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Coldplay at Stade de France

COLDPLAY’S PREVIOUS CONCERTS AT STADE DE FRANCE

July 2022 COLDPLAY 2022 After selling over 260,000 tickets in record time, Coldplay made history by becoming the first band to announce 4 Stade de France shows in a row! Coldplay will perform at the Stade de France on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17, 2022 with opening act featuring Gaumar and H.E.R.
July 2017 COLDPLAY 2017 Since last March, Coldplay fans have been treated to a spectacle on their current “Head Full of Dreams” tour. The English band will feature at the Stade de France for three exceptional concerts on 15, 16 and 18 July. This will be the final leg of their European tour.
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Coldplay at Stade de France

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BIOGRAPHY OF COLDPLAY

The alternative rock band, Coldplay, was formed in 1998 in London and consists of 4 members: Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion. With over 40 million albums sold, Coldplay are one of the most popular POP groups of the moment.

SUCCESSFUL ALBUMS

In 1998, the band released their first single, Safety AP, but it didn't sell well. In 1999, they signed to Fierce Panda, an independent label and released Brothers and Sisters EP and The Blue Room EP. In 2000, they released Parachutes. In 2001, the album A Rush of Blood to the Head won four Grammy Awards and a Brit Award. Coldplay then had a series of successes with their albums Coldplay X&Y (2004), Viva la Vida or Death and All his Friends (2006), Mylo Xyloto (2009) and Ghost Stories (2014). In 2012, they recorded a duet entitled Princess of China with the famous R'n'B singer Rihanna.

A COMMITTED GROUP

Coldplay support many associations like the Oxfam international confederation, which fights against injustice and poverty. To raise money, the group made a single, 2000 Miles, available for download, and put objects from their career for sale on Ebay. In addition, they organise surprise concerts.

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