Coldplay’s Brazil tour has been postponed due to Chris Martin’s illness.
Due to Chris Martin, the main vocalist of Coldplay, being ill, the band has announced that it would cancel a number of performances on its most recent world tour.
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Brazil’s Tour of Coldplay is Postponed
The band has since cancelled those gigs because of Chris Martin’s “serious lung infection,” which he developed at the age of 45.
In a statement published on Coldplay’s website and social media platforms
The eight cancelled concerts in Rio de Janeiro and So Paulo, Brazil, would be rescheduled for early 2023, the band declared with “great sadness.”
Coldplay postpone Brazil shows over Chris Martin illness https://t.co/eVL57QPp9h
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) October 4, 2022
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Chris Martin Desperately Needs Rest Says Doctor
Martin has been “placed under severe doctor’s orders to rest for the next three weeks” as a result of his diagnosis, the band stated.
“We’re moving as quickly as we can to lock up the revised dates and will provide further details in the coming days,” the statement continued. We really appreciate your patience at this trying time, when we must put Chris’s health first, the message read.
They continued, thanking the audience for their patience, saying, “We’re sure that Chris will return to excellent health after the advised medical break and look forward to continuing the tour shortly.”
Fans rushed to the comments section to wish Martin luck. A commenter said: “CHRISSS NOOO. I’m sending you tonnes of love and positive energy for a speedy recovery. I’m also truly sorry for you, Brazil. I’m confident that the wait will be worthwhile and that you guys will get to experience more.
Another person wrote: “Pls take the time to properly recover. We adore you two! On October 25, they will perform live again in Argentina, where they are expected to play ten gigs.
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