Boris Novković who represented Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev in 2005 announced that he will hold a huge concert in Zagreb on December 22nd 2011 because of his 25th career anniversary.
The concert will take place in the Dražen Petrović Hall (also known as Cibona Hall) and is not only supposed to present Boris’ own big hits. There are also artists expected who worked together with Boris during his long and successful career. So far there are rumours about Danijela (Croatia 1998), Toni Cetinski (Croatia 1994) and Petar Grašo who wrote the Croatian entry Neka mi ne svane in 1998 and finished 2nd at the DORA festival in 1997 and 1999 with Idi and Ljubav jedne žene.
Boris Novković started his career in 1986, when he was only 18 years old. His first album Kuda idu izgubljene djevoke (Tamara), named after his debut single was sold about 120,000 times. This sucess was Boris’ break through in the former Yugoslavia. Until today Boris Novković has released a total of 13 albums, the last one in 2008, called Zapišan u tebi.
As a singer and composer he participated in the Croatian national final (DORA Festival) nine times. In 2005 he won the festival with his song Vukovi umiru sami and represented Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev where he finished 11th.