Star line-up at Sound of Peace: celebrities set signs for peace

With the peace campaign “Sound of Peace”, the pop scene mobilized thousands of people to take to the streets in Berlin against the war in Ukraine. According to the police, an estimated 15,000 people came to the musical event with around 50 performances in Berlin. Many posters called for immediate peace. Blue and yellow, the colors of Ukraine, were often seen.

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The aim of “Sound of Peace” should also be to collect donations to support the victims of the war in Ukraine. According to the organizers, more than twelve million euros were collected by the evening.

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There were always contributions on stage in which the situation in Ukraine and of refugees there and worldwide was described. Musicians and singers held the microphone in their hands.

These stars set musical signs on “Sound of Peace”.

Marius Müller-Westernhagen sang his song “Freiheit” accompanied by thousands of voices, Peter Maffay agreed to “Over seven bridges” to jubilation. Pascal Kravetz sang “Wozu sind Kriege da”, the song he sang with Udo Lindenberg in 1981 and made famous.

Violinist David Garrett played, Michael Patrick Kelly ushered in a minute’s silence for peace. Clueso also sang a song together with the Ukrainian elementary school teacher Katharina. Fury in the Slaughterhouse was there, as well as In Extremo, Mia., Mine, Revolverheld, Sarah Connor, Silbermond, The BossHoss and Zoe Wees.

You can see impressions of “Sound of Peace” in the photo gallery above.

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