The band will be performing a host of Coldplay hits during the full theatre show on Saturday, September 25, which includes lasers, confetti canons, video screens, and of course themselves ‘encapsulating the essence of Coldplay’.
Almost exactly a year after their original scheduled performance, the band will be lighting up the sky with their fabulously energetic show which they can now deliver to live audiences, and complete with Xylobands!
Xylobands were first used by Coldplay on their Mylo Xyloto tour, and the band also helped to develop the concept, tailoring it to their show.
Shane Croft, lead singer of Coldplace, said: “It’s a great addition to our show, as it really makes the audience feel they are involved.
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“The theatres look amazing as they light up like a rainbow in time to the music, and they really help bring the authenticity of Coldplay to the performance.
“Lockdown has brought many to challenges to many people over the last 18 months, in so many different ways.
“We have all learnt a lot about ourselves and our lives, and we have also lost loved ones and friends along the way and gained friends too. I think everyone has a different story to tell about their lives over the last year and their reality.
“Our reality now is that we are allowed to perform to a live audience on a stage, and this is our focus at the moment.
“As musicians, this is what we’ve been longing for since we first went into Lockdown last year. We had no idea it would last this long, and unlike other industries, we haven’t had any relaxation of rules during this time.”
A spokesman added: “Expect an explosive show, complete with confetti canons, a laser light show and the Xylobands which Coldplace used in their tour, for the audience to light up the auditorium, and a celebration to be back on stage.”
Tickets for the show are £23.50 and are available at www.bridspa.com/buy/?id=348002. Go to www.coldplace.co.uk to find out more about the group.