Coldplay’s Concert Ticket Sales Starts September 15
The first phase of ticket sales for Global Citizen Festival India 2016 will start tomorrow i.e. from September 15 on BookMyShow. The event features Coldplay and Jay Z‘s debut concert in India along with performances from Bollywood celebrities and is set to be held on November 19 in Mumbai at the MMRDA Grounds.
The event or festival is a collaboration between The Global Education and Leadership Foundation & Global Citizen and is produced by Wizcraft International. The festival will be held on November 19 i.e. on WORLD TOILET DAY with a focus on sanitation, clean water, education, and gender equality.
“This is the perfect example of what the Global Citizen is all about, individuals from around the world joining as one voice to call for change,” said Jay Z in a statement.
Beside Coldplay, the line-up for Global Citizen Festival also includes performance from hip-hop legend Jay Z and Bollywood celebrities like Ranveer Singh, Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Farhan Akhtar, Kareena Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, and Arjun Kapoor.
Indian singers and music composers like AR Rahman, Arijit Singh, Monali Thakur, and Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy will also be seen on stage performing. It will be the first time in history to see Coldplay, Jay Z, AR Rahman, Arijit Singh, and other popular celebrities performing on one stage.
The limited early bird ticket is priced at Rs.5000 which will go on sale in first phase starting tomorrow. A limited number of VIP tickets will also be available. You can visit BookMyShow’s website or download the app to grab your ticket. You can also earn a free ticket as most of the tickets will be given away free to those who completes organization’s activism goals like signing a petition, tweeting, referring etc. For more details on how to earn free ticket, visit here : globalcitizen.in
The non-profit organization will also host its fifth annual flagship concert in New York on September 24 featuring performances from Rihanna, Major Lazer, Kendrick Lamar, and Metallica.
“The years I spent living and working in India as a teenager were a key catalyst of my passion for challenging the status quo of poverty alleviation. So bringing the Global Citizen movement to India is a moment many years in the making,” said Hugh Evans, the chief executive of Global Citizen.