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    • Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band

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      Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland

      12 July 2024 (Friday) 19:00

      Bruce Springsteen Discography:

      Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. (1973)
      The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle (1973)
      Born to Run (1975)
      Darkness on the Edge of Town (1978)
      The River (1980)
      Nebraska (1982)
      Born in the U.S.A. (1984)
      Tunnel of Love (1987)
      Human Touch (1992)
      Lucky Town (1992)
      The Ghost of Tom Joad (1995)
      The Rising (2002)
      Devils & Dust (2005)
      We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions (2006)
      Magic (2007)
      Working on a Dream (2009)
      Wrecking Ball (2012)
      High Hopes (2014)
      Western Stars (2019)
      Letter to You (2020)

      136 tickets left

    • Jacob Collier

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      Musiikkitalo, Helsinki, Finland

      24 July 2024 (Wednesday) 20:00

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    • Coldplay

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      Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland

      27 July 2024 (Saturday) 17:00

      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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      Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland

      28 July 2024 (Sunday) 17:00

      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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      Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland

      30 July 2024 (Tuesday) 17:00

      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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      Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland

      31 July 2024 (Wednesday) 17:00

      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.

      181 tickets left

    • Flow Festival: 3 Day Pass

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      Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland

      09 August 2024 (Friday) 16:00

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    • Flow Festival: Friday

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      Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland

      09 August 2024 (Friday) 16:00

      Halsey has quickly become the voice of many young women across the world with her soul-touching lyrics and beautiful vocals. She’s quickly made a name for herself as a singer, through both collaborations with prominent figures and her own hard work. Part of what makes fans love her so much is her struggle before her fame with music.

      Her dedication to her field is evident through her amazing concerts. Speaking of concerts, Halsey has not yet released any dates for concerts in 2019. The shows she had scheduled for 2018 were a complete success and now fan eagerly await news on the upcoming year.

       

      Halsey Background

      Halsey’s real name is Ashley Nicolette Frangipane and she was born in Edison, New Jersey. Halsey had a troubled childhood, constantly moving and subject to unsafe situations. But she turned to poetry and music as an escape. As fate would have it, she met a producer at a party and collaborated with him on a song, which was later uploaded to her SoundCloud account. This caught the eye of several recording companies, but Halsey decided to go with Astralwerks because they gave her more creative freedom.

      During this time, Halsey collaborated with others, such as The Kooks, and performing the opening act for Imagine Dragons. She also worked with The Chainsmokers on their hit “Closer” during this time and was launched into musical fame from there.

       

      Halsey’s Greatest Hits

      Fans are drawn to Halsey’s unique voice and the amount of raw motion and passion she puts into her singing. Some of her best songs include “Not Afraid Anymore,” which appeared in the movie Fifty Shades Darker. Her song, “Bad at Love,” quickly reached number five on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and “Him and I” got up to number 14. “Eastside” and “Without Me” are also a few of her best pieces.

       

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    • Flow Festival: Sunday

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      Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland

      11 August 2024 (Sunday) 16:00

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    • Pixies

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      Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland

      13 August 2024 (Tuesday) 19:00

      Pixies Discography:

      Surfer Rosa (1988)
      Doolittle (1989)
      Bossanova (1990)
      Trompe le Monde (1991)
      Indie Cindy (2014)
      Head Carrier (2016)
      Beneath the Eyrie (2019)

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