“This live performance is devoted to the attractive Tina Turner”, expressed the vocalist and pianist earlier than the 55,000 spectators. Tickets for the concert events in Barcelona bought out in file time,
Coldplay’s chief, Chris Martin, has remembered the singer Tina Turner, who handed away this Wednesday, dedicating the primary of 4 concert events that the band will give on the Estadi Olímpic in Barcelona as a part of their ‘Music of the Spheres Tour’ world tour.
“This live performance is devoted to the attractive Tina Turner”, the vocalist and pianist expressed earlier than the 55,000 spectators after singing ‘The Scientist’ and earlier than singing ‘Viva la vida’.
The band led by vocalist Chris Martin may even carry out on Thursday 25, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 on their solely Spanish dates as a part of the tour of European stadiums that’s a part of the world tour ‘Music Of The Spheres World Tour’, which started in Costa Rica in March 2022.
Tickets for the concert events in Barcelona bought out in file time, and the promoter Live Nation has highlighted that it turns into the primary band to carry out for 4 nights in a row in a stadium in Spain.
Chvrches would be the opening act within the 4 concert events of the band in Barcelona, whereas the Madrid band Hinds will likely be this Wednesday and Thursday and the artist One Mafalda on Saturday and Sunday.
Another of the highlights of the tour is its dedication to “sustainability and innovation”, since it’s designed with 100% renewable power in virtually all nations and makes use of photo voltaic panels and wind generators in all reveals, says the promoter.
return after seven years
This live performance will mark Coldplay’s return to the Catalan capital after seven years, when in 2016 they performed on the identical venue on the ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ tour, the place they shared the songs from the eponymous album with the Barcelona public for the primary time, in addition to biggest hits.
The band, lively since 1998, has launched eight albums –‘Parachutes’ (2000), ‘A Rush of Blood to the Head’ (2002), ‘X&Y’ (2005), ‘Viva la Vida’ (2008), ‘ Mylo Xyloto’ (2011), ‘Ghost Stories’ (2014), ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ (2015) and ‘Everyday Live’ (2019)–, which have left hymns akin to ‘Viva la Vida’, ‘The Scientist ‘, ‘Clocks’, ‘Yellow’, ‘Fix You’, ‘Magic’ and Paradise’.
These have earned them an extended checklist of recognitions, akin to a number of Billboard Music Awards, Brit Awards and several other Grammys, together with Best Alternative Album on two events and Best Song of the Year for ‘Viva la Vida’ in 2002.