After Guns N’ Roses, it’s time for it bad play They also announced more performances in Brazil: the British band is taking advantage of their visit to rock music in Rio to perform three more shows here.
In addition to the show on September 10, Rio de Janeiro will host another Coldplay show on October 11. On schedule, fans will be able to find them at Nelton Santos Stadium, Enginhao, located in the northern part of the state capital. Tickets will cost between 210 and 950 BRL.
The other two dates have been reserved for São Paulo. On October 15 and 16, Coldplay took to the stage at Allianz Parque, in Barra Fonda, west of São Paulo. Tickets cost from R$ 245 to R$ 980.
In the three additional shows of Music Of The Spheres World Tour, the band is bringing in singer HER to open shows.
Tickets will go on sale from next Sunday (10) at 10 am for Elo Card customers. The public can purchase tickets from next Tuesday (12). It can be purchased through from this site.
In addition to performances in Brazil, Coldplay has announced two additional dates for Latin America: September 14, in Lima (Peru), and September 21, in Santiago (Chile). In both shows, singer Camila Cabello will open the shows.
Rock in Rio 2022
a Rock in Rio 2022 It takes place on the second, third and fourth of September and the following weekend, on the 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th of September. In addition to Coldplay, this year’s edition will feature names like Guns N’ Roses, Avril Lavigne, Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Dua Lipa, Iron Maiden, Post Malone and Måneskin.
September 10, the date on which the British went on sale, was the second on Tuesday evening (5), after 27 minutes of sales. In addition to the band, names such as Camila Cabello and Bastille perform at Cidade do Rock on the same day.
Since 1985, twenty versions of rock music have been held in Rio: eight in Rio de Janeiro, eight in Lisbon (Portugal), three in Spain and one in the United States.
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