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News |  29 Aug 2016 19:51 |  By RnMTeam

OML to execute highly anticipated Coldplay Mumbai concert

MUMBAI: Since the news of Coldplay's debut performance on Indian soil made rounds on social media, carried by tabloids further, a lot of speculations and guesses floated concerning the agency and the venue to host the popular English rock band. And now our sources have confirmed that, not only OML (Only Much Louder) would be executing the event, but the printing of tickets would begin as early as the second week of September.  

Coldplay’s 'Hymn for the Weekend’ was shot in India and the production was done by Bang Bang Films (a part of The 120 Media Collective). According to our source, “In September (2016) first week, they will probably announce the date and then start printing tickets during the second week. The event will be executed by OML.”

Think back how Coldplay’s lead vocalist Chris Martin and his squad dropped a hint that they loved India and they would be returning shortly?

After so much dilly-dallying, the British rock band is all set to come back to India (in November), as promised. The date, 19 November 2016, and guess what? The whole squad will be in the city two days prior to the concert. If you are lucky, you might bump into Chris Martin or Jonny Buckland or even Guy Berryman at any club of the city! For those interested in the technical nitty-gritty, event promoters OML are the brains behind getting Coldplay to Mumbai.

A reliable source informed us, “As part of the charity's annual fund-raising concert, Coldplay will definitely set the stage on fire. This concert is organised by ‘The Global Poverty Project’, a non-profit organisation.”

Now, wait for official confirmations till September second week and stay in touch with Radioandmusic.com for all the details.

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