Coldplay are playing a “very special” gig on the Glastonbury Festival’s global live stream “Live At Worthy Farm”.
The top group takes to the stage as part of this weekend’s livestream, and the band has urged fans to cast their support behind “the world’s greatest festival and the charities it supports.”
In a statement posted on Twitter, Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, Will Champion and Phil Harvey said: “A very special night on a worthy farm tonight and a home gig for us. Please buy a ticket to the biggest festival in the world To help the world and the festival. ” Charities it supports: http://worthyfarm.live. Dear c, g, w, j & p #LiveAtWorthyFarm (sic) “
The group, founded in 1996, urged fans to buy tickets for the live stream.
However, they also noted that they can see their performance on Sunday (05/23/21).
In another Twitter message, they stated, “I’m sure you will have a few questions on Twitter so I’ll watch with you. Don’t worry if you can’t watch or commit to Eurovision tonight; There will be reruns tomorrow at 2pm and 7pm UK time. Tickets: http://worthy.live PH (sic) “
Meanwhile, Chris Martin recently admitted that the lockdown experience made him less selfish.
The 44-year-old star is one of the most famous musicians in the world, but he admits that the global health crisis has changed the way he sees it.
He shared, “Last year was quite an eye opener. I said, ‘Who am I without Wembley saying,’ You’re awesome ‘?”
Chris stated that he is no longer trying to achieve self-worth through “external validation”.
He considered: “Right now in my life I am trying not to attach too much importance to being a pop star. I am trying not to achieve my self-esteem through external validation.”