According to Serbian media her first concert will be in Belgrade’s Kombank Arena on St. Valentine’s Day on 14 February. The singer from Split also plans a concert in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad on 8 March next year.
Doris Dragovic represented former Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986 with the song Zeljo moja, and Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 with the song “Marija Magdalena“.
Dorotea Doris Dragovic was born in Split, Yugoslavia, today Croatia. She cites Arsen Dedic, Gabi Novak and Tereza Kesovija as her biggest influences and childhood idols. She came to regional prominence in early 1980s as a member of musical group More. Dragovic began her solo career in 1986, when she released her début album Tigrica. Dragovic has been one of the most famous pop singers in Yugoslavia, later Croatia.