Satanic Planet to Perform at Indiana Statehouse Following Religious Freedom Spat

The band is affiliated with The Satanic Temple, which advocates for the separation of church and state

A band with ties to The Satanic Temple (TST) will perform at Indiana’s Statehouse this month, averting a legal challenge. Satanic Planet first asked about performing in May, within days of a conservative Christian activist’s prayer rally at the site. After months of back-and-forth — including a legal threat — administrators signed off on the band’s use agreement on Wednesday.

The show is part of TST’s “Let us burn” tour, and it comes after Sean Feucht’s multi-year “Let us worship” tour touched down in Indiana’s capitol building.

Feucht, a preacher-influencer who prayed over former President Donald Trump in the Oval Office in 2019, began his ongoing tour as a protest of pandemic-era restrictions on in-person religious services.

✱ Sean Feucht has threatened to sue over adultery rumors with Rep. Lauren Boebert.

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