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    Coldplay Live Reviews and Setlist - Parque Simon Bolivar, Bogota, Colombia (4th March 2010)

    Coldplay's Viva La Vida tour continued through Latin America last night, as they played at the Parque Simon Bolivar, Bogota, Colombia. Coldplay once again played Shiver during the acoustic set. The new song written specifically for the Latin tour, called Don Quixote/Spanish Rain was played once again. Cemeteries of London and Billie Jean was dropped from the setlist.


    Some sets of excellent photos of the show can be found via here (via Flickr), Thanks to everyone who has contributed on the forums, wiki and twitters, we'll have more on this show over the next few hours/days!


    [discussion] [photos] [videos] [wiki reviews/setlist] (updated over the next 24-48 hours)




    Life In Technicolor

    Violet Hill


    In My Place

    Glass Of Water



    Fix You

    Strawberry Swing

    God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (partial rechno remix)

    Talk (partial techno remix)

    The Hardest Part (Chris solo piano)

    Postcards From Far Away (Chris solo piano)

    Viva La Vida


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    Death Will Never Conquer (acoustic - sung by Will)

    Don Quixote/Spanish Rain new81.gif

    Viva La Vida (remix interlude)



    Lovers In Japan

    Death And All His Friends


    The Scientist

    Life in Technicolor ii

    The Escapist (outro)


    Photo by ivandgaona


    So sorry we couldn't update.. Neither of our phones were working the show was spectacular. Before the show there was soo much chaos tho. We're currently at McD's and haven't been able to get on a computer but I promise to type in a good review afterwards. Oh we talked to Bash, Andy and Wayne who were really really nice and we got guitar pics. I'll be back tomorrow to update. Love ya guys! [thanks Aleluvscp]


    More than 32 thousand persons participated in the concert of the British alternative rock band Coldplay in the Simon Bolívar Square of Bogotá the night of March 4. Buenas noches parceros! was the greeting of vocalist Chris Martin, and it was enough to gain the appreciation of their Colombian fans. The Londoners created an alternative rock band in 1997 made by Chris Martin, the lead vocals, keyboards and guitar; Jonny Buckland, the lead guitar; Guy Berryman, the bas guitar and Will Champion, drums, backing vocals and other instruments. They became popular in Colombia with albums like Viva la Vida (Long Life Live) or Death and All His Friends of 2008, a production of Brian Eno. other is LeftRightLeftRightLeft, a collection of their live concerts in already 25 countries. It was the first time that the popular band performs in Colombia and the night was a success either for the British artists or for the big group of fans that follows the lyrics of songs like Viva la Vida when Martin signs I hear Jerusalem bells a ringing, Roman Calvary choirs are singing, Be a mirror, my sword and shield, My missionaries in a foreign field… The visitors were accompanied by the Paisa rock band Estados Alterados that made also a great night of acclamations and the also British Bat For Lashes (her real name is Natasha Khan, 29 years old), who debuted in Colombia with her album Two Suns (2006). [via: colombiapassport.com]


    More on this concert including reviews, videos, pictures and tweets here onwards.















    Photos by ivandgaona


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