Bryan Adams said Monday that he was canceling a show in Biloxi, Mississippi to protest a recently approved law that he criticized as discriminatory.

According to Billboard, the Canadian rocker was set to perform Thursday at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum.

“Mississippi has passed anti-LGBT ‘Religious Liberty’ bill 1523,” Adams wrote in an Instagram post. “I find it incomprehensible that LGBT citizens are being discriminated against in the state of Mississippi. I cannot in good conscience perform in a State where certain people are being denied their civil rights due to their sexual orientation. Therefore i’m cancelling my 14 April show at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum.”

“Using my voice I stand in solidarity with all my LGBT friends to repeal this extremely discriminatory bill. Hopefully Mississippi will right itself and I can come back and perform for all of my many fans. I look forward to that day. ?#?stop1523?,” he added.

The law, signed last week by Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, allows religious organizations and businesses related to the wedding industry to deny service to gay and transgender people.

Adams is the second performer after Bruce Springsteen to cancel a concert in protest against such laws.

(Related: Steven Van Zandt: North Carolina cancellation about stopping spread of “evil virus.”)