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People’s Eurovision champion Baby Lasagna to open EXIT festival

Popular Croatian act comes home from Malmö to a hero's welcome in Zagreb – and is confirmed to appear at the region's major music festival in July

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Peterjon Cresswell

Having come so close to winning Eurovision this weekend, Croatia’s Baby Lasagna has just been confirmed to appear on the opening day of EXIT, the major music festival in the region.

Topping the televoting chart well above eventual overall winner Switzerland, the Umag singer came home to a hero’s welcome, performing live to a packed main square in Zagreb.

Now Baby Lasagna will be appearing at EXIT, the award-winning event that attracts 200,000 music lovers to the Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, northern Serbia. First set up in 2000, EXIT has previously hosted headliners such as Massive Attack, Franz Ferdinand and the Arctic Monkeys.

This year’s line-up also features Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, Black Eyed Peas and Carl Cox. The festival runs from July 10-14, with Baby Lasagna a last-minute entry for the opening Wednesday, an extra day with only the main stage in operation. Ticket prices for each of the main festival days (July 11-14) are an affordable €39 plus booking fee, or it’s €95 for all five days, again as well as a booking fee.

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