As previously reported, Roger Waters' May 28 show in Frankfurt, Germany, was canceled by the local city council, which called Waters out for allegedly being "one of the world's most well-known antisemites" and noted his support for boycotting Israel.
In a statement to German broadcaster Deutsche Welle, the Pink Floyd star's management in London says he plans to take action, and has "directed his attorneys to immediately take all necessary steps to overturn this unjustified decision and ensure that his fundamental human right to freedom of expression is protected."
A concert in Munich has reportedly been canceled, as well, and the statement adds, “if left unchallenged, this blatant attempt to silence him could have serious and far-reaching consequences for artists and activists around the world.”
They add the cancelations were “unconstitutional,” “unjustified” and based “on the false accusation that Roger Waters was anti-Semitic, which he is not.”
Waters' This Is Not A Drill tour is set to hit Lisbon, Portugal, on Friday. A complete list of Waters' dates can be found at rogerwaters.com.
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