MICHAELSD Posted September 4, 2014 Share Posted September 4, 2014 As many of you are already aware, Coldplay is in considerations to play the 2015 half-time show -- albeit, with one major caveat: they will have to split a percentage of their post-show touring profits with the NFL. This is almost auspicious and simply greedy, especially considering the profit half-time ads bring in alone. The most they'd make is probably under $20 million from profit-sharing any act. That aside, if the NFL has a change of heart and decides to offer Coldplay the spot: should they take it? Ghost Stories isn't an album made for a stadium, so they should begin promoting their next album in January if they do. Otherwise, it seems like bad timing for the band even though their popularity is peaking with ASFOS. I'd say yes they should take the spot, granted they have a new single, album, and tour prepared. If not, then pass and wait for a better opportunity. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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