Anthony Kiedis, lead vocalist with U.S. rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, came out in support for Ukraine during a concert in Miami on Aug. 30 by raising a Ukrainian flag on stage.
The band has posted the relevant photo on Facebook.
“Love Ukraine,” the musicians wrote under the photo.
In comments, Ukrainian fans thanked the members of the band for their support and invited them to perform in Ukraine after victory over Russia is achieved.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers last performed in Ukraine in 2012 and 2016.
The band is just the latest of the world’s most famous rock bands to show their support for Ukraine during concerts.
In particular, the Imagine Dragons rock band became the ambassador of the Ukrainian crowdfunding platform United24 and raises money for the purchase of medical transport.
The band Coldplay speaks mentions Ukraine at every concert and goes on stage with a Ukrainian flag, while the lead vocalist wears a bracelet in yellow and blue colors.
Pink Floyd, one of the most famous rock bands in the world, released its first song in 28 years, titled “Hey Hey Rise Up,” and all the money from sales are to be used to help Ukraine.