Monday, June 27, 2011

Pink card given to Raul Castro at Rock festival for blocking 3 Porno para Ricardo members from playing concert

Cafe Fuerte reported today that The international festival United Islands of Prague punished Cuban dictator Raul Castro with a "pink card" for having prevented the participation of three members of the punk rock band Porno para Ricardo, invited by the organizers of the event.

"In sports yellow and red cards awarded. We showed a symbolic pink card to Raul Castro to leave the artists alone in peace, "said David Gaydečka, one of the promoters of the festival, which ended Saturday in the Czech capital.

Porno para Ricardo went on stage Saturday (June 25) at 7:30pm (Prague Time) and played for an hour.

Prague Daily Monitor reported on June 7, 2011 that the Castro regime had not permitted three members of the Porno Para Ricardo punk rock band to travel to the Czech Republic to perform at the United Islands International Music Festival, but over the weekend of June 23-25 they were able to listen to the Cuban band's songs as the band's front man, Gorki Aguila, visiting relatives in Mexico, was accompanied by Czech musicians at the Prague concert, Aguila's first in Europe.

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