LOS ANGELES, CA — An enormous crowd estimated at 55,000 cheered every song that British band Coldplay played in a two-hour show at the Rose Bowl Stadium here in Pasadena, Los Angeles.
The concert, riding high on the band’s well-received latest album “Head Full of Dreams,” opened with the title track and proceeded with hit after hit from its previous six records.
Frontman Chris Martin was a bundle of energy, shifting from guitar to piano while singing and dancing on a long catwalk that bridged three stages.
The concert was broadcast on live streaming in the Philippines through the sponsorship of telecom network Globe and concert promoter MMI.
Thousands of Filipino fans expressed their enthusiasm by tweeting the event, making it a top trending topic online.
The only question now is: when is the band coming to Manila? A source told the Inquirer to expect an announcement soon.
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