14 September 2012 - Red Bull Arena, Leipzig, Germany
- Mylo Xyloto
- Hurts Like Heaven
- In My Place
- Major Minus
- Lovers In Japan
- The Scientist
- Violet Hill
- God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
- Princess Of China
- Up In Flames
- Warning Sign
- Don't Let It Break Your Heart
- Viva La Vida
- Charlie Brown
- Us Against The World
- Speed Of Sound
- Singing In The Rain/Fix You
- Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall
Photos from this show can be found at Coldplaying.com in the Gallery thread for Leipzig. http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/gallery/showgallery.php/cat/1985
Videos from this show can be found in the first post of the Coldplaying forum live thread for this show at http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/showthread.php?t=90994
All post-show discussion for this show at the forum thread http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/showthread.php?t=90994
All fan reviews have been submitted to us by the members of Coldplaying.com, unless stated otherwise.
My best friend, her mother and I arrived at Leipzig the day before so that we could get all prepared for the gig and find the right way to the stadium (it was only about 2 and a half kilometres away, but we didn't know that). The next day was freaking great, the sky was blue, the sun was hot, and the wind was cold, so we didn't sweat. Sweet! So Julia and I got our stuff (I got this really fancy fanny back lol), took out our Leipzig map and started walking to stadium at 10am. Julia's mother got a seating ticket so she would come to the stadium later that day. We knew we could go a little bit later to this CP concert because we've been told that the people in Leipzig aren't as concert-crazy as other certain fans (*coughPariscough*).
Then we went along a big street, totally fangirling around with our tshirts on and everything, people gave us some crazy looks already haha, and out of nowhere one of these big black BEAT THE STREET tourbusses drove past us. We got a little heart-attack and thought that maybe some of Coldplay's lovely roadies were in there. We watched closely where the tourbus was going, and it was exactly the direction we were heading for, so we kinda jogged/walked after it because we were absolutely HYPER! After another 10 minutes we arrived at a nice park and saw the stadium.
Well we thought we saw it, then realised it was rather small for an epic band like Coldplay, but there wwas a bunch of said tourbusses so we looked a little bit closer. Turned out that they were just parking there and nothing else. After pondering a while about where the stadium could be, Julia went like „OMG look over there!!“ and we saw behind a freaking forest or something. That thing was HUGE. We knew that this white arc was from the stadium so we finally got our answer where it was hiding! Our fangirling started again and we continued our retarding dancing/jogging/whatever walking towards the stadium. Oh and have I mentioned that people thought we were crazy? In the distance we noticed an advertising column, ran towards it because our inner fangirls told us that there might be something Coldplay related on it. And right we were! After another 10 minutes we finally saw the whole stadium, along with lots of Coldplay advertising posters on lamp posts and trees. YAY finally! Letting our excitement out by running like maniacs, we flew over the crapload of stairs straight to the entrance of the building. And there were already people queing, but only five, so it was all cool
Then one of the security guys told us that there's only one entrance for ALL the standing area ticket holders and we got a little bit nervous about that, because that meant that like half of the concert goers had to squish through this entrance... oh well, better get in the first line then! So we sat down, enjoyed this beautiful weather and waited. And after 5 minutes I was bored and talked to other fans Julia and I met the awesome Joana, who came all the way from Poland just to see the band. And this poor soul was sick and she was fearing she wouldn't survive until Coldplay would play. We assured her that we would drag her to the front if we had to, so her panic went away a little. Coldplayers unite dudes! And I brought out my little music cube again and made everyone force to listen to the Coldplay discography on max volume I think they didn't mind though.. Then Julia, Joana and I decided that a little walk around the stadium wouldn't hurt so we got up and inspected the place a little. Since we didn't have anything intelligent to do we took photos of Coldplay flyers and information panels, and tour busses. Some of the roadies (?) gave us some veeery eerie looks...
Later we met the amazingly crazy Chris from Switzerland who followed the band through whole Europe tour (this was his 24th concert)!! You all should know him by his fantastic Chris Martin's style jacket and the elephant head from the paradise video he brings to every gig. He even had his own fanclub already because so many people saw him at the other concerts, and there were like 5 people posing with him and taking pictures. Cool dude! THANK YOU CHRIS!! That thing was hot though lol.
ANYWAYS, the day went on and the excitement and nervousness grew, but it wasn't even half as bad as it was in Cologne. Actually we were rather surprised that there were only around 30 people at 2:30pm During that time I got bored again and walked around a bit, because it was possible as I wasn't squished by pushing fans from behind in the cue like in Cologne.
Suddenly it was 4pm and people were standing and pushing a little. The secritiy guys started forming a little group and went to the 7 metal entrances in front of us with scanners in their hands and packages of xylobands behind them. We all got our stuff ready, but wouldn't the gates open at 5pm and not like, NOW?? The security people didn't have a clue either after asking them, and one of them even said „Well I wouldn't mind let you in now“ Well okay then We continued standing for another 15 minutes when suddenly all the security men turned around to us, opened the metal gates and yelled „Gates are open!“ Now let the pushin' begin! Chris the epic elephant hat fan was standing right in front of me, so I was second in the line, hooray! Julia was standing behind me (I think) and told me I should run and safe her a place. And then the scanners didn't work properly I freaked out and looked to my left and right side to check if I was the only fool standing there with a shivering hand, holding up my ticket and wishing for the fucking scanner to work. Fortunately nobody was let through since all the scanners didn't work. 10 seconds later that felt like 10 days they finally started beeping and the security guy waved Chris through to another security man behind the metal gates. I was closely behind, held my ticket in front of the scanner, stared at it until it beeped too and went to the next man who checked my fanny pack for anything that might be dangerous. I was standing there like a freaking ferret on speed, I just wanted to run til my legs would catch fire!! But since you get killed by these security guys for even THINKING about running I walked to another security woman who gave me a xyloband, yelled „THANKS“ into her face and started walking a little bit faster towards the entrance. Some other fans and I checked our surroundings, found no evil security guy around and started running like SPAZZ. It didn't help that the tunnel to the inside of the stadium was descending so everyone got faster and faster and we couldn't even stop anymore We all flew through a line of confused security men who fortunately were too surprised to stop us, and then the MX stage was in sight aaahh!! Then when our group of 20 lucky runners thought we'd finally hug the front barrier, we got told at a little gap at the general standing area barriers on the left side that we need bracelets first on the RIGHT side and shall come back to them when we got them. We were like „You fucking kiddin ME!?“ but ran anyway to __ONE__ guy that had a bunch of yellow bracelets in his hands. After he saw our growing group of fans running like rabid infected wolves towards him he looked a little bit overhelmed. We all shoved our arms into his face and were like „HURRY UP DUDE“ when one of the security guys from the left side was screaming to us „Screw that, come back over here, you don't need them!“
So we ran back to the left side again and all showed our tickets and squeezed us through and finally, FINALLY ran towards the lovely stage. I threw myself against the left side of the MX stage and just collapsed there and waited for Julia to arrive. She quickly did, so did all the other fans I've met so far. Hooray! Now it was time to chill and calm down, since it was only 4:10 pm or something. I talked to some people on my right side, and they circled some places on our Leipzig map that we should visit on our next day. Awesome people!
The day went on, we passed the time by talking to all the fans around us, until Charlie XCX came on stage. The bass was too loud again, but I start to believe it's supposed to be that loud Well her shoes were impressing, her music not really.
Oh well After her Marina and the Diamonds went on stage. I thought she awesome, and so did the rest of the few thousand people in the stadium! Everybody cheered at her much more than in Cologne the last time, and she even took her shoes of and told us that she only does that when she enjoys the gig and never did it before, hahaha! She left with thanking us again and we all got excited for Coldplay. Then all the roadies came to the stage and starting pulling out the MX instruments from beneath the black drapes. A while later only a few roadies were left, then no one. And then one roadie with a little girl by his side walked slowly over the MX stage. My god that was so cute! Everybody around me was AWWWWing and giggling and pointing at the girl, that looked absolutely terrified by all the people around here. Fair enough. Then the roadie (her dad? Uncle?) made the crowd cheer at the and of the MX stage and took a picture of the girl and the crowd behind. CUTENESS OVERLOAD.
Miller came on stage later on and did the panorama shot. We got our HAPPY BIRTHDAY JONNY poster out and hoped it would be visible. I still haven't seen Miller's photo lol, I hope it looks okay... Oh and there was also a little gap between the black drapes that covered the MX stage. I let out my inner creeper and took pictures of it and tried to get a good look what was going on behind the stage.
So the roadies went away, and 99 Problems started playing. Party time everyone!! We rapped along the song, then it got dark. Back to the future theme and finally COLDPLAY BIATCHES!
Well, I just realised this review is rather long by now Okay um, I'll pick out the most awesome parts of the concert and write them down in a list: - Chris ran past us at some song before IMP, and saw our banner. Since it wasn't for him but for Jonny, we hadn't pulled it up all the way so as he was running back to the main stage, he bent down a little and gave us a puzzling look and pointed at the banner. Julia lifted it a little bit too fast so it was all in my face SUFHSDKLFH and she later told me, because I didn't SEE A SINGLE FUCK THAT MOMENT /rage, that Chris smiled and put his hand quickly over his heart and ran off. I so need a video of that - During IMP we screamed our lungs out to get Jonny's attention when he started walking down the MX stage, and he saw the banner and smiled even longer at us than last time in Cologne HOLY SHIT my fangirl heart I think he thinks I'm a freak because I started jumping like a lunatic when he looked at me - Chris looked at us AGAIN when he sang ETIAW, well he just stared at Julia and me for 2 seconds when he was standing exactly in front of us on the MX stage /fangirl
OKAY so what else could I say? Warning Sign was breathtakingly beautiful, Chris's guitar in the beginning of GPASUYF didn't work and he apologized quite a lot to us (), he said a few sentences in German *MELT* and he was all over Guy again and hugging him, giving him high fives and smiles, Chris/Jonny moments at the end of IMP where Julia was freaking out because she thought they were going to kiss , I got confetti in my mouth 3 times and one time in my eye. And then it started to rain towards the end of the gig and Chris mentioned a few time in the lyrics. He also sang Singing in the Rain. And then after that Clocks came on, and when the green and yellow laser beams hit the raindrops it looked like there were crystals floating above us, freaking unreal!
The concert went over in what felt like a heart beat, as it always does, but it was so, so wonderful. Meeting all the sweet people, the wonderful concert, the glorious stage effects, lights, confetti and balloons.
Then we all got out, took the tram and went to the trainstation that was PACKED with Coldplayers. They were everywhere, on the street, in the shops, around me, it was fantastic tihih
Hah, good times. Can't wait to see the band on the next tour. [thanks Twisted Mind]
Yet again, when it rains it pours for me here in Germany; I get a bit of a cold that turns into a sinus infection with an ear infection, a fever and the makings on bronchitis. Not to mention, whenever I start to get bronchitis I somehow manage to create spinal blockage. Sounds horrible right? Ach, it sucks.
ANYWAY, I bought Coldplay tickets many, many weeks ago and I was so over the moon. I’ve always wanted to see Coldplay, and each time I had the chance I chickened out because no one would go with me. Little known fact about me: I have an anxiety problem in crowds. Sure no one feels incredibly comfortable in crowds, except to say that I start having a difficult time breathing, I feel suffocated, insecure, anxious, paranoid…. just terrible. But if I really want to see something, I try to overcome this and now that I have the G-Man with me, I can do this while wrapped in his arms, creating an anxiety-free cocoon. Well maybe not anxiety-free but manageable. So this is how it goes; I’m sick and anxious and surrounded by no-boundries Germans. I say this because Germans get all up in your space and they won’t apologize, say excuse-me, they just do whatever the hell they want. Ask any expat about this, and they’ll agree. Germans do not care that you are standing there, they will cut you, push you aside as if you don’t exist. And Leipzig, East Germany, not very pretty with Germans that speak in a really funny accent was no different. This did not have the makings of the best concert for me.
However, it was the very best concert I’ve ever been to in my life. It was stunning, and although the Germans did aggravate me I overcame it once Coldplay came out.
First let me say this; Coldplay doesn’t just give you a performance, they give you an experience. They make you feel special. You get these light up wristbands, so colorful and cool, they have fireworks and clouds of confetti floating down on you, and splattered painted beach balls, and they prove how talented they are live. This made me forget about how sick I was at that moment, I was that engrossed. It was romantic and fun, beautiful and unforgettable. So after all my griping about being ill and wah wah wah, I had the best experience ever. I got so wrapped up I missed taking pictures, but I did capture just 2. Now I’ll certainly have to see them again so I can relive the splendor.
Thanks Coldplay for everything! You are truly the best!! And to anyone reading this, go see them. You will not regret it, even if the next day you cannot function with a high fever, body aches and loud coughing that disturbs your neighbors. Worth it! [thanks Ellie] http://elliegoestogermany.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/leipzig-and-coldplay-concert/
Well, it has been an eventful few days. I had plans to travel to Leipzig, Germany this weekend to see Coldplay. Everything was underway but my train got in a serious accident. I won't go into the gory details but it was really sad. It really put a damper on my mood and added a 2+ hour delay to my travel time. But, after that fiasco, I managed to make it to Coldplay and the concert was still incredible. I had checked the weather a few days in advance to make sure it wasn't going to rain since the concert was in an open arena, but randomly it turned COLD and I had not packed appropriately. Just as I had hoped, they played almost all of my favorite older songs, including Fix You, In My Place, Yellow, Speed of Sound, and X&Y. It was quite a show: they had confetti, gave everyone light up bracelets, shot off fireworks from stage, and these huge blow up statues popped up around the crowd. Being from Nashville, I've been to my fair share of concerts. But I was nervous, going to a concert alone. I ended up, however, having a fabulous time and really enjoying the beautiful music of Coldplay. [thanks Laura Grace] http://lauragracecarroll.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/coldplay-and-colder-weather.html
This year on my birthday I got the best gift that you can be allowed to have: a ticket to the Coldplay concert in Leipzig. For weeks I was always bright-eyed in front of the TV, watching the commercials of the tour, interviews and live performances .. but that I would get the gift cards, I would have never thought. On Friday right after school we went so go: In the car were once all albums by mitgegrölt heard and the songs. We slept at a friend and then went by tram to the Redbullarena. Then we climbed even out at the wrong stop, but we just followed the crowd and stood up once before Redbullarena (in reality it is quite small, on TV she always looks so great: D). A support act had already begun to play when we arrived, but it was not that bad. The band "Blackmail" consisted of a front woman rumsprang hysterically all the time on stage and bellowed unintelligible stuff: D Then "Marina The Diamonds" came out and I can only say that this woman and the band are really super cute. She can sing really great and it is one of the best singers I could hear her singing ever. I really have respect for this small, stunningly beautiful woman ♥ Then, only dark firstonce - for about an hour and then it started. Confetti, balloons, laser show, fireworks in rainbow colors, glowing bracelets that we received at the input, favorite songs, and everyone was singing along just simply the best band in the world. I cried every time I applauded the hell out of them and hoped that it will never be over. But unfortunately it went and I went with my sister and brother in law on the tram back to our friend and smiled myself to sleep ... [thanks objektivleben] http://objektivleben.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/coldplay-in-concert-leipzig-red-bull.html
I never good but can be tested on awesome show. Indeed, it was fucking awesome. Chris Martin is a great entertainer (Quote: "Excuse me for speaking English, but speaking German all the time is fucking shit."). The show had all: ballads, massive sing-alongs, a surprising appearance on the other end of the arena, amonst the people there and, the most marvelous thing: The wristbands. We got them at the entrance and later in the show they shone and blinked, controlled by some technician They also did two encores - yeah, I have to notice that. Depeche Mode spoiled me, so I am a dissappionted but by the fact that we were at home at midnight So, the show was a bit too short. But that's not bad. I even needed a break to breathe after some songs, just because it was so thrilling to sing and dance and be a part of a crowd, to be one voice. That's what I love about concerts: Singing along and feeling the crowd. Coldplay played every song that is important to me: "Paradise", of course, "Violet Hill", "The Scientist" and "Fix You". But they played so songs that are not that known, Which I really appreciate. On the way back, in the tram, the driver had to brake really hard because a car cut the right of way. After the tram stood still, and we all had gasped, the driver said deadpan: "Well at least nobody could've fallen over. The tram is crowded enough. " Now I like Coldplay even more. And on the next tour we will definitely be attending. Promised. [thanks bouquinesse] http://bouquinesse.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/sparks/
LVZ (translated by nancyk58): Leipzig. This music knows no ifs and no buts, no somehow, no both-and. What Chris Martin, guitarist Jonny Buckland, drummer Will Champion and Guy Berryman on bass do onstage, that does not aim at the head, carries no message other than itself, but it pierces your heart. There, where the pain is sweet, when, as in most Coldplay songs, there is still an opening, out in the open arms of the great love: "Oh, you use your heart as a weapon - and that hurts like heaven”, sings Chris Martin in "Hurts Like Heaven" from their latest album" Mylo Xyloto ", a word which according to the band is not meant to mean anything.
It is the first song of a concert that had begun early in the evening with Charli XCX and Marina and the Diamonds. Now it is 21:10 (9:10pm central European time), darkgray hour. A stadium is reset, nothing, Mylo Xyloto. A recorded version of the title track of the science-fiction film series „Back to the Future" is played, what probably unintentionally alludes to the production pomp of the past two Coldplay albums (meaning that these 2 albums are overproduced). But that does not interest anyone this evening when the light goes out and 4 very nice, likeable young men come on stage.
But what does stage mean here? It is a type of fantasy land with fluorescent mats behind the stage, five round screens, lasers that in thin beams cut through the night, giant balls and light, light, light. Almost everyone in the audience is lit that night what is caused by flashing wristbands that are triggered via radio and that you received at the entrance. Ten thousand fireflies are swaying to the beat. Even at the stadium roof colorful dots are flickering back and forth.
Already when the first song starts, firework is shot in the air, confetti is blown out of several cannons in the wind. Chris Martin is running, romping, bouncing like a puppy on the ramp/runway that extends far into the sea of arms and lights. When singing the second song, "In My Place", he's already sweating, he lies down on his back and enjoys the cheers. He says a few German words: "It is a honour to be here," he shouts in German with accent. And: "German is too fucking hard for me all the time." Never mind, Chris! [http://www.lvz-online.de/kultur/news/coldplay-verzaubern-leipzig--40000-zuschauer-in-der-red-bull-arena/r-news-a-155202.html
Shitesite.de (translated by nancyk58): "Full Plastic". These words are suggested by the correction and supplement programme if I want to type "Coldplay" in my phone. The software could not be more wrong. Coldplay are not plastic. Coldplay are wood and earth, sweat and tears. They are authentic, pure and true/genuine, even as stadium rockers. The show at the Red Bull Arena Leipzig leaves no doubt about it.
The quartet delivers a massive spectacle and all the well-known stadium tricks from the "Ohoho" choruses over the salute to the fans in the back and a bit of pandering to the local patriots (the encouragement to "make some motherfucking Leipzig noise" is the most amazing example of this) up to a part of the concert that is played in the middle of the audience. There are sayings that you have heard a hundred times. "It is an honor to be here," says singer Chris Martin, and the cute German of this linnet sounds just like that of boxing champion Vitali Klitschko. Everything about this show is perfect, and yet nothing is clinical. In Leipzig Coldplay have managed not only to impress their fans, but also to touch them. And they do not act like four people who pursue their careers here as every evening. They are a band.
After little more than 100 minutes, the people in the audience clap, Coldplay take a bow and shine. But also in between they whisper to each other, exchange instruments and are relaxed as they gloss over small mistakes at the beginning of God Put A Smile Upon My Face, and when Chris Martin (who at the end of the song throws the guitar in the air) even briefly forgets the lyrics. The reason is not hard to guess: Joy at what they do.
This is also supported by the spontaneity, for which there is room even in the midst of this mega-effort/show. The divine Yellow gets a very lovely/sexy intro messed up by Chris Martin, more or less improvised by Chris Martin on piano and sung in a deep voice. Later, he includes a Justin Bieber quote, and when it starts to rain at the end of the show, he quickly starts to sing and play “Singing In The Rain” - and the fans are happy to join him in singing it.
Leipzig is not a very good place for Coldplay. When I would see them in December 2000 at the Rolling Stone Roadshow in Haus Auensee, there was hanging a note at the door: „Coldplay will not be playing. Due to illness.” Keith Caputo could play for twice as long time what was of course in no way a compensation. Even for the band this day was a bust, has drummer Will Champion told the newspaper die Leipziger Volkszeitung in an interview. „We were very young, on the road with a lot of people on the bus. We were tired, sick, we had a difficult time as a band.“ Coldplay decided to cancel all concerts –that has probably saved the band. „This tour, this cancelled show in Leipzig was a wake-up call for us: You cannot expect to get to the top straight away, you have to work hard for it. To come to Leipzig again also means finally bringing that spirit from back then back into the bottle”, said Champion.
At first Coldplay let out a lot. At the first song Hurts Like Heaven there is fireworks, then comes In My Place – and a shower of paper confetti in the form of the letters that combined constitute the words Mylo Xyloto. It is a breathtaking, unsurpassable opener. Coldplay are to play the best show that the fans have ever seen, Chris Martin then announced - and already after these two songs the audience felt that the band had already fulfilled that promise. When then two songs later, a few dozen giant balloons rained down on the audience, the spectacle is perfect. 
You can think of Coldplay, what you want. You can label the British band as a radio popband. You do not have to love the sentimentality on which their songs are based unconditionally/absolutely. But you cannot blame them of being bad band live. Friday, 14 September around 23:00 o’clock. A huge crowd pushes through a tunnel out of the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig. Out of nowhere, suddenly an impressive choir can be heard singing "Viva La Vida". In no time, this choir is spreading in the tunnel, nearly all people are singing along. It is for me a proof that I am not the only one who was highly impressed with this concert. But first things first.
One thing first: I like Coldplay, but I am not a huge fan. The impressive show that Coldplay rendered at the closing ceremony of the Paralympic Games last Sunday at London's Olympic Stadium caused me to make an effort to get hold of a ticket. Since I found all offers on the Internet too vague in terms of timely delivery of the tickets, it is soon clear to me that I will do my best to get hold of a ticket in front of the stadium. Nothing is easier than that, because at every street corner there are people who want to get rid of tickets for the concert. Eventually, I have to pay / shell out € 55 for my ticket - a good price for a standing place considering the pre-sale price of little less than € 75.
Direct at the entrance, a wristband with a rather clunky box (clunky = clumsy in style) is handed out to each concert-goer. If I had not previously read any reports of past concerts, I would have been stunned and not know what this was all about. The first impression upon entering the stadium is impressive. In front of me is a stage with no less than five LED screens. The seating area behind the stage is provided with a gigantic cloth on which city names are listed with neon colours - presumably the tour stops so far. It starts on time at 19:00 o‘clock with Charlie XCX. What the meaning is of letting such an "artist" play as a Coldplay support act is a mystery to me. Inappropriate and unnecessary. And given the lack of public reaction I seem to be not the only one with this opinion. The situation is similar with the second support act Marina & The Diamonds. Because let's face it: Who needs a cheap Katy Perry look-alike as the opening act for Coldplay? Right! Nobody. After all, Marina can resort to a few radio hits, which the audience rewarded with applause. Nevertheless, at the end is only the realization that you could have spent these 30 minutes in a more meaningful way. With the straightening of bananas, for example... (more to follow) 
- @oxfamontour: The buses have rolled into Leipzig instagr.am/p/PhQfUpAkE1/
- @nilsfmueller: really nice weather for #coldplay here in #leipzig
- @coldplay: Times for tonight's show at Red Bull Stadium, Leipzig: 4pm Doors; 7pm @Charli_XCX, 7.45pm @MarinasDiamonds; 9pm Coldplay. A
- @nilsfmueller: Soundcheck right now... just heard the Gpasuyf riff #coldplay #leipzig
- @claraelizabeths: now we have to wait around for 2 hours...WORTH IT instagr.am/p/Pj0YQ6wNp_/
- @coldplay: No bus shelter for me tonight, the sun is shining and we're back in Leipzig!!! W pic.twitter.com/Ovbdr4KF
- @nilsfmueller: charli suxcx #coldplay #leipzig
- @charli_xcx: THANK YOU LEIPZIG <3 YOU WERE AMAZING!!! <3
- @Jomartin210: Gettin' ready for some Coldplay songs @ Red Bull Arena Leipzig instagr.am/p/PkPFyYt_sN/
- @RebeccaMaschke: The suspense is killing me!!! #Coldplay #Leipzig pic.twitter.com/Pr5JYbua
- @joschi_de: Awesome Show #coldplay #Leipzig
- @oxfamontour: The boys enter on the C stage as the rain starts to fall in #Leipzeg @coldplay twitpic.com/aul4zg
- @eigenartigewelt: Party Is Over #coldplayfilm #leipzig #concert #musicisthekeytovictory #stage @ Red Bull Arena instagr.am/p/Pkg5aVi6cn/
- @stefsojol: @coldplay this was amazing! #Coldplay #leipzig
- @Aw_janoskians: @coldplay your concert here in Leipzig was incredible amazing and awesome and.. just everything <3 thank you for everything <3
- @nilsfmueller: amazing show!!! rain started on cstage and we got Singing in the rain :-) pic.twitter.com/OnBH0ROj
- @Sina317: It was an amazing night. Speachless... @coldplay live in Leipzig.
- @lovelymslovato: @coldplay what a great show tonight in Leipzig!! Really amazing and breathtaking! Thanks guys!
- @Goldchen84: @coldplay you are the greatest...a wonderful concert in leipzig!!!
- @ninaBEP: @coldplay What an unbelievable night in Leipzig. Thank you so much for the best night of my life guys, you're absolutely amazing <3
- @Konni: That was really awesome, @Coldplay. One of the best concerts I've ever been to. #leipzig #coldplayfilm
- @coldplay: Here's the pre-show crowd panorama from Leipzig on Friday night (get the hi-res version at cldp.ly/leippano). A pic.twitter.com/EEqBZ8Vy