Chris Martin of Coldplay announced Saturday night that of all the cities on their tour, the band have chosen to film the Vancouver concerts, writes the Vancouver Sun.
Halfway through the first show in a two-night stint at GM Place, Martin thanked the crowd for braving the traffic and 'missing Desperate Housewives', complimenting Vancouver audiences as the best in the world.
The love was evidently mutual, as the sold-out crowd of 30,000 remained on its feet throughout the show, echoing back to the band an energy high and so warm, the arena took on the intimate feel of a concert hall. The love-in reached a crescendo when Martin and the band wove their way across the stadium floor to the back, slapping hands along the way and disappearing into a doorway, only to emerge moments later in the midst of the furthest reaches of the audience for a harmonica-laced, strummed rendition of Green Eyes.
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Coldplay at General Motors Place, Vancouver (20th June 2009):
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