On Tuesday night, Jack Johnson stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. The show’s host, Stephen Colbert, was so elated by the experience that he joined in on the first two songs of the musical guest’s performance before leaving Johnson to perform a third song with his band, Bahamas.“Folks, this is the best job in the world because I got what I wanted,” Colbert stated before joining the singer/songwriter on the title track from his 2008 album, Sleep Through The Static, which had never been performed on television. The two traded sat on a couple of stools surrounded by Johnson’s Band as they traded verses before impressively joining up for the chorus. From there, Colbert stuck around for a second duet on a cover of “I Love You and Buddha Too”, a 2008 Mason Jennings track to which Johnson contributed vocals. Halfway through the performance, Colbert excused himself and left Johnson and his band to finish off the song. The highlight of the evening came next, as Jack Johnson performed “Big Sur” from his 2017 album, All the Light Above It Too.You can watch all three of the performances below:Jack Johnson & Stephen Colbert – “Sleep Through The Static”Jack Johnson & Stephen Colbert – “I Love You And Buddha Too”Jack Johnson w/ Bahamas – “Big Sur”[Videos: The Late Show With Stephen Colbert]Earlier in the week, David Byrne took the stage at the iconic Ed Sullivan Theater for an incredible, beautifully choreographed Late Show performance of “Everybody’s Coming To My House” with an identically-dressed ensemble that moved throughout the theatre during the performance–often around Stephen Colbert himself, who played along with amusement. Colbert also chatted with Byrne about the theatrics of modern-day politics and spoke about the time in college when he skipped Talking Heads‘ Stop Making Sense tour to write a term paper. You can watch Byrne’s whole appearance on The Late Show here.
A good season always starts with good preparation, and in order to prepare as well as possible, we bring you a list of holidays and celebrations in the emitting markets in 2019.All Croatian tourism workers will unquestionably agree that the key to further “tourist success” of our country, whether we are talking about extending the season or increasing average earnings from tourism, is adequate investment in the development of tourism infrastructure, content and offer, in order to optimize money ”which, in accordance with all research, is crucial for the choice of destination, ie further positive recommendations of satisfied guests stand out from the Croatian National Tourist Board.In such a context, one of the basic measures to improve all “tourism indicators” is certainly the growth of traffic in the months before and postseason, where publicity can play a significant role, but even greater progress can be made if “general publicity” is accompanied by adequate offers of concrete, cost-effective programs. “In order to help tourism businesses plan such special offers, which can be offered to market partners (tour operators and agents), but also to individual clients, a calendar of public holidays / holidays / school holidays has been developed for 24 major markets for which it is possible prepare programs adapted to the period in which there is potential for travel abroad”They point out from the CNTB and add that the practice of tying holidays and weekends is common in most European countries, while the target group of families with children is particularly motivated to travel during school holidays.The calendar is made in the form of Excel “workbook” – the initial “work folder” brings a summary graphic display of holidays and celebrations in all processed markets, the next “work folder” brings a legend, ie an explanation of the summary graphic view, detailed elaboration for each of the markets.Attachment: Schedule of holidays on emitting markets in 2019And as we know that domestic tourists, ie domestic consumption, are extremely important, especially when we talk about continental tourism, certainly how extended weekends are ideal for short trips and getting to know Croatia. Croats are known for combining holidays with extended weekends, the only question is where they will spend their extended weekend. Tell them a story to spend with you.List of holidays and celebrations in 2019 in Croatia21. 4. Sunday – Easter22. 4. Monday – Easter Monday1. 5. Wednesday – Labor Day20. 6. Thursday – Corpus Christi22. 6. Saturday – Day of anti-fascist struggle25. 6. Tuesday – Statehood Day5. 8. Monday – Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day and Croatian Veterans Day15. 8. Thursday – Assumption8. 10. Tuesday – Independence Day1. 11. Friday – All Saints25. 12. Wednesday – Christmas26. 12. Thursday – St. Stephen