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Coldplay performs at the Philippine Arena

coldplay performs at the philippine arena

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The “Music of the Spheres” tour by the British rock band Coldplay is finally happening on Friday and Saturday, January 19 and 20 at the Philippine Arena. 

Drivers are recommended to consider alternative routes. Anticipate significant traffic congestion when traveling towards the Bulacan municipalities of Bocaue and Santa Maria, as communicated by NLEX Corp. via Facebook on Thursday night and reiterated on Friday morning.

“Please allot more travel time as [a] high volume of traffic is expected during the event. For motorists heading to Bocaue or Santa Maria, take alternate routes via Marilao or Tambubong exits,” the announcement read. “Traffic personnel will be deployed at strategic areas to provide assistance.”

The band commenced sharing rehearsals at the venue through its Instagram story on Thursday. The primary concert is scheduled to commence at 8:15 p.m., with doors opening at 5 p.m.

Meanwhile, the foundation spearheaded by former Vice President Leni Robredo is preparing to create a significant influence during the Coldplay concert in the country this week.

Angat Buhay plans to establish a booth at the concert venue of a widely popular British rock band. The organization invites concert attendees to visit the booth, offering them the opportunity to learn about and participate in their programs focused on education, health and nutrition, disaster relief, and community engagement.

“Angat Buhay will be setting up a booth at the Philippine Arena for Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres World Tour on Jan. 19 and 20! Stop by our booth to learn how you can get involved in our #angatbayanihan initiatives! #Coldplay #MusicOfTheSpheres #MOTSWTPH,” a post on Robredo’s Facebook page read.

Coldplay is anticipated to present a lineup of songs including “Yellow,” “The Scientist,” “Fix You,” “My Universe,” “A Sky Full of Stars,” and numerous other tracks during the upcoming concert.

The organizers of the concert also emphasized the necessity for attendees to adhere to health guidelines, including the mandatory use of facemasks and the prohibition of bringing any harmful weapons.

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