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Croatia festivals are the main highlight of every tourist’s visit to this culturally rich country. This is the ultimate destination for music lovers, as Croatia holds several music festivals each year. The whole place also comes alive with Croatia festivals, which are celebrated annually for the delight of locals and tourists alike. Here are some of their festivities:
This music festival has been held every year in Split, Croatia since 1960. There are 800 compositions of pop music performed during this festival. If you’re looking for talent, this is the place to start looking.
Festival of Dalmatian Klapas Omis
Singing without the accompaniment of musical instruments is what makes this music festival stand out. It is held annually at St. Michael’s square, where individual and group singers gather together and compete. The theme usually revolves around love, country and sea, with an emphasis on harmony and melody.
Soundwave Festival Croatia
Imagine nonstop partying at the beach while dancing to funky music for three days. That’s exactly what the Soundwave festival offers. You can enjoy swimming at the crystalline blue sea, listening or dancing to live music, and partying with friends in a private beach. You can also join boat parties and meet new acquaintances
June 09, 2006 change by giorgio
Klapa on St. Michael's square, Omis
photo by: dalmatino
The klapa music is a form of a cappella singing.The word klapa translates as "a group of friends" and traces its roots centuries back to litoral church singing. The motifs in general celebrate love, wine (grapes), country (homeland) and sea. The main elements of the music are harmony and melody, with rhythm very rarely being the most important. There are no words to describe these marvelous sounds echoing on the small square in Omis, the St. Michael's square. Those who have not experienced it can hardly imagine it. The Festival of Dalmatian Klapas is a truly special and more..
photo by: Zoran www.rab-supetarska/fjera.htm
During the 3 days in July ( 25, 25th & 27th July) a medieval fair is held on island Rab. People dress up in historical costumes and have open air workshops of the "medieval life"... Visitors can see traditional crafts; pottery, painting, fishing, coinage, stitching, basket weaving, carpentry, sculpting or learn the flower arrangements from the florists, see the honey makers, herbalists or even hear the stories from the cross-bow archers who will explain the technique and the history of the crossbow. more..