Coldplay has sold out tickets for a fourth concert at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, with which nearly 200,000 people will see them on May 24th, 25th, 27th and 28th. These four concerts will be the only performances of the group in Spain, where they will present their latest album, “Music Of The Spheres“.
The tour is repeating concerts in other cities such as London, where the first part of a tour that is now in Latin America has concluded, passing through Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile, and which will return to Europe in May 2023. to continue sweeping Milan, Gothenburg and Amsterdam.
The advance sale of the first part of the tour, which was announced in October last year, made the promoter anticipate that more than one stadium would be sold, but according to Marisa Márquez, director of Marketing for Live Nation Madrid, “never” have seen nothing like it:
Due to incredible interest in the 2023 UK/European shows, extra dates have been added for Barcelona, Naples, Milan and Amsterdam ahead of the general sale, which begins at 10am local time tomorrow (Thursday). https://t.co/zvmn4wkbTh pic.twitter.com/sysEHlfWtU
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“Never before have we sold, like no other artist, 4 Olympic stadiums, they had never been sold in less than a week, the fourth in less than a day, and I had never seen so much traffic on the ticket sales website“, she acknowledged.
Chris Martin‘s group tour could become one of the most successful in history. Marisa Márquez highlights the reasons for this enormous success.
“An enormous capacity for communication and use of social networks that has attracted a young audience, thus expanding its audience, in addition to a very well planned career and colorful and fun concerts that remain in the memory“, she assured.