the concert, after which the whole hall gave a standing ovation to her mother. Afterwards, with over 20,000 people, some of whom were even backstage, as well as all the aisles in the hall, Severina asked "Our Father" and sang "Dalmatinka" for her mom.
Although it seemed that the audience would not let the concert ever end, in two and a half hours everything seemed to stop what even 100 people, led by Severin, had been preparing for several months. Severina's biggest hits, accompanied by 15 top musicians, 20 rehearsed choreographies performed by 16 of the best regional dancers, magical costumes that literally transform from one to another, the unprecedented light in these areas and video backgrounds, further spice up what matters most. which visibly radiated from Severina, which is pure emotion. An emotion that connected more than 20,000 people and one Severina, who broke the Arena attendance record with this concert, breaking her own 2013 record.
For all those who have not been able to get their ticket, or the most wanted piece of paper in the region, so far, they can make it to the Ljubljana concert on December 21, for which there is very little room left.