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The biggest music star in this region, the legendary Zdravko Colic, will have a big concert this fall in Skopje!
November 17 is the date reserved for unforgettable friendship with the favorite of all generations. Location is the Vip Arena, Boris Trajkovski.

His second album, Ako priđeš bliže (If You Come Closer), released later that year, was even more successful, creating mass hysteria among girls. The copies were flying off the shelves, as 50,000 sold in the first two weeks alone. The album contained some of his best known and liked songs such as "Glavo luda", "Zagrli me", "Juče još", "Pjevam danju, pjevam noću", "Jedna zima s Kristinom", and "Produži dalje".

On 1 April 1978, he started an ambitious tour of SFR Yugoslavia with Lokice dance group in support of the album that had already sold 150,000 copies. Čolić also started to play the guitar occasionally on stage. Putujući zemljotres (Traveling Earthquake Tour) produced and organized by Maksa Ćatović moved all over the country, soon becoming a phenomenon the likes of which the country had not seen before. The scenes of screaming girls rushing the stage were repeated in city after city. The tour's climax took place in Belgrade at Marakana stadium on 5 September 1978 with 70,000 people in attendance despite the fact that Čolić already played two sold out shows in Belgrade a few months earlier on 4 and 8 April. Supporting Čolić on stage that night were Chris Nicholls on keyboards and Dado Topić on bass guitar with old favourites Kornelije Kovač, Arsen Dedić, Kemal Monteno, Josip Boček, Trio Strune and RTV Belgrade singing quintet appearing as guests. Čolić and the massive tour essentially became a cultural phenomenon transcending musical boundaries such that in the lead up to the big Belgrade concert journalist Dušan Savković and film director Jovan Ristić decided to make a movie about Čolić. Savković wrote a rudimentary screenplay, but the movie ended up being a 90-minute feature documentary titled Pjevam danju, pjevam noću that follows Čolić from Belgrade concert onwards and looks back on his career up to that point. Two days after the Belgrade concert, Čolić was in his hometown Sarajevo at Koshevo stadium for the tour's grand finale, however the rain interrupted much of the concert and the whole thing turned out to be a little anticlimactic. By the end of its promotion cycle, the album sold more than 700,000 copies and with later re-releases during the 1990s went over the million mark.

Čolić also got the attention of Ziggy Loch, director of German WEA, who after watching the Belgrade concert immediately wanted to renew his contract. Singles with songs "Jedina" and "Zagrli me" were released for the German market as well as the disco single "I'm Not a Robot Man" / "Light Me".

fter his 1990 album "Da ti kažem šta mi je", although he promoted his compilation album Poslednji i prvi in April 1994, he didn't make another album until late 1997, when he embarked on a comeback and regained much of his popularity. The following year, Čolić had nine sellout concerts at Sava Centar.

In October 2004, he opened the Begrade Arena with two concerts.

In 2010, he had a big concert on the Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium in Sarajevo, within his Kad pogledaš me preko ramena tour, in front of over 60,000 people. On 25 June 2011, he had the biggest concert of his career on Ušće, in Belgrade with over 100,000 people. His biggest concert to date, it celebrated his 40-year career.

zdravko colic


The musical Christmas Miracle will be at the ‘Hall of ARM’ on 17th November at 19:00 pm. IYF Europe started a project called the „Christmas Miracle Tour“, which is a musical performance prepared by volunteers. The musical team brought their joy to people in 9 countries including Macedonia and 13 cities in Europe within 3 weeks, to cause amazement among all age groups. In 2017, We visited 25 countries in Europe including Macedonia.

The one-and-a-half-hour program consists not only of the musical, but also of music and dance performance, a short message and more. Admission to the event is free, for we are a non-profit organization.

The depiction of the love of family and what we should hold as truly important. As well as the cherished Christmas carols and original music we use to tell our stories.

With cherished hymns and carols, as well as beautiful set pieces and choreography, Anna the Matchstick Girls reminds us how precious the love of family is and what we should consider truly important in life.

Ticket Types      : Free Admission

Christmas miracle 2018


Goran Tanevski MIZAR -  Revelation, is a project and concert that will happen on November 22.
This is just the beginning .................

Mizar is a  Macedonian rock band from Skopje. They achieved a status of a cult band, especially in Macedonia and across the Western Balkans.

The group is notable for its first self-titled album, as it was the first popular music in Western Balkans record in Macedonian languange. The album was a major success and it is listed among the top ten rock albums ever released in Western Balkans.

Mizar was formed in 1981 in the then Socialist Republic of Macedonia Because of the band's avant-garde sound and image, its Christian leanings and support for Macedonian self-determination, they were viewed with certain degree of suspicion by the former authorities.

Mizar's musical style is post-punkdarkwave and gothic rock. Beside influences such as Joy Division for instance, Mizar also uses elements of traditional Macedonian folklore and Byzantine music. Another main part of their music is Goran's (both Tanevski and Trajkoski) vocals which are based on Christian church chants.


Goran Tanevski Mizar

On December 7, 2018 in the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra for the first time, classical music lovers will get the opportunity to feel the music magic live, which is spread across the world by the  Vienna Classic Orchestra.
Vienna Classic Orchestra was founded in 1998, when the most important soloists of several classical formations in Vienna decide to set the beginning of the most elite, superb orchestra that fascinates the audience with performances around the world.
These top musicians are members of the Vienna Philharmonic.
This wonderful event will definitely mark the beginning of the celebration of New Year's holidays.
Viena orcestra

14th November, Arena Boris Trajkovski.

Brit Floyd is a Pink Floyd tribute band formed in 2011 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Their live shows attempt to emulate and recreate the sound and soundscape of Pink Floyd's live shows. Damian Darlington formed the band after playing with The Australian Pink Floyd Show for 17 years. Performing songs from Pink Floyd’s best-loved and biggest selling albums, The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall and The Division Bell plus much much more.
Brit Floyd




Browse through insider tips and recommendations to make your navigation through Skopje even easier. Essential phone numbers, traveling how-to’s and useful information about how to make your stay more enjoyable. Also, some important words and phrases to get by in the city.  

Browse through insider tips and recommendations to make your navigation through Skopje even easier. Essential phone numbers, traveling how-to’s  and useful information about how to make your stay more enjoyable.  Also, some important words and phrases to get by in the city.

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