Coldplay Boston Tickets

Coldplay was formed at University College London in 1996 by Jonny Buckland, the lead guitarist and Chris Martin, the lead vocalist for the band. Guy Berryman joined the group as a third member as the bassist and the official name for the band changed to ‘Starfish’. Once Will Champion joined the group as the drummer the band was complete and the name was changed to Coldplay in 1998. Thereafter, three EPs were released: ‘Safety’, ‘Brothers & Sisters’ and ‘The Blue Room’.  

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Coldplay is tremendously popular and if you haven’t attended a show of theirs up till now, then make sure you attend the Coldplay Boston performance. The band has stolen the hearts of music listeners all over the globe and has won several prestigious awards including the MTV Music Video Awards, Brit Awards and Grammy Awards.

Grab your Coldplay Boston tickets and find out why this band has sold 55 million records all over the world. As of 2009, they have been viewed by Rolling Stone as ranking forth in the list of best music artist in the 2000s time period.
Coldplay has supported several social causes and NGOs throughout its career including Amnesty International and Oxfam. The Coldplay Boston concert is headed your way and if you are in the mood for some rocking music and an excellent live performance then this is a great opportunity which shouldn’t be missed out on. Plus cheap Coldplay Boston tickets are now up for sale so you no longer need to worry about the tickets being too expensive. 

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