“No cellphones, no cameras”, Coldplay’s Chris Martin asks his fans in Peru to connect with music


The British band Coldplay began their tour of South America and began on Saturday, September 10 at Rock in Rio, which took place in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. From that country they traveled to Peru.

Chris Martin (vocalist), Guy Berryman (bassist), Will Champion and Jon Buckland (guitarist), members of the band, were received by the excited Peruvian fans, who have had the opportunity to see them up close and the minutes shared with the members. of the group have been replicated on social networks, prior to the concert they offered on Tuesday, September 13, in the Peruvian capital, Lima.

Every minute of the British concert is unique, according to their fans, but there is a special one in which the band’s vocalist Chris Martin makes a request to the dozen attendees, something he has been doing throughout this tour in the different countries.

Every minute of the British concert is unique, according to their fans, but there is a special one in which the band’s vocalist Chris Martin makes a request to the dozen attendees, something he has been doing throughout this tour in the different countries.

“I ask you a small favor, if it is possible just for one song we want to jump higher… sing a little louder, dance a little more freely. Just for a song if possible we can do it without a cellphone, without a cell phone, without cameras, no photos, nothing electronic, no phones, no cellphones, no cameras, nothing, nothing electronic, just your heart and your body, your heart and your body , and his soul… No cellphones, no mobile, please, please, just four minutes, hands up,” Chris Martin said before performing A Sky Full Of Stars.

While the concert was taking place, on TikTok several fans shared videos and performed lives but from outside the National Stadium, where the show took place. According to the comments, many did not manage to enter. “Half of the real fans were out because of the scalpers,” wrote one fan of the band.

On Wednesday, September 14, they will perform for the second time in Lima, where they arrived with the Music Of The Spheres Tour 2022.

After Peru, Coldplay will travel to Colombia to perform on September 16 and 17 in Bogotá. They will continue to Chile, they will perform in Santiago, on September 20, 21, 23 and 24. Between October and November they will be presented in Brazil and Argentina.

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