Coldplay Talks ‘Going Green’ & Pulling Off Affordable Tickets for Their Philly PA Stadium Tour Stop
Not only is Coldplay's latest stadium tour one of the most affordable concerts of the year, it's also one of the greenest. SoJO 104.9's Heather DeLuca talked to the band about why a sustainable tour was so important, and how they got it done in a post-pandemic world.
Coldplay is on the road supporting their Grammy-nominated album 'Music of the Spheres', which brings them to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Wednesday, June 8th. And, there are STILL some $20 'infinity' tickets available! More on that in
When it reaches Philly, it'll be highly-sustainable. One of the most in history, in fact. The tour's principles are: Restore, Reduce, Restore.
Bassist Guy Berryman and drummer Will Champion chatted with SoJO about why getting this world tour as close to 'green' as possible (and wallet-friendly for fans) became the band's priority.
Coldplay is one of THE most dynamic live bands you'll ever see, and their current tour 'Music of the Spheres' promises to be no exception. With tickets still available as low as $20, here are a few reasons why you LITERALLY cannot afford to miss their stop in Philly on June 8th.
Watch our interview with Coldplay below, and check out 5 reasons you've gotta make an effort to see their show in Philly this week.