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    Reports: Coldplay's Rock In Rio performance to be streamed live on YouTube

    festival.jpgThis year's Rock In Rio festival, which will take place between September 23rd and October 2nd in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will be streamed live via YouTube for fans outside of Brazil, according to reports on the messageboard today. (In Brazil, the transmission will be via MultishowHD and Globo.com).


    Coldplay's last concert of the 2011 Festival Tour will be on October 1st, and they headline Rock In Rio. Coldplay will start at 00:20h (local time (Brazil / GMT -3:00)). The stream of all days will start at: 7PM Buenos Aires (Coldplay 00:20AM); 5PM C. de Mexico (Coldplay 22:20PM); 6PM New York (Coldplay 23:20PM); 11PM London (Coldplay 04:20AM); 7AM Tokyo (Coldplay 12:20PM). The YouTube link to see the concert is: http://www.youtube.com/rockinrioeuvou

    Rock in Rio is a series of music festivals held in Brazil and later in Portugal and Spain.


    Three incarnations of the festival were in Rio de Janeiro, in 1985, 1991 and 2001, four in Lisbon, in 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010, and two in Madrid in 2008 and 2010. The shows were organized by Brazilian entrepreneur Roberto Medina. In 2011, Rock in Rio will take place in its original home, Rio de Janeiro.


    Rock in Rio has been the largest music festival in the world, with 1.5 million people in the first edition, 700,000 in the second, about 1.2 million in the third, and about 350,000 people in each of the 3 Lisbon editions.





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