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Chris Martin, from Coldplay, stopped a show in the middle of Wembley and put the points to the spectators

Coldplay He comes surprising in every show he gives. Two days ago, the English band and Natalie Imbruglia paid a great tribute to Olivia Newton-John, who died last week. And yesterday it was news for another strange reason.

Band leader Chris Martin stopped Coldplay’s final concert at Wembley in the middle of a song and dotted the nearly 60,000 spectators in attendance to ask them to turn off their phones to “connect as one group of people”.

The 45-year-old leader made the request while singing Sky Full of Stars on the Music of the Spheres tour and earned a positive fan response. The moment was, ironically, caught on camera and shared on TikTok. by thousands of users

Coldplay is one of the highest grossing bands in the world.

Coldplay is one of the highest grossing bands in the world.

In the video, Chris stopped the performance and said, “Wait, wait, one second. I think we can improve this, wait“.

Fans could be heard wondering what was going on, with one person saying: “Have you stopped him?”

Coldplay announced their return to Argentina, with their Music From the Spheres World Tour, which points to the self-sustainability of their shows.  Press Photo DF Entertainment

Coldplay announced their return to Argentina, with their Music From the Spheres World Tour, which points to the self-sustainability of their shows. Press Photo DF Entertainment

“Let’s try it, but please, if we could have a song with no cell phones, no cameras, no devices, nothing, only the power of the peoplethe power of the people,” said the singer.

Concertgoers began to cheer in support of Chris’ request.

Chris Martin at Coldplay's third stadium of this series in London.  Photo: IG

Chris Martin at Coldplay’s third stadium of this series in London. Photo: IG

After this song, you can continue filming whatever you want… But for this moment let’s be people together, me, you, my brother, my sister and let’s try again,” Martin summed up, then continued on the subject.

Coldplay’s big tour

Following their shows in England, the tour then moves on to Glasgow for two performances. In September, as part of the tour, Coldplay will perform at the festival Rock in Rio, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. There will also be two concerts in Lima, Peru, two in Bogotá, Colombia and four in Santiago, Chile.

Coldplay's shows in Buenos Aires will begin on October 25.

Coldplay’s shows in Buenos Aires will begin on October 25.

In October they will return to Rio de Janeiro for two concerts, followed by six in São Paulo. And from October 25 to November 8, the band will give 10 concerts in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The fever to see Coldplay again in Argentina never ceases to amaze. What has been said: between October 25 and November 8, the British band will offer 10 concerts at the River court and sold out all available seats, more than 600,000, They just went on sale.

Chris Martin, leader of Coldplay.

Chris Martin, leader of Coldplay.

These are box office records. in number of shows and also in collection. Coldplay fans left at the box office around $7 billion. These numbers reflect the dysfunctional nature of Argentine consumption and the distortions in the economy.

Coldplay’s record in River

In the sector they describe that there is a climate of euphoria after two years of abstinence of recitals forced by the pandemic. According to experts, it is believed that the demand cannot be sustained because “people have already consumed a lot of entertainment and the pocket is not enough for everything”.

Coldplay.

Coldplay.

In any case, as this newspaper published in the section Economy, the current season started with everything and that “it is above average”. Appearances indicate otherwise and that despite the cost of tickets: from $8,000 to $19,500 in the case of Coldplay.

The Coldplay thing surpassed Roger Waters. The best mark was held by Soda Stereo, which in 2007 brought together 350,000 people in the 6 recitals that the band gave on the River court. A little further down appears the first visit of the Rolling Stones, in 1995 and in full convertibility, with 300,000 locations sold. Records, it is known, were invented to be broken.

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