Will play in River: Coldplay returns to Argentina in 2022
The group led by Chris Martin will perform at River on October 25 with their new album Music of the Spheres
Coldplay is preparing to visit not only Argentina, but also Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the United States, Germany, France, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Brazil as part of a tour that has already sold more than a million tickets around the world.
Produced by DF Entertainment, the tour is part of the release of Music of the Spheres , Coldplay’s ninth studio work, whose single “Higher Power” was first played from the International Space Station by French astronaut Thomas Pesquet . In addition, the album includes the song “My Universe”, which accumulates more than 100 million views on YouTube and which made the group the first British band to debut in the first position of the Hot 100 in the United States with their collaboration with Korean super band BTS .
The last time the band visited the country was in November 2017, when they brought their A Head Full Of Dreams tour with which they traveled for 20 months through 31 countries, offering 115 shows and selling close to 5 million tickets.
This show is a turning point in the history of the band , since it not only has the mission of reuniting with its audience after the pandemic, but it also seeks to generate a sustainable impact, reducing the carbon footprint that a tour usually generates. of this caliber .
For this, the concerts will be completely powered by renewable energy with very low emissions, which will be stored in the first mobile battery for shows. To achieve this, solar panels will be installed at each location, used cooking oil, a kinetic stadium floor and fan-driven kinetic bikes will be used.
Actions will also be promoted to help extract the CO2 that a tour of this level usually produces , such as planting a tree for each ticket sold, encouraging fans through the official tour app to use low-carbon transports. to attend stadiums, ensure all merchandising is sourced in a sustainable and ethical manner, provide free drinking water to dispose of single-use plastic bottles during the concert, and put 10% of tour proceeds into a fund for environmental and social awareness causes.