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Coldplay brings out Stormzy to perform ‘Blinded By Your Grace Pt. 1’ at their final Wembley show

Coldplay finished their six-night residency at Wembley Stadium last night (August 21) by bringing in Stormzy to perform ‘Blinded By Your Grace Pt. 1’ to do – see pictures below.

During the band’s concerts at the London venue this month, they were joined by many special guests including Natalie Imbruglia, Craig David, Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge and many more.

All performances took place on the venue’s C stage, at the back of the stadium, and at Sunday night’s concert they completed the sixth part of their seven-part show by hosting Stormzy for a version of their 2018 hit.

As with all special guests during the concert series, Coldplay and their guest were joined by Jacob Collier on piano and pedal guitarist Nicole Lawrence.

See pictures of the performance below.

During their residency, the group featured Shaznay Lewis to cover two All Saints songs, and at the August 16 concert they were joined by Natalie Imbruglia, who paid tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John by covering “Summer Nights” with the group. They also produced Imbruglia’s 1997 hit “Torn”.

Meanwhile, Coldplay also welcomed Craig David, who performed his songs “Live In The Moment”, “Fill Me In” and “7 Days” at each of the first two concerts at Wembley Stadium. Other guests included pianist Victoria Canal and Steve Coogan in his role as Alan Partridge, who performed with Collier’s 1976 ABBA hit “Knowing Me, Knowing You” and Kate Bush’s new song “Running Up That Hill.”

This morning (August 22), following the climax of their Wembley residency, Coldplay announced new UK and European dates in the summer of 2023 for their “Music Of The Spheres” world tour.

The band has been touring the world since spring, and the tour behind their 2021 album has now been extended into next year. During the months of May, June and July next year, the band will be playing in Portugal, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands, among other countries, with two new dates in the UK in Manchester and Cardiff.

Check out the new dates below. Tickets for the concerts go on sale at 10am local time on Thursday, August 25, and you can get yours here.

MAY 2023

17 – Coimbra, Coimbra City Stadium

24 – Barcelona, ​​Luís Companys Olympic Stadium

25 – Barcelona, ​​Olympic Stadium Lluis Companys

31 – Manchester, Etihad Stadium

JUNE 2023

1 – Manchester, Etihad Stadium

6 – Cardiff, Principality Stadium

21 – Naples, Diego Armando Maradona Stadium

25 – Milan, San Siro

26 – Milan, San Siro

JULY 2023

1 – Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund

5 – Copenhagen, Parkin

6 – Copenhagen, Parkin

8 – Gothenburg, Ullevi

9 – Gothenburg, Ullevi

15 – Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff Arena

16 – Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff Arena

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