Coldplay Set To Play Show For Charity


Coldplay have announced their smallest show in years, and it’s all in the name of charity.

According to Digital Spy, “The band are the last act on the line-up for War Child’s Passport to Brits Week, and will take to the stage at The O2’s indigo on February 24th, the same night as their Brit Awards performance.

The 2,350 capacity venue is significantly more intimate than the four nights at Wembley Stadium they’ll play for their UK tour in June.

Tickets are £75 and go on sale at 9am on Monday (February 8). Alternatively fans can donate £4.50 to enter a prize draw.

All money raised from tickets will go towards helping children across the Middle East and Africa living with the effects of war.

“We’re delighted to play this special show for War Child to raise funds for their crucial work with children dealing with the aftermath of conflict,” said Coldplay.​

Jamie xx, Florence + the Machine, Bloc Party and Bring Me the Horizon are among the other artists playing War Child shows for Brits Week.”

I would LOVE to see Coldplay live! This would be such a great opportunity.

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