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    • Coldplay

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      Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary

      16 June 2024 (Sunday) 20:00

      Coldplay, a renowned British rock band, was formed in London in 1997. The lineup includes Chris Martin as the vocalist and pianist, Jonny Buckland as the lead guitarist, Guy Berryman as the bassist, Will Champion as the drummer and percussionist, and Phil Harvey as their manager. Celebrated for their live performances, Coldplay has significantly influenced popular culture with their music, advocacy, and numerous achievements.
      The band members initially met at University College London, where they first called themselves Big Fat Noises, then Starfish, before finally adopting the name Coldplay. They released their first EP, "Safety," independently in 1998 and subsequently signed with Parlophone in 1999, leading to the release of their debut album, "Parachutes," in 2000. The album featured the hit single "Yellow," which propelled them to fame, earning a Brit Award for British Album of the Year and a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. Their second album, "A Rush of Blood to the Head" (2002), also received similar accolades. "X&Y" (2005), considered by the band as the final part of a trilogy, was nominated for Best Rock Album, followed by "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends" (2008), which won the award. Both albums topped charts in over 30 countries, with "Viva la Vida" becoming the first British act's single to simultaneously lead the Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart in the 21st century.
      Coldplay continued to diversify their musical style with subsequent albums such as "Mylo Xyloto" (2011), "Ghost Stories" (2014), "A Head Full of Dreams" (2015), "Everyday Life" (2019), and "Music of the Spheres" (2021), incorporating elements of electronica, R&B, ambient, disco, funk, gospel, blues, and progressive rock. The band is also known for their philanthropic efforts, donating 10% of their profits to charity and supporting various humanitarian causes. In 2018, they released a career-spanning film directed by Mat Whitecross to mark their 20th anniversary.
      With over 100 million albums sold globally, Coldplay ranks among the best-selling music acts of all time. Fuse lists them as the sixth-most awarded group in history, holding the record for the most Brit Award wins by a band. They have three albums among the 50 best-selling in the UK and hold the record for the most number-one albums without missing the top spot (nine). Their song "My Universe" was the first by a British group to debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Additionally, Coldplay has two of the 15 highest-grossing tours ever. The British Phonographic Industry regards them as one of the most influential and pioneering artists globally. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame features their album "A Rush of Blood to the Head" in the 200 Definitive Albums list and the song "Yellow" in the Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll exhibit. In 2023, Time recognized Coldplay as among the leading figures in climate action. Despite their widespread popularity and numerous accolades, the band remains a polarizing presence in the music world.

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    • Coldplay

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      Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary

      18 June 2024 (Tuesday) 20:00

      Coldplay, a renowned British rock band, was formed in London in 1997. The lineup includes Chris Martin as the vocalist and pianist, Jonny Buckland as the lead guitarist, Guy Berryman as the bassist, Will Champion as the drummer and percussionist, and Phil Harvey as their manager. Celebrated for their live performances, Coldplay has significantly influenced popular culture with their music, advocacy, and numerous achievements.
      The band members initially met at University College London, where they first called themselves Big Fat Noises, then Starfish, before finally adopting the name Coldplay. They released their first EP, "Safety," independently in 1998 and subsequently signed with Parlophone in 1999, leading to the release of their debut album, "Parachutes," in 2000. The album featured the hit single "Yellow," which propelled them to fame, earning a Brit Award for British Album of the Year and a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. Their second album, "A Rush of Blood to the Head" (2002), also received similar accolades. "X&Y" (2005), considered by the band as the final part of a trilogy, was nominated for Best Rock Album, followed by "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends" (2008), which won the award. Both albums topped charts in over 30 countries, with "Viva la Vida" becoming the first British act's single to simultaneously lead the Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart in the 21st century.
      Coldplay continued to diversify their musical style with subsequent albums such as "Mylo Xyloto" (2011), "Ghost Stories" (2014), "A Head Full of Dreams" (2015), "Everyday Life" (2019), and "Music of the Spheres" (2021), incorporating elements of electronica, R&B, ambient, disco, funk, gospel, blues, and progressive rock. The band is also known for their philanthropic efforts, donating 10% of their profits to charity and supporting various humanitarian causes. In 2018, they released a career-spanning film directed by Mat Whitecross to mark their 20th anniversary.
      With over 100 million albums sold globally, Coldplay ranks among the best-selling music acts of all time. Fuse lists them as the sixth-most awarded group in history, holding the record for the most Brit Award wins by a band. They have three albums among the 50 best-selling in the UK and hold the record for the most number-one albums without missing the top spot (nine). Their song "My Universe" was the first by a British group to debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Additionally, Coldplay has two of the 15 highest-grossing tours ever. The British Phonographic Industry regards them as one of the most influential and pioneering artists globally. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame features their album "A Rush of Blood to the Head" in the 200 Definitive Albums list and the song "Yellow" in the Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll exhibit. In 2023, Time recognized Coldplay as among the leading figures in climate action. Despite their widespread popularity and numerous accolades, the band remains a polarizing presence in the music world.

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    • Coldplay

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      Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary

      19 June 2024 (Wednesday) 20:00

      Coldplay, a renowned British rock band, was formed in London in 1997. The lineup includes Chris Martin as the vocalist and pianist, Jonny Buckland as the lead guitarist, Guy Berryman as the bassist, Will Champion as the drummer and percussionist, and Phil Harvey as their manager. Celebrated for their live performances, Coldplay has significantly influenced popular culture with their music, advocacy, and numerous achievements.
      The band members initially met at University College London, where they first called themselves Big Fat Noises, then Starfish, before finally adopting the name Coldplay. They released their first EP, "Safety," independently in 1998 and subsequently signed with Parlophone in 1999, leading to the release of their debut album, "Parachutes," in 2000. The album featured the hit single "Yellow," which propelled them to fame, earning a Brit Award for British Album of the Year and a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. Their second album, "A Rush of Blood to the Head" (2002), also received similar accolades. "X&Y" (2005), considered by the band as the final part of a trilogy, was nominated for Best Rock Album, followed by "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends" (2008), which won the award. Both albums topped charts in over 30 countries, with "Viva la Vida" becoming the first British act's single to simultaneously lead the Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart in the 21st century.
      Coldplay continued to diversify their musical style with subsequent albums such as "Mylo Xyloto" (2011), "Ghost Stories" (2014), "A Head Full of Dreams" (2015), "Everyday Life" (2019), and "Music of the Spheres" (2021), incorporating elements of electronica, R&B, ambient, disco, funk, gospel, blues, and progressive rock. The band is also known for their philanthropic efforts, donating 10% of their profits to charity and supporting various humanitarian causes. In 2018, they released a career-spanning film directed by Mat Whitecross to mark their 20th anniversary.
      With over 100 million albums sold globally, Coldplay ranks among the best-selling music acts of all time. Fuse lists them as the sixth-most awarded group in history, holding the record for the most Brit Award wins by a band. They have three albums among the 50 best-selling in the UK and hold the record for the most number-one albums without missing the top spot (nine). Their song "My Universe" was the first by a British group to debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Additionally, Coldplay has two of the 15 highest-grossing tours ever. The British Phonographic Industry regards them as one of the most influential and pioneering artists globally. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame features their album "A Rush of Blood to the Head" in the 200 Definitive Albums list and the song "Yellow" in the Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll exhibit. In 2023, Time recognized Coldplay as among the leading figures in climate action. Despite their widespread popularity and numerous accolades, the band remains a polarizing presence in the music world.

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    • Rod Stewart

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      The MVM Dome, Budapest, Hungary

      22 June 2024 (Saturday) 20:00

      Rod Stewart is an English singer and songwriter from London. His work is ranked as some of the best of all time, being one of the best-selling artists there is. Rod Stewart has even been knighted in the 2016 Birthday Honors in England. His raspy singing voice has left a mark of his own on the culture of English music, as well as cultures from surrounding countries.

       

      Fans of Stewart can see him perform live in 2019. His first date is on May 3rd in Berlin, Germany. After visits to several cities across Europe, including Hamburg, Zurich, Amsterdam, Bristol, Paris, New Castle Upon Tyne, and Liverpool, his last date is on December 19th in his home city of London, England.

       

      Rod Stewart Background

       

      Sir Roderick David Stewart was born in 1945 in Highgate, London, England. Like many English children, he was interested in football, or soccer, as a child. He wanted to become a professional player, so much so that that’s all he focused on until he was 15-years old. When he tried out for professional teams, however, he didn’t receive a response, and turned to the only other thing he knew how to do, singing.

       

      He played with several bands during his youth and took up the nickname, Rod the Mod. He ultimately pursued a solo career, and his album known as, Every Picture Tells a Story, became a US and UK hit simultaneously. From there, his career really picked up, and his music started to be heard across radio stations around the UK.

       

      Rod Stewart’s Greatest Hits

       

      Rod Stewart has been likened to the popularity of David Bowie in his time, so he definitely has many great hits to his name. Some of his most popular songs are “Reason to Believe”, “You Wear it Well”, “You’re in My Heart", “Love” and “Have I Told You Lately”.

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    • Scorpions

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      Papp László Budapest Sportaréna (Budapest Arena), Budapest, Hungary

      29 June 2024 (Saturday) 20:00

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    • Take That

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      Budapest Park, Budapest, Hungary

      03 July 2024 (Wednesday) 20:00

       

      Take That Tour Schedule

       

      Take That is an English pop group that was popular in the 90s, had a comeback in 2005, and still on the music scene. They’re based in Manchester, England and incorporate both music and dance into their art. Part of the reason why they’re so popular is because of their unique take on pop rock. Their addition of dance into the mix also makes them a favorite for fans around the world. Their live performances are especially successful and are always sold out.

       

      Take That plans to bring in the warmer weather with some great live shows, starting in London on March 28th. They continue moving throughout Europe in places like Cardiff, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Hamburg. The final date they currently have selected is June 25th in Frankfurt, Germany.

       

      Take That Background

       

      Take That is currently made up of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald. The group was originally brought together through the mind process of Nigel Martin-Smith, who wanted to create a teen band that could appeal to all age groups. He met Barlow at a local pub and was impressed by his songwriting skills. He decided to create a band that would best fit and further Barlow’s abilities, so through auditions he found the rest of the crew. They travelled through England doing small gigs to build up their fan base and eventually had a breakthrough with their cover of a popular song. They then released their album, Everything Changes, and were met with success immediately.

       

      Take That’s Greatest Hits

       

      Take That has a large number of singles and albums that have topped several charts over the years. A few of their most impressive musical pieces are “Pray”, “Back for Good”, “Patience”, “Shine”, “Kidz”, and “These Days”. They won the GQ Men of the Year’s Award for Best Band and also picked up the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.

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    • Five Finger Death Punch

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      Papp László Budapest Sportaréna (Budapest Arena), Budapest, Hungary

      09 July 2024 (Tuesday) 20:00

       

      Five Finger Death Punch, shortened to Five Finger or Death Punch (abbreviated as 5FDP or FFDP), is an American heavy metal band from Las Vegas, Nevada.

       

      The band was formed in 2005, and it's name comes from KungFu cinema. 5FDP originally consisted of vocalist Ivan Moody, guitarist Zoltan Bathory, guitarist Caleb Andrew Bingham, bassist Matt Snell, and drummer Jeremy Spencer.

       

      The band is the recipients of the RadioContraband Rock Radio Awards for "Indie Artist of the Year" in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. 5FDP were also honored with the Radio Contraband Rock Radio Award for Album (American Capitalist) and Song of the Year ("Coming Down") in 2012 and "Video of the Year" for "Wrong Side of Heaven" in 2014.

       

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    • Lenny Kravitz

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      Papp László Budapest Sportaréna (Budapest Arena), Budapest, Hungary

      30 July 2024 (Tuesday) 19:00

       

      Lenny Kravitz Tour Schedule

       

      Lenny Kravitz is a Bahamian American singer. His musical and lyrical style is described as retro and includes many different influences like psychedelic, reggae, jazz, funk, soul, and R&B. From the beginning of his career, Kravitz’s work has garnered lots of praise and attention for being unique, yet like a classic. His ingenuity in his craft is shows through his many awards, not to mention his millions of fans.

       

      Kravitz kept his fans in mind when he decided his 2019 tour dates. He’s set to visit several cities, starting with Lodz, Poland on May 8th. After spending some time performing in places like Lyon, Horsen, and Brussels, Kravitz’s last stop is in London, Great Britain on June 11th. Kravitz has some plans in the works about performing at the Hello Festival in Emmen, Netherlands, but the time and date have yet to be set. Keep yourself updated with Lenny Kravitz to catch tickets as they become available.

       

      Lenny Kravitz Background

       

      Leonard Albert Kravitz, or Lenny Kravitz, was born in 1964 in New York. Kravitz grew up loving music, his goal being to become a musician. His parents were both supportive of this passion and took him to see different shows. Kravitz’s main influences on music during this time was what he saw around him: jazz, opera, classical, blues, and gospel.

       

      When he grew up, Kravitz wanted to make his own music, but record companies told him he didn’t fit into the box of being “white enough”, nor did his music seem “black enough.” He decided to produce it on his own, and eventually started working with Stephen Smith to get signed with Virgin records. His debut album was a hit overseas and brought the attention of record labels and fans alike.

       

      Lenny Kravitz’s Greatest Hits

       

      Kravitz’s music appeals to many people across the board. Some of his best songs are “Again”, “Dig In”, “Are You Gonna Go My Way?” and “Low”.

       

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    • Sziget Festival: 6 Day Pass

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      Obudai Island, Budapest, Hungary

      07 August 2024 (Wednesday) 20:00

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    • Sziget Festival: Sunday

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      Obudai Island, Budapest, Hungary

      11 August 2024 (Sunday) 12:00

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