Lavon Volski

Lavon Volski upon release / Roman Pratasevich, Euroradio
Lavon Volski upon release / Roman Pratasevich, Euroradio

4 Belarusian rock musicians were detained earlier today when trying to do a gig in a pedestrian street to mark Freedom Day.

Screenshot from Euroradio footage.
Screenshot from Euroradio footage.

The Belarusian musicians wanted to do a small gig in a pedastrian street in downtown Minsk to mark Freedom Day.

Lyavon Volski / Euroradio
Lyavon Volski / Euroradio

The musician was not surprised at Lukashenka’s interdiction to mark the 101st anniversary of the BNR in the stadium Dynama.

Photo: Euroradio
Photo: Euroradio

Volski will sing his best songs and the album Belaya Yablynya Hromu at Prime Hall.

The playbill promoting the blacklisted musician's gig was rented for 2 weeks but disappeared after just one day.

Several hundreds fans from Belarus attended Psychamatyka kick-off in the Vilnius club Loftas.

Nearly 300 people attended the concert in Homiel by Lyavon Volski, usually not allowed to perform in concert halls.

Photo: Euroradio
Photo: Euroradio

It will be an open air concert in a public political centre.

He will sing the best acoustic songs on the summer terrace of Minsk café Chill Out on August 19.