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    The Oracle on Charity Wristbands Endorsed by Coldplay

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    March 2, 2009 - submitted by Emma, Australia

    Q. There was a sign at the Perth Coldplay concert directing people to a website where you can buy charity wristbands from Africa. I think Chris was wearing the same ones during the concert. What the heck was the name of this website?? love something-or-other??

    The Oracle replies:

    It's Made With Love in Brazil, part of Made With Love, "a non-profit global initiative dedicated to raising funds and awareness for NGOs* aiding women and children in need through the production and sale of fair trade indigenous products". In case you're wondering, NGOs are non-governmental organizations.

    March 2, 2009 - submitted by dylan, United Kingdom

    Q. Dearest Oracle, I was just wondering who Roadie 42 was, and also what roadie means? (does it mean traveller?) thanks alot, Dylan

    The Oracle replies:

    No, roadie doesn't mean traveller. It's a term used for the crew who are on the road (hence the name) with a band. 'On the road' means on tour by the way. Roadie #42's true identity will not be disclosed I'm afraid.


    March 2, 2009 - submitted by Sonia, Spain

    Q. Dear Oracle, Why the underage people are not allowed to assist to a concert of your band, Coldplay taking into account that we are the ones who buy your records the most? Is there any gig of you that we can go to? If so, please reply me telling me when and where because I'm 18 in December and I'm going to London this summer and I won't be able to get into one of your concerts because of my age. Thanks in advantage for your answer. I hope you tell Chris and the guys. Sonia xx

    The Oracle replies:

    It's not the band's rules, different venues have different restrictions and Wembley just happen to have an "All children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult" policy. It's probably a safety issue given the size. There doesn't seem to be the same age restrictions for the Glasgow & Manchester shows if that helps?



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