A concert that the Cuban singer Linear Table scheduled for September 15 at Flamingo Theater Bar in Miami, has been suspended, as announced The New Herald.
After his controversial trip to Cuba during the Santa Maria Music Fest, the Cuban singer who lives in Miami held in Las Vegas at the end of August and also appeared in Radio stations in Puerto Rico but the concert at the important club in Miami planned for this week will not happen.
The aforementioned press outlet disclosed that confirmed the suspension after calling the phone number shown to make reservations for Lenier’s concert at the Flamingo Theater Bar, located at The Four Ambassadors, in Brickell Bay.
No poster was published on the social networks of the famous club announcing the concert and the link to buy tickets was broken.
Concert tickets to be offered by Lenier at the Flamingo Theater Bar They are priced between $60 and $90. according to the club’s website.
The aforementioned media outlet claimed it was in contact Michel Muniz -Lenier’s manager and president of Laum Music- but they did not receive an answer about the singer’s version about the suspension of the concert in a place where the artist has performed on several occasions in recent years.
The cancellation of the Miami club presentation seems to be one of the most immediate consequences of Lenier’s trip to Cuba, although not the only one.
The mayor of Hialeah, Esteban Bovo Jr., condemned the artist’s trip in August and said that I will not be invited to future events in that city.
“It is shameful and condemnable that at this point in the Cuban tragedy an artist, like Lenier, who benefits from the support of Cuban exiles, becomes part of the propaganda manipulation of the totalitarian Cuban regime,” he said.
Bovo added that events like this in “the enslaved island serve only as a media tool for the dictatorship, with no benefit for the people.”
After his visit to Cuba during the festival, which he argued it was to see his sick grandfather criticism rained down on Lenier, especially from the Cuban exile in Miami and also from many artists and influencers.
The composer and singer defended himself against the accusations and even assured that he was in Miami “There are more communists than Cuba”.
As of this writing, there are no other confirmed details about the circumstances surrounding the suspension of Lenier Mesa’s concert at the Flamingo Theater Bar.