Storyboard

How the Entertainment Industry Is Responding to the Russia-Ukraine War

Eurovision bans Russia from competing, Green Day, Eric Clapton, Imagine Dragons, and others cancel concerts in Moscow and St. Petersburg, and stars with Ukrainian and Russian heritage speak out.

Avatar - The Culture Desk
Curated by
The Culture Desk
    • Russia
    • Ukraine
    • Moscow
    • Europe
    • entertainment news
How the Entertainment Industry Is Responding to the Russia-Ukraine War
Continue to read
10 stories in this Storyboard

    The impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on Culture

    These are the major music acts canceling shows in Russia

    These are the major music acts canceling shows in Russia

    verified_publisher
    Quartz - Adario Strange

    The music industry is mirroring the economic sanctions that countries around the world are levying against Russia due to its military action in Ukraine. In the past week, several major acts including Green Day, Eric Clapton, Imagine Dragons, and others have canceled upcoming shows in Moscow and St. …

    Eurovision: Russia banned from competing at 2022 Song Contest

    Eurovision: Russia banned from competing at 2022 Song Contest

    verified_publisher
    BBC News

    Russia will no longer be allowed to participate in this year's Eurovision Song Contest, the European Broadcasting Union has said. The EBU, which produces the event, said Russia's inclusion could bring the competition into disrepute "in light of the unprecedented crisis in Ukraine". Russia launched an …

    Stars Speaking Out

    Ukrainian and Russia stars around the world are condemning Russia's actions — and some are even taking up arms themselves.

Related articles

More stories from Russia