And all that jazz…

Hot summer night. Emperor’s Diocletian residential quarters. And you.

Enjoy the sounds of world renowned Croatian jazz musician Tamara Obrovac and Uroš Rakovec on the most private and relaxing stage imaginable- the cellars of the Diocletian’s Palace.

The cellars of the Diocletian’s Palace built between 295 and 305 AD represented Emperors living quarters that were originally used for residential and religious purpose. Today, the cellars are used for painting and sculpture exhibits, concerts, theater plays, International flower fair and so much more.

What a better way to spend a night than listening to contemporary Mediterranean Jazz and enjoying highly aesthetic performance on the best sound stage in Split. For details visit Split at night Jazz Festival:

Jazz is always a good idea.

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