Coldplay to play at 2016 Superbowl
British band Coldplay have been announced as the headline acts for the halftime show at 2016’s Superbowl L.
Reacting to the news, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin revealed in a video on Twitter that the band was so “excited, honored and thrilled” to play the halftime show.
“This is the greatest moment in our band’s life,” Martin said, adding that the band was “going to give it everything we have.”
Coldplay recently released their 7th studio album, A Head Full of Dreams, and there are already rumors that Beyonce, who collaborated with them on the album, will join them on stage.
The Superbowl is one the most watched sporting events in the USA, with over 110 million people watching the show and ad prices for 30-second slots going as high as $5 million.