The Liszt Institute in Brussels spoke out against the canceled Carson Coma concert

At first they said that it would be an unofficial internal program, then it turned out that there was no concert instead.

“For technical reasons, the Carson Coma concert is cancelled. We are sorry!”

This inscription can be read in English at the entrance of the Ferenc Liszt Institute in Brussels, writes a Telex.

The Liszt Institute in Brussels spoke out against the canceled Carson Coma concert

Photo: Carson Coma/Facebook

The concert was originally announced for Thursday evening, but was canceled a week ago, citing that a different program was organized for that day.

Previously, the Telex employee asked as a tourist what event there would be instead of the concert, they answered that there would be no event. When they inquired as journalists, they already said that it would be an internal, non-public program.

Then it turned out that this would not happen either, and finally they put an A4 sheet at the entrance with the above text.

The concert was canceled shortly after the band released a song and music video strongly critical of the government, and then the frontman ranted at a concert about the students protesting in a cloud of tear gas and the firing of the student who created the photoshop meme from Kecskemét.

Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by

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