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The new show will take place on November 5th and those who are excluded from purchasing the ticket will be able to buy the ticket on Tuesday
Argentine fanaticism for English band Coldplay may break a new record, as the announcement of their eighth date at River Plate in Buenos Aires comes close to the nine performances given by former Pink Floyd leader Roger Floyd in 2012. Waters.
Between October 25 and November 4, Coldplay will perform at Monumental in the middle of their Music of The Spheres Tour world tour, and with tickets selling out in record time, they have decided to extend their stay in Buenos Aires for another day.
The new show will take place on November 5th, and those who are disqualified will be able to buy the ticket this Tuesday, with more “fever” for British alternative rock that could beat Roger Waters.
To date, Coldplay has already surpassed the five consecutive dates of the Rolling Stones in 1995 and six concerts of the legendary Argentine band Soda Stereo in 2007, the entire River Stadium can exceed 70 thousand people and the quartet led by Chris Martin is considered one of the most beloved in Argentina.
During the tour, they will present their ninth studio work: Music Of The Spheres, which French astronaut Thomas Pesquet solo re-produced “Higher Power” for the first time from the International Space Station.
In addition, the album contains the song “My Universe”, which has a special collaboration from BTS, the Korean band that introduced K-pop significantly to the Western world.
Given Coldplay’s commitment to the environment, their new tour aims to instill in the public an active awareness of the care of natural resources.
“On this tour, they will reduce direct CO2 emissions by 50% compared to the band’s last tour between 2016 and 2017,” All Access, the venue’s ticket platform, said in a statement.
Among its other goals are the support of new environmental technologies and the development of sustainable tourism routes with very low carbon emissions.
In this sense, they noted, their concerts would be powered by renewable energy, solar installations, recycled cooking oil and even a kinetic playground that would drive fans with kinetic bikes and allow that energy to be stored as a mobile rechargeable battery for the shows. .
On top of that, they will also fund a tree planting for every ticket sold, and encourage their fans to use low-carbon transportation to and from shows through a mobile app.
During their concerts, they will give free water in places where the recycling of plastic bottles will be promoted and 10% of all profits will go to a common fund for environmental causes and social awareness.
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