The message went on to say that the group needed to put Chris’ health first, and expressed regret for any “disappointment and inconvenience.”
Due to “a dangerous lung illness” that lead vocalist Chris Martin has suffered, Coldplay has announced that many of its “Music of the Spheres” global tour dates in Brazil would be postponed.
The gigs should be rescheduled for early 2023, the band declared with “deep sadness.”
Chris is required to follow stringent doctor’s orders to rest for the ensuing three weeks due to a nasty lungs illness.
Although all refunds would be fulfilled, ticketholders are advised to hang onto their tickets as they will still be good for the new dates.
The statement ended, “We’re hopeful that Chris will return to excellent health after the advised medical break and look forward to restarting the tour as soon as possible.” Thank you as always for your love and support, and please accept our heartfelt apologies to everyone affected.
On a few specific days between October 11 and 22, the performances would have happened. Starting on October 25, the performer will still play ten shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
An international broadcast of one of the Buenos Aires performances will be shown on Oct. 28 and Oct. 29, Coldplay said in September, bringing “Music of the Spheres” to theatres.