Friday, 06. December 2013 - 18:12
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English singer-song writer Sting did not disappoint more than 5,000 Croatian fans who turned up last night at the Zagreb arena to watch him in concert, reported Croatian radiotelevision.
Sting, performing for the fifth time in Croatia, opened up with his classic hit 'Englishman in New York' before entertaining the crowd with his hits such as Message in a Bottle, Demolition Man, Desert Rose, King of Pain, Fields of God and Shape of My Heart to name a few.
"Dobra večer Zagrebe" (Good evening, Zagreb), said Sting at the start of his concert, and it was clear he learnt the Croatian word for thank you as he repeated it throughout the gig.
Sting's Zagreb concert was part of his Back to Bass tour and the Englishman said that he always enjoys coming back to Croatia.
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