Coldplay Concert In Malaysia Prohibits Attendees From Staying Overnight At The Venue

This applies to waiting inside or outside the venue, or in public spaces nearby.

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The organisers of the Coldplay concert, Live Nation Malaysia, have just announced that attendees are not allowed to wait for the band inside or outside the venue. This includes staying overnight before the concert.

"Waiting inside or outside the venue, or in public spaces nearby, chasing, or sitting on the streets nearby is not only dangerous to the artistes and the public but may also cause accidents or trouble involving the general public," reads the announcement.

"Parties involved must resolve any accidents or incidents caused by these actions," it added.

Should any accident or incident occur, neither the artistes, organisers, nor the venue will be held responsible. In the case of any malicious behaviour, the individuals involved will not be allowed to enter the venue and may be handed over to the police for prosecution.

Live Nation Malaysia also provided a list of items that will not be allowed into the performance venue

These include:
- outside food and beverages
- pets
- bags larger than A4 size
- umbrellas and laser pens
- professional photography and drones
- laptops and tablets
- ladders and folding chairs
- helmets
- alcohol
- cigarettes and e-cigarettes
- flammable items and fireworks
- tripods and selfie sticks
- weapons
- drugs
- banners larger than A4 size 

Regarding the banners, no political, LED, and Pride content is allowed.

On the day of the concert, the LRT Sri Petaling line's operating hours will be extended to 1am

The organisers also reminded LRT users to ensure that their Touch 'n Go cards have sufficient balance.

For those driving or getting dropped off, use the designated pick-up and drop-off point.

You can Waze to the National Hockey Stadium or book a Grab ride to the Bukit Jalil National Stadium.

Additionally, there's extra parking available at Technology Park Malaysia (MRANTI PARK).

Attendees who purchase the seated tickets are encouraged to bring along their own refillable water bottles

Water refill stations will be available at the concourse and field areas. No metal, steel, glass, and aluminium bottles are allowed.

For those who purchase the General Admission floor tickets, you will not be allowed to bring a water bottle due to security restrictions.

If you're going to watch Coldplay in Malaysia, here's the full announcement so you're prepared:

Malaysian Muslim Solidarity (MUIS) recently urged authorities to cancel Coldplay's upcoming concert:

Lead singer Chris Martin had the best response to those who were against the band coming to Malaysia:

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