Ticket Prices For Coldplay’s Malaysia Concert Are Out! Starts From RM228
The tickets for Coldplay: Music Of The Spheres World Tour – Live in Kuala Lumpur will go live on 16 May for CIMB bank cardholders and on 17 May for the public.
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Now that we know Coldplay is going to be gracing the stage in Kuala Lumpur this 22 November, we’re all desperately waiting for the ticket prices. Would the tickets start from affordable prices or expensive ones?
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Well, now we know! Live Nation Malaysia has finally updated their social media and here are the official prices of the tickets.
There are 7 categories of ticket prices ranging from RM228 to RM1,288. Then there are extra 3 VIP packages ranging from RM1,258 to RM3,088.
The details and seating map are as follows:
On 16 and 17 May, you can get the tickets at http://livenation.my, http://golive-asia.com, or the GoLive Ticketing App.
The CIMB Cardholder Exclusive Presale starts at 10 am – 11.59 pm on Tuesday, 16 May 2023.
For your information, one card is restricted to one transaction only and you can purchase only 4 tickets max in one transaction.
The General Sale will be available starting at 10 am on Wednesday, 17 May. The pre-queue system starts at 9 am so you gotta be ready!
For those VIP Kayangan peeps
Are you a big fan of Coldplay and want a special and spectacular experience? Worry not, they have VIP packages just for you!
There are three VIP packages ranging from the Ultimate Experience (RM3,088), My Universe (RM2,108) and Higher Power (RM1,258).
All three VIP packages have access to dedicated merch counters, specially designed coldplay gift items and a dedicated entrance to the venue so you don’t have to line up with the rest.
Take a look at the details of the packages here.
For more details and updates, follow the social media accounts of PR Worldwide, GoLive Asia or Live Nation Malaysia.
Some tips & references for seat choosing
For those still not familiar with Bukit Jalil National Stadium’s seating, you can try to browse for the seating view first on social media before deciding on buying which areas.
To do that, simply use the #coldplayinkl, #coldplayinmalaysia, and #stadiumbukitjalil hashtags or just write these keywords on Twitter or TikTok. There will be lots of videos and pictures of the seat view from various points of view of those who went to the previous Blackpink concert last March.
You might want to avoid seats with restricted views, such as those restricted by the fences.
On Twitter, you can also type those keywords and find out tweets with tips from previous concertgoers. One such example is this Twitter thread by @brgsjks.
Yang nak beli tiket Coldplay, tengok seat jugak. Elakkan dari beli:— brgsjks (@brgsjks) May 10, 2023
1. Cat 5 section 110
2. Section 207, row G no 37. Nanti dok kat tangga
3. Cat 4, 212, row W pun ada pagar.
4. Seat 213 Row Y
Mana mana yang rasa pernah experience seat ada pemandangan bermasalah, boleh roger.… pic.twitter.com/WGX6UmxktI
So what are you waiting for? Go and flatter those CIMB account holders and book those tickets before it’s too late! We need those cheap tickets!
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