Coldplay was announced as the opening act for this year’s Brit Awards-the band is set to play from the Thames.
Band holding the title of British‘The most nominated group (28 nods totaling 9 wins) will play the new single Higher Power from a pontoon near London’s O2 Arena where the ceremony is taking place.
The British Ceremony will be held on May 11th in front of an audience of 4,000, The UK’s first major indoor and face-to-face live music event in over a year As part of the government’s pilot program.
Approximately 2,500 of the space available for the show hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall goes to major workers in Greater London.
Audience members need to prove negative on the test COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) They will be tested before they arrive and after the event, providing test and trace details to build evidence of the safety of the indoor venue.
The 2021 award is the most diverse British in the history of the event, featuring more women than men who were first nominated for the album category.
Lipa, park, Celeste, Rap duo Young T & Bugsey and DJ / producer Joel Corry have won three awards, while Jessie Ware, dance music duo Bisp, and rappers AJ Tracey, J Hus and Headie One have each won two awards.
This year’s winners Two statuettes are presented instead of one, Stars are encouraged to share with someone important to them as a “kind act”.
Coldplay Opens Brit Awards for New Single Performance from Thames Platform | Ent & Arts News
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