A German town that’s been rocked by far-right protests welcomed a different kind of rock last night—the musical kind. Chemnitz hosted a “rock against racism” concert that saw around 65,000 people attend an open-air event with live music and a peaceful protest. It was billed as a response to the weeks of violence between far-right groups and counter-protesters in the city, which began after the murder of a German-Cuban man last month. The man, identified as Daniel H., was knifed in the street and two men have been arrested. They are allegedly of Iraqi and Syrian origin. The concert began with a moment of silence for Daniel H.