Coldplay ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ Tour Review

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Coldplay ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ Tour Review

Christina Lamberg, Writer

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Coldplay just ended one of their biggest tours to date. Coldplay’s members include Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Will Champion, and Jonny Buckland. Chris Martian is on lead vocals and piano. Guy Berryman plays the acoustic guitar and Jonny Buckland is on lead guitar. Will Champion plays the drums and also does vocals. The A Head Full of Dreams tour is truly iconic and one of the biggest tours to date.

With the release of their latest studio album A Head Full of Dreams, Coldplay embarked on their biggest tour of their career. The tour had eight legs with a total of one hundred fourteen shows. The shows on the tour were stadium shows and sold out. The show became the third highest grossing world tour of all time. At the show, when walking in, you were given a light up bracelet that turned different colors and went along with the music while they were on stage.

The stage had a very long cat walk with a b-stage attached to get as close to the people as possible with another c-stage at the back of the of the stadium. The stage also had confetti throughout the nature show going all the way down the catwalk. The stage also had fireworks at the back of the stage for when the band came out and when the show ended.

The music that was played was all hits. It ranged from there breakout single “Yellow” to their latest hit “Hymn for the Weekend”. Chris Martian does a few songs on the piano at the main and c-stage including “The Scientist,” “Clocks,” and “Fix You.” Their music is loved by people of all generations because it is not only relatable but also fun to sing and dance along to.

In conclusion, the A Head Full Of Dreams tour was an amazing experience for all ages. The band was very engaging with the crowd which makes the experience even more special. The light up wristbands was also fun way to see everyone in the crowd and to go along with the music. Overall, I give the A Head Full Of Dreams Tour a five star performance rating.

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