Coldplay confirms Camila Cabello as opening act for their concert in Peru

What good news! The days of waiting to know if Coldplay will play in Peru are over. The British band confirmed that our country will be part of their Music of the Spheres world tour. The concert will take place in September 2022, but that’s not all, since it also announced that it will have the singer with Cuban roots Camila Cabello as the opening act.

“Get ready! Coldplay returns to Peru as part of its Music of the Spheres world tour to perform on September 20, 2022 at the National Stadium with Camila Cabello. Ticket sales in Teleticket modules and in, exclusive pre-sale for Interbank clients: December 13 and 14, and in general sale: December 15th. Soon more information on ticket prices, ”said the event producer Artes Perú.

Initially, her participation in Latin America was confirmed by the Brazilian journalist José Norberto Flesch, since the artist also has an appointment scheduled at the Rock in Rio Festival in September of next year.

Having included this outstanding singer raises expectations of what the great show will be, which will surely register sold outs in the first hours of pre-sale to obtain tickets.

Camila Cabello is one of the most important singers today for all that she represents. For this reason, in October of this year, it received a diamond certificate from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), becoming the first Hispanic singer to be awarded this recognition for her song “Havana”.

Coldplay will visit Peru, Colombia, Chile and Argentina. The announcement of his visit to our country was given through a projection at the Huaca Pucllana, located in Miraflores. The concert will take place again at the National Stadium, on September 20.

Likewise, the band revealed that this tour will be eco-sustainable, by ensuring that it will reduce CO2 emissions by fifty percent. “We have been planning this tour for many years and we are very excited to be able to play in front of you again. At the same time we are very aware that the planet is suffering a climate crisis. We have spent two years talking with environmental experts to make this tour as sustainable as possible “ the group said in a statement.