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6 oracle items tagged as shows
November 13, 2014 / submitted by Pablo, United States of America
Q.  Hi Oracle!
I have a quick question: How can I know when Coldplay is going to give a concert without having to enter the website. It would be great if there was an option that e-mails you their next concert.
Is that possible?
Thanks,
Pablo

You can sign-up to receive our newsletter by filling in the join the mailing list field (top right of the website).
This does not guarantee you will hear about tickets in advance (or indeed be successful getting them) as tours are also announced on the website but it's worth signing up.
If you're a facebook user, it may be helpful to follow the band as sometimes we announce there first, depending on where the show is taking place but generally to be safe, I'd go with the newsletter.



July 29, 2014 / submitted by Arga, Indonesia
Q.  Dear Oracle
A simple question, overall, how many concerts have been performed by Coldplay??

Apparently there have been 990 Coldplay shows.


April 22, 2014 / submitted by Kiki, United States of America
Q.  Oracle, Have the tickets for Coldplay's NYC tour on May 5th gone up on sale yet?

In the news piece that announced the live dates last week, Anchorman explained that "Ticket information for the remaining five shows will be emailed exclusively to subscribers to the Coldplay mailing list".

If you have signed-up, just sit tight and wait for the email.



April 2, 2014 / submitted by John, United Kingdom
Q.  Thought you might be interested to see what happened when you left Madrid.

Thanks for that. I'm sure all those fans that ask about setting up shows will find it a fascinating read.


December 5, 2013 / submitted by Charles , Canada
Q.  Did you ever have to interrupt a show because of an annoying fan?

If not, what was the weirdest fan demand you guys ever received?

Yes! Well, that sounds awful so I shall rephrase it. Chris & Jonny were performing at the Little Noises charity event. As Chris started playing The Scientist, a fan up on the balcony began tapping a tambourine out of time. It was very off putting so Chris paused and asked them to stop.

As it's a "yes" that makes the second question redundant. Phew.




September 26, 2013 / submitted by Alex M, United States of America
Q.  Hi Oracle!
I was curious to see what the smallest-scale concert that Coldplay has ever done and how small would they go?
Thanks!

Obviously when the band started they were playing pubs & clubs with very small capacities. The last time they played anywhere as small was December 2011 when they went back to perform at Dingwalls (Camden, London) which has a capacity of less than 500.
It's not a case of how small would they go, but can they go and for what reason.
Dingwalls was a special radio event and obviously their production had to be reduced heavily for such a tiny venue.
I have to say, watching Chris on that stage being restricted, unable to do his usual running around, was like watching a caged tiger!



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