Alen Vitasović (born 5 July 1968) is a Croatian pop singer and songwriter. Born in Pula, many of his songs are about his native Istria and mostly written in Chakavian dialect.
Vitasović began his music career early, learning how to play the harmonica at the age of five, and by twelve he was singing in bands, mainly in the tourist regions around Istria. After finishing music school in Pula, where he learned to play the piano and saxophone, he continued to play in bands across Croatia and Slovenia, until he was discovered while working at Radio HR Pula in the early 1990s. In 1993, Vitasović released his first single and continued to tour all over Croatia, making a name for himself.
Vitasović continued with his success, winning numerous festivals and awards throughout Croatia. In 1995, he was nominated for five Porin music awards, and was also the winner of the festivals in Split, Zadar, Pula, Vodice, and Korčula. In 1997, he received the Croatian order (Danica Hrvatska) by the president for his contribution to Croatian music and culture.
Vitasović has collaborated with many Croatian bands and musicians, including Crvena jabuka, Bruno Krajcar, and Marko Perković.