It’s hard to know what to love best about Coldplay — the music, of course, every rock ballad a smashing crowd favorite, but there’s also the high-energy stage presence of the band and its evangelical, marching-band leader, reports NewsOK.
Then there’s the colorful retro grunge clothing reminiscent of the ’80s, the painted guitars and piano; and the pulsing laser light show complete with drop-down balloons that alternately change colors, go psychedelic or show images of the band in full symphony.
Coldplay’s debut concert at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City on Sunday night was a feast for the senses. The band had two opening acts: Sleepercar, out of El Paso, Texas, which pleased the crowd with its strong vocals and nice harmony; and Jon Hopkins, who’s computer techno sound combined with animated graphics on a projector screen make one imagine a demented Dr. Seuss dropping acid.
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