Congratulations for this!!! it made me happy to read your story ! I didnt read of any upgrades but thats just awesome !!!To my dear Coldplayers, I apologize for taking so long to update you on this show, but here we go. This was the sickest most incredible night of my life. That may be an understatement. Me and some friends drove up from Nashville and met more friends that live in CT. We got to New York early Sunday morning and walked around to see the city all day, it was great. I'd heard about the upgrade on here, and after talking to some of you to get advice, I got the whole group to make shirts. We got to the arena 15 minutes before the doors opened, and I was freaking out. My energy was out of the roof when I walked in, but by the time I got to my seats, it went down quite a bit. They were pretty bad. Upper level behind the stage, we had three of us in one section and 4 in another. Two groups of two of us went walking around the arena, while myself and two others stayed in the seats. I was talking to the girl I was sitting with and glumly told her that I didn't know what to do to to get the upgrade. She talked about how if anyone got it it would probably be the other three that got upgraded if anyone did. I said that it would be better if some of us got it rather than none of us. At that point, I looked down into the lower level and saw two from our group talking to a guy in a black T-shirt. I knew this what what we were supposed to be looking for. I grabbed her arm and said, "this is happeneing." Right then I made eye contact with those two in the lower level, they waved to us and started waving us down. I called one of them and asked if we got the upgrade and he said yes!!!! So I called the other two that were walking around and then we all ran down to meet the rest of the group. They were talking to a roadie, and when we got there he shook my hand and said, "so you're Brad? I hear you're the biggest Coldplay fan." I didn't say a word, but the rest of the group said I was. He then held out a ticket and said, "This ticket is the best seat in the whole arena, you're going to be closer to Coldplay than anyone else in the world tonight." I was speechless. I was in the front row in the corner seat right in front of Guy. This whole night was euphoric. During Viva when Chris looks under the little synthesizer that he plays, he held eye contact with me for a few minutes and waved at me. It was incredible. Best night of my life.