Zeljko Joksimovic soon in Greece

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Zeljko Joksimovic, the Serbian Mr Eurovision, will soon be in Greece for a number of concerts in September and October. In the two October concerts, he will also be accompanied by Jelena Tomasevic, who took part in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest for Serbia with a song by Zeljko.

In September, Zeljko Joksimovic will be visiting Greece to appear in a concert as a guest at the Lycabettus theater.In October, the popular singer and composer will visit the country again as a part of a major, mainly Balcan project which will spread over many countries in the area. The Greek part of the project includes two concerts in Athens and Thessaloniki. Together with Zeljko on stage, Greek audiences will also have a chance to see Jelena Tomasevic who placed sixth in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest.

Zeljiko can boast no less than three top ten places in the Eurovision Song Contest. Lane moje, a song he composed and performed himself got second place to Ruslana's Wild dancers in Istanbul in 2004. Two years later, in Athens, his song Lejla, performed by Hari Mata Hari for Bosnia & Herzegovina placed third and finally, in 2008, Oro performed by Jelena Tomasevic placed 6th for host country Serbia. The same year, Zeljko also hosted the contest.

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Stella Floras

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