Everyone is now aware that Coldplay is in fact performing in Mumbai, and no, it’s not in Mulund, like this hilarious Facebook page suggested, but in Bandra. To get passes though, people have to sign in to GlobalCitizen.in, complete a few tasks (all of them have something to do with social awareness), get points and find themselves eligible to be a part of a lucky draw. There was a more sure shot way of getting passes for the event, by paying for them through Book My Show. The tickets went live today and while some of my friends were lucky enough to buy them, many people were not. Here are some reactions from the Internet –
When buying tickets for Coldplay involves more luck than the draws from action journey.
— Devang Pathak (@DevangPat) September 15, 2016
— Radhika Tongar (@radhikatongar) September 15, 2016
— Neha Shetty (@neha_s12) September 15, 2016
— Ashwin Mushran (@ashwinmushran) September 15, 2016
— Nigel Britto (@NigelBritto) September 15, 2016
when you have a crush on the hottest boy in school pic.twitter.com/slps0q5JoG
— Nirali Shah (@nirali_ss) September 15, 2016
Thankfully, some people did manage to buy the tickets!
Coldplay tickets have been bought. I am so, so, so happy right now. ❤️
— Rashmi Daryanani (@tehrashminator) September 15, 2016
Spent 15 k and finally managed to buy the @coldplay concert tickets after such chaos! Bucket list’s number 1 wish is going to be ticked off.
— Swagata Dam (@SwagataDam) September 15, 2016
GUESS WHOS GOING TO WATCH #COLDPLAY LIVE IN NOVEMBER!!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!!!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH ❤️
— Amruta K (@LoveAmruta) September 15, 2016