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    • Fontaines D.C.

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      Arena Wien, Vienna, Austria

      13 August 2024 (Tuesday) 19:00

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    • Coldplay

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      Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Austria

      21 August 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.

      674 tickets left

    • Coldplay

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      Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Austria

      22 August 2024 (Thursday) 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.

      588 tickets left

    • Coldplay

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      Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Austria

      24 August 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.

      894 tickets left

    • Coldplay

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      Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Austria

      25 August 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.

      720 tickets left

    • Jordan Rakei

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      Arena Wien, Vienna, Austria

      10 September 2024 (Tuesday) 20:00

      13 tickets left

    • Russ

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      Gasometers of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

      18 September 2024 (Wednesday) 20:00

      18 tickets left

    • AURORA

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      Planet.tt Bank Austria Halle im Gasometer, Vienna, Austria

      20 September 2024 (Friday) 20:00

      Aurora Aksnes, known mononymously as Aurora (stylised as AURORA), is a Norwegian singer-songwriter and producer. Her debut EP Running with the Wolves was released through Decca Records in May 2015, receiving widespread approval from online music blogs and national press.

      Later the same year she provided the backing track for the John Lewis Christmas advert, singing a cover of the Oasis song "Half the World Away". This cover appears as a bonus track on the deluxe version of her debut studio album, All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend, which was released worldwide on 11 March 2016.

       

      Aurora's music is characterized by a dreamy, emotional and sophisticated pop, but still very catchy and direct; in the instrumental sections there are electronic, orchestral and folk elements. She has sometimes been compared to Susanne Sundfør, Emilíana Torrini, Florence and the Machine, Eivør, Kate Bush, Lana Del Rey, Lorde and Björk.

      15 tickets left

    • Jonas Brothers

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      Wiener Stadthalle - Halle D, Vienna, Austria

      22 September 2024 (Sunday) 20:00

      The Jonas Brothers are an American pop rock band formed in 2005. The group gained popularity mostly from their appearances on the Disney Channel television network.

      They consist of three brothers: Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas. Raised in Wyckoff, New Jersey, the Jonas Brothers moved to Little Falls, New Jersey in 2005, where they wrote their first record that made its Hollywood Recordsrelease. In the summer of 2008, they starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Camp Rock and its sequel, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. They also starred as Kevin, Joe, and Nick Lucas, the band Lucas in their own Disney Channel series Jonas, which was rebranded as Jonas L.A. after the first season and cancelled after the second. The band released four albums: It's About Time (2006), Jonas Brothers (2007), A Little Bit Longer (2008), and Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009).

       

      In 2008, the group was nominated for the Best New Artist award at the 51st Grammy Awards and won the award for Breakthrough Artist at the American Music Awards. As of May 2009, before the release of Lines, Vines and Trying Times, they had sold over eight million albums worldwide. After a hiatus during 2010 and 2011 to pursue solo-projects, the group reconciled in 2012 to record a new album, which was cancelled following their break-up on October 29, 2013.

       

      They have sold over 17 million albums worldwide. Six years following their split, the group reunited with the release of "Sucker" on March 1, 2019. The song became the 34th song in history to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and became the Jonas Brothers' first number one single on the chart. 

      83 tickets left

    • The Teskey Brothers

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      Arena Wien Open Air, Vienna, Austria

      22 September 2024 (Sunday) 19:30

      18 tickets left