Coldplay Fans Who Didn't Make It Into Bukit Jalil Stadium Hold Their Own 'Concert' Outside

"Ni Cat 8 kan?"

Cover image via @khorphorxiang (TikTok) & @anithwooo (Instagram)

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Despite the rainy weather, more than 75,000 fans gathered last night for Coldplay's one night performance at National Stadium Bukit Jalil yesterday, 22 November

This marked the band's first concert in Malaysia since their debut in 1997.

Those fortunate enough to get concert tickets had a blast singing along to favourites such as Fix You, Paradise, and Yellow, with many declaring it as "the concert of a lifetime".

Sadly, some couldn't snag tickets, but that didn't prevent them from gathering outside the venue and singing along.

Online videos capture a small crowd joyfully standing in the rain outside the stadium, dancing, singing, and thoroughly enjoying Coldplay's set, even though they couldn't see the band on stage

Rain or shine, the group of people stood outside the venue, passionately singing, jumping, and creating their own 'mini concert' atmosphere. 

TikTok user @khorphorxiang shared with SAYS that he couldn't score tickets to the concert, so he decided to just enjoy it from the outside.

Here are more videos captured by another Coldplay fan Anith:

The heartwarming videos sparked lighthearted reactions online, as some jokingly labelled it "Category 8," a playful reference to the concert sections in the stadium

Image via TikTok
Image via TikTok
Image via TikTok

Thankfully, the highly-anticipated concert took place yesterday but it almost didn't for a number of reasons:

Coldplay concert tickets in Malaysia had completely sold out within hours:

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