WARSAW, Poland — Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has canceled concert events deliberate in Poland amid outrage over his stance on Russia’s conflict towards Ukraine, Polish media reported Saturday.
An official with the Tauron Enviornment in Krakow, the place Waters was scheduled to carry out two concert events in April, stated they might not happen.
“Roger Waters’ supervisor determined to withdraw … with out giving any motive,” Lukasz Pytko from Tauron Enviornment Krakow stated Saturday in feedback carried by Polish media shops.
The web site for Waters’ “This Is Not a Drill” live performance tour didn’t checklist the Krakow concert events beforehand scheduled for April 21-22.
Metropolis councilors in Krakow have been anticipated to vote subsequent week on a proposal to call Waters as a persona non grata, expressing “indignation” over the musician’s stance on the conflict in Ukraine.
Waters wrote an open letter to Ukrainian first girl Olena Zelenska early this month by which he blamed “excessive nationalists” in Ukraine for having “set your nation on the trail to this disastrous conflict.” He additionally criticized the West for supplying Ukraine with weapons, blaming Washington particularly.
Waters has additionally criticized NATO, accusing it of upsetting Russia.