Nasrudin Hassan, a member of PAS’s Central Working Committee, is urging the government to cancel the upcoming Coldplay concert in Kuala Lumpur scheduled for November 22. He believes the performance will not bring any benefits to the country, religion, or its people, and raises concerns about the government promoting a culture of hedonism and deviance.
PAS member calls for Coldplay cancellation
Nasrudin’s call for cancellation comes as a response to Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s welcoming tweet to Coldplay. PAS has consistently opposed concerts by foreign artists in Malaysia, previously voicing objections to artists like Billie Eilish, Michael Learns To Rock (MLTR), and the MTV World Stage Live concert.
Tickets for the Kuala Lumpur concert will go on sale from May 17. The concert, announced in October 2021, was intended to support Coldplay’s ninth album, “Music of the Spheres,” which includes a collaboration with K-Pop group BTS. It also marks a return to live performances after the hiatus caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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