Let The Music Play

We are an organization comprised of prominent members of the entertainment industry who promote music and the arts as a bridge to peace, support artistic freedom, and counter the cultural boycott of Israel.


Top Entertainment Industry Executives

sign open letter supporting Lincoln Center and denouncing Boycott Israel Movement.


300 leading actors, entertainers, and entertainment executives, including Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Shwarzenegger, Seth Rogen & Sarah Silverman, signed our “Commitment to Peace and Justice” ad during the 2014 Israeli-Gaza conflict.


Ziggy Marley

"We are strongly connected to the history of Israel and feel a very spiritual and personal connection to that land and the people of that land... and we will continue to have that connection no matter what anybody says or does and continue to support Israel."


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Dame Helen Mirren

“I am a believer in Israel ... I think this is an extraordinary country filled with very, very extraordinary people...The artists of the country are the people you need to communicate with and make a relationship with and learn from and build upon. So I absolutely don't believe in the boycott, and here I am."


Every year hundreds of artists perform in Israel and nearly all of them receive pressure to cancel. Now, boycott supporters have turned their attention to Bryan Adams, Chris Rock and Ozzy Osbourne.

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Blog & Interviews

Hundreds Attend Los Angeles Premiere of New Documentary Discussing Roger Waters. Global Anti-Semitism and the Boycott Israel Movement

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Creative Community for Peace (CCFP) and the Simon Wiesenthal Center  – More than 200 people attended the LA premiere of the documentary “Wish You Weren’t Here,” hosted by Creative Community…

Cultural Boycott In The News

The Battle For Cultural Freedom

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By Simon Johnson, Jewish Telegraph As a teenager in Bury in the 1980’s, it was almost obligatory to be a fan of The Smiths. From the moment that the first…

CCFP In The News


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BY ELIYAHU KAMISHER MARCH 28, 2017 19:57, Jerusalem Post Spears’ concert, which was announced in a swanky Tel Aviv hotel, looks like a done deal. After years of fighting to get…

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