During her appearance on the Today show on Tuesday, March 7 (morning), Jamie Lee Curtis advocated for early-bird performances.
The topic arose when the Oscar nominee and well-known early riser stated that she would be skipping the Academy Awards dinner later this week owing to its 7:30 p.m. start time. The anchor Savannah Guthrie asked her what time would the meal have had to be for her to say yes and she said five.
Curtis’ issue about the late start time for concerts and other live music events eventually came up in conversation.
“Why are there no matinees? I’m curious,” she said. “I would love to go see Coldplay. I would love it. The problem is, I’m not going to see Coldplay if they start their show at 9 and there’s an opening act. I want to hear Coldplay at 1 p.m.”
Although though the majority of the live music circuit operates at night, midday performances are not altogether unheard of. For instance, after announcing their 25th-anniversary reunion tour across the United Kingdom last month, S Club 7 added a noon performance at London’s O2 arena on October 28 when their Friday and Saturday night performances at the renowned venue sold out.
The actress might want to check out this Coldplay alternative though!
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In October of last year, Coldplay held successful shows in Argentina. Jin was the special guest at one of their performances of “Music of the Spheres” at the River Plate stadium in Buenos Aires. The tickets sold out immediately upon the unexpected announcement of Jin’s participation.
The concert was also aired in tens of thousands of theaters worldwide. It was the day of ‘The Astronaut’s release, but the entire stadium knew every word and sang along with Jin. There were also banners of support for Jin everywhere. Many of individuals were profoundly affected by the enchanted encounter.
On March 1, Coldplay announced the worldwide cinematic release of the ‘Music of the Sphere’ live event. This version of the show will be the director’s cut. According to the release, the premiere will feature two artists: H.E.R. and Jin, who will perform “his record-breaking hit, “The Astronaut.'”
People will once again be able to enjoy these beautiful moments! In addition, the concert has unseen video, such as backstage access. Fans of Jin anticipate seeing more adorable interactions between Jin and Coldplay members. Tickets are available on the website for the event.
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