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Index – Culture – They wowed with their first concert, and now they've filled Puskás Arena three times over

Index – Culture – They wowed with their first concert, and now they've filled Puskás Arena three times over

A musical formation like Coldplay, which has been touring continuously for decades, is almost unparalleled. Formed in their college years, the pop-rock band started out with many names and ideas, and had just found a drummer, because the original player chosen didn't show up for rehearsal.

They came to my house because I was living with a guy who had a drum kit. He was a good drummer but he didn't show up – he was at the bar or something – so I said let's try

Will Champion recalled in an interview with Drums magazine-in.

It's not an easy task

The band's lineup has been complete ever since and has continued for many years. Although their first concerts were not the most successful, they quickly picked up the string – and the machine started working. They have released numerous records and set records, and although they have never been stingy when it comes to spending on concert entertainment, they have managed to generate billions of dollars in revenue through their live shows.

last, Music fields Their world tour in support of their album is still ongoing, although it has already begun in 2022.

As part of this, Hungary will also launch in 2024, but things aren't being taken lightly here either. They have played three concerts in Puskás Square, which is not an easy task at all, considering that this means 150 thousand potential tickets for sale, but the band has already exceeded this level in many major cities.

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The first of the three shows will take place today, June 16, followed by a concert on the 18th and 19th.

To help our readers follow along with the evening, we have prepared a quiz where fans can test their knowledge and learn new interesting facts about the band.

(Cover image: Coldplay on January 16, 2022. Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)