Delivering a high-energy 90-minute set to Justin Timberlake ROCKS Suprise Show In NYC [Video]” href=”http://artis-x.com/justin-timberlake-rocks-suprise-show-in-nyc-video/”>ROCKS OUT Manhattan Club … with Help Performs at Coachella [Video]” href=”http://artis-x.com/tupac-rises-from-the-dead-performs-at-coachella-video/”>from Oasis [VIDEO]” href=”http://artis-x.com/gerard-butler-rocks-out-manhattan-club-with-help-from-oasis-video/”>help kick off the 2011 Lollapalooza Music Festival, Coldplay took center stage at the annual concert extravaganza on Friday night (August 5).
Held at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois, Chris Martin joined bandmates Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion to churn out a performance that attendees will surely remember forever.
After getting the crown hyped up with Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” playing over the loud speakers, the English rockers delved into “MX” before transitioning into “Hurts Like Heaven” and “Yellow”.
Among the other songs on setlist were new tunes “Us Against The World” and “Charlie Brown” along with fan favorites such as “Clocks” and “In My Place”.
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With the nighttime concert competing with Matthew Bellamy’s band Muse – who performed on another stage – Martin told the frenzied audience during the course of the evening, “We know you had options [tonight] … and you picked the right one.”
Be sure to check out all of the action with numerous songs from Coldplay’s Lollapalooza performance available for viewing and listening pleasure in the player above!