The band Coldplay will play ten concerts in Buenos Aires between the end of October and the beginning of November – a new record. More than half a million tickets have been sold so far.

This has never happened before in Buenos Aires: The British rock band Coldplay has announced a tenth concert in Argentina’s capital in November as the conclusion of their world tour for the album “Music of the Spheres”.

“It’s incredible, we’re so grateful,” singer Chris Martin said in a video posted on Twitter, addressing Argentinian fans in English and Spanish.

With a tenth consecutive concert between late October and early November at River Plate’s El Monumental stadium, Coldplay will break the record set by Roger Waters, who performed there nine times with The Wall in 2012. According to the Argentine newspaper “La Nación”, 550,000 tickets have been sold to date for Coldplay’s concerts in Buenos Aires. The concert at “El Monumental” on November 8th is intended to conclude the band’s tour, which also includes concerts in Frankfurt and Berlin in July.