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Left for the US Little Big planned a tour of Russia

The members of the Little Big group, who left for Los Angeles, planned to return to Russia in August on tour. This is evidenced by the data of the Yandex.Afisha service.

It is noted that the first concert should take place on August 27 in Svetlogorsk. In total, the musicians are going to visit 25 cities with performances.

It is planned that the tour will end at the end of December with a concert in Moscow.

Earlier, on June 24, it was reported that the members of the Little Big group now live and work in Los Angeles. Information about this appeared after the release of the Generation Cancellation video. In the description of the video, the musicians urged to stop the special operation to protect Donbass.

On June 30, it became known about the appearance in Moscow of concert posters of the Ukrainian artist Max Barsky.

On the posted ads, it was indicated that the singer would allegedly perform at the Yubileiny Palace of Culture on August 26. At the same time, there is no site with that name in Moscow. However, there is a recreation center “Jubilee” in Mytishchi near Moscow. Representatives of the site told Izvestia that Max Barsky’s performance was not planned.

Information about the possible performance of the artist in Russia caused surprise among the public in connection with his anti-Russian statements. In March, Max Barskikh criticized the Russian special operation to protect the Donbass, and also banned the use of his music on the territory of the Russian Federation and canceled concerts. At the same time, the artist refused to return money for canceled performances.

In May, Russian celebrities, who left the country after the start of a special military operation to protect the civilian population of Donbass, gathered together in Israeli Tel Aviv to discuss the future that awaits the national culture.

Izvestia correspondent Vitaly Khanin said that in Tel Aviv, singers and actors Andrei Makarevich, Boris Grebenshchikov, Veniamin Smekhov, Maxim Galkin, Alla Pugacheva and others met at one event – a forum dedicated to discussing Russian culture and its freedom – in the museum of the ANU (Museum of the Jewish People translated from English. – Ed.) on the campus of Tel Aviv University. The acute question of returning home also arose.

Well-known musicians commented on the decision of some artists to refuse to perform in Russia or even leave the country against the backdrop of a special operation carried out by the Russian Federation to protect Donbass. Among the condemned artists were the leader of the Va-Bank group Alexander Sklyar, the founder of Agatha Christie Vadim Samoilov, the Russian singer Oleg Gazmanov, the leader of the Russian rock group 7B Ivan Demyan, the producer and owner of the Art-Sintez concert agency Lev Klots, Nikolai Basque.

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