Coldplay suspend concerts in Brazil

the famous banda british Coldplay announced the suspension of the concerts in Brazil due to problems of Health of its vocalist, Chris Martin.

In a statement released by the banda on his social networks it is reported that the singer must save rHe was married for three weeks, suffering from a lung infection.

The interpreters of “Yellow” and “Paradise” had scheduled two recitals in Rio de Janeiro and six in Sao Paulo from October 11 to 22, 2022but given this unforeseen event, they will move to the first months of 2023.

While in Argentinathe country where they will break the record of 10 dates, the agenda remains the same.

Below is the statement:

The document details that Martin, 45, presents “a serious lung condition”and that for this reason “he must be strictly cared for by doctors for the next three weeks.”

The organization apologizes for the inconvenience this causes to its fans, whom it thanks for their “understanding”.

“We are optimistic and we believe that he will return with good Health after this prescribed medical stoppage”, says Coldplay in his statement, highlighting the “desire” to return to the tour Music of the Spheres “as soon as possible”.

Record in Argentina

Coldplay broke the mark of artist Roger Water, who did nine dates, in terms of tickets sold.

Coldplay will play at the River stadium for ten nights: October 25, 26, 28 and 29, and November 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8. The first date in Buenos Aires is exactly three weeks away. Everything will be at the expense of the musician’s recovery, as reported by Infobae.

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about the tour

Music Of The Spheres World Tourwhich stopped at the Félix Sánchez Olympic Stadium last March, the most revolutionary tour of the entire history of Coldplay. Seeking to generate active awareness with the objective of perpetrating a positive change in relation to the care of natural resources, the main axes of the sustainable tour are to reduce consumption, recycle extensively, reduce our CO2 emissions by 50% compared to the most recent of the banda (2016-2017); support new green technologies and develop new sustainable and very low carbon tourism methods; and make the tour as beneficial to the environment as possible, by funding a number of nature- and technology-based projects, and reducing significantly more CO2 than the tour produces.

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