1 August 2012 - Palace Of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI, USA
- 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
- Fix You
- Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall
Photos from this show can be found at Coldplaying.com in the Gallery thread for Auburn Hills. http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/gallery/showgallery.php/cat/1972
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=91834
All post-show discussion for this show at the forum thread http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/showthread.php?t=91834
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WOW!!! Such an awesome time guys. I took my brother in law and best friend who are casual friends and they ended up leaving with that look of what did we just witness. The Xylobands were just amazing. This was my first time experiencing them and pictures and videos truly do not do it justice. The setlist was back to usual with Warning Sign back. Some tidbits: Highlights for me were any song with Xylobands, Fix You..just seeing peoples reaction to this song is tremendous. Yellow again was dedicated to Aurora. Chris made a little mistake on Paradise. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face is so awesome. Will had a birthday cake! The concert just seemed to fly by though! Marina and the Diamonds weren't bad. Primadonna is a catchy song for sure. Sorry I am just rambling. It's 3 AM and I am still on cloud 9. All my pictures and videos were taken with my iPhone. May try tomorrow to post them here.
Tried to meet them after but they left right away. Overall, I thought the crowd was awesome. Not a lot showed up for the openers so I was worried at first. Some people in my section 228 were sitting all show and that was annoying, but overall very excited crowd. Chris kissed the floor in the end. Again, such a tremendous band we love. I hope one day I can meet them face to face and tell them how much of an impact they have had on my life. I will be going to Tuesdays show in Chicago. If you haven't gone to a concert yet this tour, GO! [thanks viva4life]
Sooo.. I'm layin here in bed... watching my wrist band give off an AMAZING flashing pink light show from across the room... its pretty crazy... I'll post pix tomorrow. Is anyone else having this happen? just curious. What a show!!!! [thanks Jamesanthony1979]
It's so amazing how Coldplay brings together people of all ages. Last night I got seats next to an older man, probably 48 or so, with a huge beer belly! And I thought before it started that he was going to just stand there and get it the way of me dancing. And while he didn't dance, he did bounce a little and fist pumped a bit and held his hands up to be a part of the Xylobands. He even sang along to the chorus of Paradise. And I just think that's so amazing. I saw a woman who had to be like... 70 years old, 4th row, making her way down all of those stairs, just to see Coldplay. How amazing! [thanks SoothMeWithMusic]
Home after the Detroit show, my 5th and last planned for this tour. I must say I've got a newfound respect for the boys; I am utterly exhausted whereas they just keep going and going and going. Pix will come a bit later but I just wanted to say a few words about the experience. One of the first highlights was meeting fellow Coldplayers. This is always such a delight! To finally put a face and a personality to a screen name is a fun experience and Ariel, Clinton, and others helped to set the stage for the show. The friend I brought to the show had never been to a Coldplay gig before and was amazed by how we all clicked from the very first moment. Why not? We have this remarkable band at the heart of our friendship!
My friend and I found that our seats were in the section right next to the C stage, merely feet away! Now, on this tour I've been up front, up high, and now just right to get a look at our band up close and they did not disappoint. It was such a pleasure to sing "Happy Birthday" to Will (my second time - got to do it on his actual b-day in 2009, in Toronto) and actually see the look of delight on his face. He was really touched and the smiles on Chris, Jonny, and Guy's faces reflected their affection for him.
This is not a cookie-cutter show, although we anticipated (and received) the speech about the best (bleeping) audience and the best (bleeping) concert, the thanks for the aggravation of going to a concert, and the occasional mess-up. It was the nuances that made the show, and one of the nuances was the audience. The Detroit audience was fabulous, into it right from the beginning and staying with it throughout the show. It's funny that after multiple shows I was feeling PROUD of the band, looking around to see the reactions to the wristbands and the confetti and the sheer spectacle of it all. It was a hoot to watch my friend experience it all for the first time, see him whirl around with a look of astonishment on his face, asking me "WHAT WAS THE NAME OF THAT SONG???" at several points. But it was when the band slowed it down that their ability really showed. Chris's voice was great and the tenacity of the band proved itself as they leaned into the songs. At the end my friend summed it up: "I was impressed."
During this tour I've found certain songs touch my emotions (even after years of listening to them). In the Washington show it was "Yellow", in the Toronto shows it was "DLIBYH", and last night it was "The Scientist." I don't know whether it was the audience's reaction, the band's stellar performance, or the space my head is in at the moment, but the music and the lyrics resonated with me and have done so throughout my journey home today. "Nobody said it was easy" but Coldplay does everything they can to make it easy to love them. And I do. [thanks JillyBlue]
So I went to the Coldplay show last night, and it was incredible. Hands-down the best concert I’ve ever been to. I had floor seats, and I was sort of in the back. Chris called out several times that “We’re gonna give Detroit the best fucking show ever!” He changed the lyrics in one of the songs (I can’t remember) to, “A wednesday night in Detroit,”
During “God Put a Smile on Your Face”, Chris chucked his guitar thirty feet into the air and caught it. During ”Paradise”, Chris skipped a few beats in the song, then called out, “See, this is all live!” During “The Scientist”, Chris said we should all go on tour with them. sign me up. After the show “ended”, all hell broke loose when they appeared in the crowd, on one of the stairways in the aisle, with a piano and guitars. We all sand Happy Birthday to Will, who looked really really happy.
THEN, THEN They ran down the aisle and down the aisle for the floor, and they were inches away from me. We had seats 3 and 4, and we were pressed up against the rope that security had put up to keep us from mobbing them. They all ran by, CHRIS FUCKING MARTIN HIGH-FIVED MY HAND, and I got it all on film (which i shall be posting momentarily). It was the best night of my life, even though now I feel like I was hit by a bus, and I’m still partially deaf. 
Last night after the concert, my friend and I went to the bus area to try to catch a glimpse of Coldplay. We both knew it wasn’t going to happen because Coldplay is such a popular band but I really wanted to. When else am I going to get the chance to see Coldplay up close. There were a couple of other people waiting. We started talking to the security guard and a guy with a British accent came up to us. He asked if we enjoyed the show. We told him it was awesome and then he placed a guitar pick in my hand. I told him thank you so much and he walked back to the buses. I wish I could of talked to him more. It was someone from the Coldplay crew because he had a walkie talkie and those things in his ear. I didn’t believe at first it was from Chris or Jonny but its pretty beat up. It has scratches on it and the Y is coming off a bit. Getting a guitar pick totally makes up for the horrible seats. 
So Coldplay rundown - We got there long before the concert started but got comfortable in our seats and were all excited. Emeli Sande came on and she is amazing. I hadn’t heard of her until recently (or Marina…I know blasphemy) but I don’t listen to a lot of Britpop in general. But Emeli…what a voice!!!! She has an amazing voice. It was so beautiful. Marina came on and she made me smile. I LOVE HER LYRICS! They are so catchy AND cute. Then came the big moment. I saw a few of the bracelets flash before they came on and I saw what they looked like for the first time. Then the stage was all glowy and such and they came out….IT WAS AWESOME!!!! 
At 7:30am, I awoke from my paradise dreams in excitement for Coldplay's Auburn Hills concert tonight. I covered myself in paint, with a black equals sign and my custom made Mylo Xyloto inspired shorts and shirt, my poster, Lovers In Japan parasol and a bag of chocolate and made the 160 mile journey to Auburn Hills, MI. As soon as I pulled into the parking I could feel them and excitement.. my boys were in the house and I still felt so honred to be there. I was surrounded by Coldplay brothers and sisters, they were all family and I absolutely loved the feeling, it was beautiful. A lot of people had fan-made shirts, were so cool to see. I had the honor of meeting two amazing Colplayers, Clinton and Jill. All three of us were speaking the Coldplay language, all I could do was just smile the whole time. Jill is officially my 'Coldplayer Mother' now, she was amazing, it was our very first time meeting last night, I was so happy to see her, I ran up to her and hugged her, almost crying.
After the two opening acts were done, you could tell a lot of people were inpatiently waiting for Coldplay to come on, the excitement was building fast, I had to prepair for what was coming... I met another Coldplayer because I had recognized her shirt from the thread and what were the chanced that she was sitting two rows in the front of me, she was incredibly nice... I wish I knew her name, if your reading this I wish I had gotten your name dear.. I loved your shirt, you did an incredible job. As soon as Jay-Z's '99 Problems' started playing some people were getting up and dancing to get warmed up, everybody knows thats song before they come on stage.
Then... Lights go down... oh man, oh my, I lost a bucket of tears, because that Back to The Future theme started playing and I fet like I was going to faint. I saw my lovelies come on stage and I was stunned to see them, it was like I completely surprised to see them as if I didn't even know they were going to be there. When the beautiful instrumental Mylo Xyloto started playing and all the Xylobands lite up, that was a moment I had been looking foreward to for months.. words cannot even describe.. the feeling, the atmosphere, of it all, as soon as everyone's xylobands lite up I was hit with overwhelming joy, I couldn't stop smiling, words are not enough to even try to describe the feeling, you had to be there. When the band broke into singing Hurts Like Heaven and I heard Chris singing live for the first time ever, I lost it...truly spectacular.. brillant opening, it was going to a never ending night of smiles and free-spirited dancing while being serenated by the band's incredible words, colors and atmosphere.
In My Place just sweept me off my feet, I was pretty much in awe the whole time..throwing my hands in the air and having the confettii shower all over you, it was like being at the end of a rainbow or dancing in the rain..seriously... how does Coldpaly give you this feeling..? Listen to the words, feel the music in your soul, you will be scared for life once you hear Coldplay. Major Minus lite up the room in bright red colors..along with some sexy dances moves from the audience, its impressive lyrics and melody had everybody jumping, it was like being inside a human heart and seeing what it takes to bring happiness to the mind.
Lovers In Japan was aboslutely, just so stunning...large round, graffitti ballons fell from the ceiling during the chours and more confetti was shooted out at the end just like the music video. This was one song you can count on to look foreward to, any song of the Viva La Vida album is bound to blow you away and make you fly inside your mind... it serenates your soul and leaves you breathless, that's exactly how I felt while they were singing it and after it was over.. during the lovely outro I had to get my painted parasol out and jump around with it opened up like Chris did during the Viva La Vida tour. I absolutely love to death the feelings that Coldplay's music can give you.. shivers, goosbumps, breathless, leaving you stunned, feeling different, a calming sensation, it takes your imagination on a never ending journey..you can't just not smile whle listening to the Viva La Vida album. The outro of Lovers In Japan, I just felt like the only person in the room, jumping in circles, dancing like theres no tomorrow with my parasol held high and confettii flying everywhere.... when you get deep into the music your in a whole other world, you don't care about what other people think of you...that's something Coldplay's music gives you.
If Chris Martin's soft, soothing voice with a piano melody of 'Yellow' doesn't make you cry or atleast smile then you'll be missing out on a love song unlike anyother and its not just for married couple or boyfriends and girlfriends, no this is a song for anybody you love.. its a declairation of love. The piano, the lights, it just made you want to slow dance and you couldn't but think about those people that you love in life. Yellow was an absolute masterpiece, they made you feel like you were sitting in a rocket ship floating through outterspace and all the stars were your friends and family, shining bright in your heart.
'The Scientist' was a favorite of mine last night, it always sounds so incredibly amazing live. It can be a tearjerker but once you hear the crowd sing 'Nobody said it was easy... no one ever said it would be this hard.. oh take me back to the start.", you just want to smile. They were so gentle with the song, you just couldn't help but having this feeling of worry leaving you and any kind of fear about life that's controlling your mind, it was just lifted off your shoulders... everybody was pretty much singing their worry and fears away in that moment.
One thing I truly admired about the concert was that it was 100% crowd interactive. They had a very very beautiful and intimate acoustic performance at the end of the catwalk with all four of them being there, it made all the more better. Singing Up In Flames and Warning Sign was a delightful treat, hearing people sing-a-long with no cares in the world or no worried, the faces of the people as they watched and listened to the words that is the soundtrack of planet Earth... words can't descibe it, you had to be there...it might as well of been a poertry club with candles lite, singing along to every song with your closest friends and family because that's the best way to describe it.
I had my 'moment' when those viollins started playing for Viva La Vida... and I just want to say that after everything I went through at work and at home, making what was suppose to be a three hour drive and ended up being a four hour drive to get to the Palace of Auburn Hills because of heavy traffic and trying to stay awake for three hours drivng back home, alone in the dark was WORTH IT. This is the number one song I had been looking foreward to, to hear live for so long... Viva La Vida. I felt overwhelmed and wanted to cry at the sametime... hearing everbody sing those "Ohh oh oh oh oh ohs'..." was literally one of the most beautiful and best sounds and feelings ever... that completely overwhelmed me, I could barely hold back the tears of joy... and the middle part of the song when the big "Ohh oh wo oh oh ohs.." were being sung loudly and everybody singing at the top of their lungs, words cannot even begin to describe that moment, that was the one moment I had been waiting months for. Those 20 seconds of the BEST mouth dropping, tearjerking of the most beautiful, heart warming melody, dancing and sing-along ever. I felt like the only person in the room again... danced my heart out like there was no tomorrow and felt the music all over me, completely taking over my body and my soul... did I mention I LOVE, love, love the feelings that Coldplay's music gives you.
Charlie Brown was the ultimate house party/rave/live life to the fullest moment part of the show.. everybody was worry free in that moment.. jumping, jumping and more jumping, sing our hearts out. It's one of those things you have to see to believe that music can heal and music can change your heart. Paradise, wheew.. oh my, another song I had been looking foreward to.. my summer anthem. One thing that Coldplay's music has taught is to not care about what other people tihnk of you and to express yourself the way you want.. you have the freedom of expression. I toke that message and put into the true meaning when I danced like I never danced before and again smiling unconditionally.. .it was an unbelievable performance.
For their first encore, Chris, Guy, Will and Jonny made their way out onto the C-Stage located in the back of the arena right in the crowd, it makes me so happy that Coldplay loves making their fans apart of the show and making them feel so special..especially with the Xylobands. One of the best acosutic performances of the night was on C-Stage when they sang Speed of Sound, that was absoutely brilliant, any song from the X&Y album that is sung in acoustic, I can sure promise you that it will make you cry or atleast make you tear up a little. Then after singing Us Against the World, Chris had the Oxfan crew bring out a birthday cake for Mr. Will Champion, who celebrated his birthday the day before and Chris had everyone sing Happy Birthday to Will! That was adorable because Chris had to ask Will which key it was in.
After running through the crowd and making their way back on stage, they immediately went into 'Clocks', which I must say is one the most serenating Coldplay songs ever.. oh my, that song gives you the chills.I mean, seriously... really.. my goodness.. what did we do to deserve Coldplay?
When the organ chourds for Fix You started playing, I immediately felt really really sad. It was bad, I did not want this to end.. not yet. When Chris hit those notes.. "When you try your best but you don't succeed.." Ijust lost it... completely lost it, I already knew and predicited that I would lose a bucket of tears, I don't know if they were tears of joy or sadness because I wanted to be happy and sad at the same time. I called my very great Coldplayer friend from Italy, Francessca Biscardi to listen to Fix You over the phone, I know its her favorite and she deserved that. I was just shaking my head the whole time and really wanted to hug someone.. Fix You is an absoulute charm, masterpiece, a beautiful and brilliant work of art, a sunset after a perfect day, a hope for tomorrow.. all you could do in that performance was either smile or cry.. they get very into the music and singing and it makes it more special, more intimate and more lovable..
To end the unforgettable night was the canvas painting of Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall... one last jumping and dancing free for all for all the lovely brothers and sisters of Coldplay. That was a special moment, it was end and barely anybody was interested in taking pictures.. you would get so caught up in the moment that all you could do is jump, dance, sing-along and smile like theres no tomorrow... I collected handfulls of confettii afterwards, asked for a setlist at the sound booth, but they had already given it away... that's okay though. It was worth the trip and heavy traffic to see my lovelies. Four years and seven of being a fan, it was more than worth the wait to see them live for the first time. I really do feel so changed on the inside... it made me so happy to be surrounded by my Coldplay family. It was a very special and touching night for me..there will always be a place for Coldplay in my heart. Their truly my cup of tea.. [thanks technicolor_birds1935]
Detroit News: Fans entering Coldplay's concert Wednesday at the Palace of Auburn Hills were given wristbands and were told to put them on, as they would be a part of the show. Were they ever. After the arena went dark and the band hit the stage -- to the theme from "Back to the Future," no less -- the wristbands switched on and lit up the arena in a sea of blues, greens, yellows, reds and whites, blinking in sync and turning the audience of 17,000 into a gorgeous electric rainbow.
Coldplay, for all the knocks against the band, has always been a dynamic arena act, pushing the boundaries of production to create a top-notch live show. The wristband trick is the group's greatest feat yet, and feels like a game-changer for live music. It is one of the largest steps ever taken to personalize the arena experience, literally making fans a part of the show.
But Coldplay wasn't done playing with the crowd, not by a long shot. During the second song, the live staple "In My Place," the band played amid a blizzard of confetti, a concert gag that is usually saved for the final song of the evening. They did it less than 10 minutes into the show, just because they can. Then during "Lovers in Japan," which came four songs into the band's 20-song, 95-minute set, oversized balloons dropped from the ceiling onto the crowd, who batted them around like beach balls.
What was next, free cars for everyone in attendance? Hardly. With those stunts out of their system, the four-piece spent the bulk of the show settled into a comfortable groove, working through its sizable catalog of hits like a working band. "Yellow," the band's first hit, was given new life by drummer Will Champion's pounding rhythm, and "God Put a Smile Upon Your Face" felt revitalized as well, the band lending it a new energy thanks to frontman Chris Martin's passionate delivery. Martin is the key to so much of Coldplay's success because he's an excellent, energetic frontman, but he never comes across as a superhero or bigger than life. Moreso, he just seems like a guy who really likes his job and is really good at it, and he makes you believe in the band's music. Coldplay has plenty of heart, and he is the heart of Coldplay.
The band played a mini-set of three songs at the end of the stage's large catwalk, and later ventured into the crowd for a two-song set in one of the lower-level suites. By the time closer "Every Teardrop is a Waterfall" came around, the wristbands were blinking again -- they were used in a total of five songs during the show -- and Martin was kicking his feet through the layer of confetti that still covered the stage.
At the end of the show, Martin fell to his knees and kissed the stage after the band took a bow for the audience. It was a small moment in a concert filled with big, breathtaking moments, but it was a memorable one just the same. 
MLive: Disclaimer: This is entertainment reporter Eric Lacy’s fist concert review for Mlive Detroit, after a nine-year career at The Detroit News, where he dabbled in sports, copy editing and breaking news on the metro desk. This experience at The Palace of Auburn Hills, albeit a shockingly positive one, still doesn’t mean he’s ready to go see Nickelback, Creed or Smash Mouth. He’d make an exception for No Doubt - only if Bush was the opening act and Gwen Stefani did a dubstep remix of “Hollaback Girl” in a banana suit, accompanied by Korn and Skrillex.
AUBURN HILLS, MI - When a Palace of Auburn Hills employee handed me Wednesday night a pink wristband that had the words “Made in China” on it, I started to get doubts. This was, after all, a trip to go see Coldplay - with another man. And it already seemed a little strange. This is a concert you take a woman to. But since neither one of us have girlfriends, we scheduled a man-date. The good news about this event: Royal Oak resident Brian Wilson, my best fried since sixth grade, was a lock to have a good time because he’s a longtime Coldplay fan. Plus, he also got a pink wristband. I needed way more convincing that I was in the right place.
And surprisingly, I got it from these four British dudes who know how to make females swoon with their emotive lyrics. The night started with a lovely $10 meal (went went Dutch) at a Royal Oak Olga’s, and ended with me eagerly awaiting the next time this seven-time Grammy Award winning group returns to the D. It only took 14 years, but I know now why these guys are so popular. They are no longer considered by me the torturers of my soul, ones who made me depressed every time I heard them on the radio.
Eric LacyColdplay played The Palace at Auburn Hills on Aug. 1, 2012. They got some swag, an ability to show off some metal and a eclectic U2-like feel that boosts their international appeal. Plus, their innovative touch with those light up wristbands, including some in manly blue, turned The Palace into an eye-popping, fan-driven display of arena-rock electric hype in tones from all colors of the rainbow. Hell of a display. And those who saw it all, including myself, appeared to be drawn into the words and notes of Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin and his three mates: Johnny Buckland (lead guitar), Will Champion (drums) and Guy Berryman (bass). “Detroit!,’ Martin screamed before he addressed his bandmates. “It’s going to be a good one, boys.”
The more than 90-minute performance certainly was, and showed some Detroit-style grit from representatives of the United Kingdom who shockingly weren’t afraid to show force. “In return for being the best audience,” Martin yelled, “we’re going to play the best (bleeping) concert of your life!”
Martin certainly didn’t lack drive. He ended up wearing four different T-shirts throughout the night, likely because of perspiration from his often hyperactive stage presence. And it was the kind of approach that made fans scream for more, especially during Martin’s sweat-soaked version of “Yellow,” a signature track on the band’s first album, “Parachutes.”
As perspiration dripped from Martin’s chin and the side of his face, he bobbed his torso and legs back and forth at a piano. Then he quickly jumped to the guitar for what seemed like a harder than expected version of “Violet Hill.” At one point, during “Got Put A Smile Upon Your Face,” Martin threw one of his guitars about 30 feet in the air and caught it after admiring Buckland’s hypnotic heavy metal-style riffs.
What really reeled me in was the fact Coldplay enjoyed playing hard, with most of the slower, more melodramatic songs after the event’s first heart-bounding 40 minutes. But a lot of the same mellow tunes that often irked me when heard on the radio, didn’t seem too annoying Wednesday night since the intro was so fierce. Whether it was electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano or straight up singing, Martin and Co. clearly put in an honest night’s work. It was the type of performance that could’ve been considered live album material, at least from this concert reviewer novice’s perspective. And when Martin yelled, “If you see it then you’d understand,” during the band’s hit “Speed of Sound,” I couldn’t help but find a meaning to the phrase that suits me. At that moment, I finally fessed up to myself: “Ok Eric, Coldplay is actually good - really good.”
Yeah, these guys might have a feminine side to their choices of lyrics and brand - with all that gushy love and heartbreak stuff - but they can also let it rip, too. So I left The Palace with a new point of view, a new man. I finally get Coldplay; this ironically coming from the guy currently on page 144 of E.J. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Call it maturity, I guess, or the fact I finally know what good music sounds like. No matter what kind of phenomenon took over me the other night, I’ll never forget it. Paradise, indeed Mr. Martin. Glad I finally became a witness. 
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