Chris Martin, the lead vocalist for Coldplay, has been diagnosed with a “severe lung illness,” resulting in the cancellation of eight gigs in Rio de Janeiro and So Paulo, Brazil.
The band announced the postponement of its Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo gigs until early next year, writing that they are “optimistic” that Martin will recuperate during the vacation.
For their Music of the Spheres world tour, they were scheduled to make eight stops in Brazil between October 11 and October 22.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the band has decided to push back their forthcoming performances in Rio de Janeiro and So Paulo until early 2023.
Chris Martin Suffers from ‘Serious Lung Infection
“Chris Martin has been ordered by his doctor to relax for the next three weeks while he recovers from a severe lung illness.
We are working as quickly as possible to secure the alternative dates and will provide further details in the coming days.”
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We really regret any disappointment or difficulty this may cause, and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we put Chris’ health first during this difficult time.
Coldplay will continue their tour on October 25 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for a total of 10 gigs after their Brazilian dates.