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Chris Martin of Coldplay. Image by Ros O'Gorman.

Chris Martin of Coldplay. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

Coldplay Play Auckland SETLIST

by Paul Cashmere on November 11, 2012

in Live,News

Coldplay have reached the southern hemisphere and kicked off the first show for their Australia/New Zealand tour last night in Auckland.

Chris Martin of Coldplay. Image by Ros O'Gorman.

Chris Martin of Coldplay. Image by Ros O'Gorman.

The stadium show setlist was mainly showcasing the most recent Coldplay album ‘Mylo Xyloto’ with the only remnant left of the first album now being ‘Yellow’.

Rihanna also makes a guest appearance in the show, via video, to contribute vocals on ‘Princess of China’.

The setlist for Auckland November 10, 2012 was:

Back to the Future theme:
Mylo Xyloto (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Hurts Like Heaven (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
In My Place (from A Rush Of Blood To The Head, 2002)
Major Minus (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Lovers In Japan (from Viva La Vida Or Death and All His Friends, 2008)
The Scientist (from A Rush Of Blood To The Head, 2002)
Yellow (from Parachutes, 2000)
Violet Hill (from Viva La Vida Or Death and All His Friends, 2008)
God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (from A Rush Of Blood To The Head, 2002)

b-stage:
Princess of China (with Rihanna on video) (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Up In Flames (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Warning Sign (from A Rush Of Blood To The Head, 2002)

A Hopeful Transmission (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Don’t Let It Break Your Heart (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Viva La Vida (from Viva La Vida Or Death and All His Friends, 2008)
Charlie Brown (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Paradise (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)

Encore:
Us Against The World (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Speed of Sound (from X&Y, 2005)

Encore 2:
Clocks (from A Rush Of Blood To The Head, 2002)
Fix You (from X&Y, 2005)

MMIX (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)
Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011)

The Australian leg of the tour will get underway on Tuesday in Melbourne.

Dates, presented by Chugg Entertainment are:

November 13, Melbourne, Etihad Stadium
November 17 and 18, Sydney, Allianz Stadium
November 21, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium

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