Marija's concert in Belgrade and Greek schedule

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Marija Serifovic, this year's Eurovision Song Contest winner, will be giving a concert on June 8th in Kula Neboj�a, Belgrade's fortress. Marija will be accompanied by Dado Topic, Karolina, Marija Sestic and D'Nash. On the next day Marija will fly to Greece, a country she has developed close relationships with lately – her boyfriend lives there.

An estimated audience of 1000 Serbs is expected to attend Marija Serifovic's concert tomorrow, June 8 at 21.00, at the Kula Nebojša in Belgrade. All the invited artists have accepted Marija's invitation and she will be joined on stage by this year's Croatian representative Dado Topic, Karolina- who represented FYR Macedonia and Marija Sestic who represented Bosnia & Herzegovina. Western Europe will be represented by the Spanish boyband D'Nash. Many members of the Serbian political world are also expected to attend the concert, together with guests from the Greek Embassy. A VIP party will follow at the Jezero club.

The next day, Marija flies to Thessaloniki where she will be a special guest at the MODA Fashion Show and she will meet with the local Prefect Mr Psomiadis. According to her International Relationships manager, Marija plans to visit Thessaloniki quite often and is currently looking for an apartment in the city. Her better half, Panayiotis, lives there and she hopes to be able to spend more time with him. On Tuesday morning, Marija will be in Athens for a shoot at Antenna (ANT1) studios for a show on the popular Greek channel. Just before flying back home, Marija will be meeting her fans at a lunch organised by OGAE Greece (the article will be updated with more details as soon as they are available). have also been informed that Marija will give a concert for her Greek fans in late July. Stay tuned for more details!

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Stella Floras

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