In an unexpected move, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin surprised commuters as he arrived by train for the band's eagerly awaited stadium show in Cardiff on Tuesday.
The 46-year-old singer-songwriter, known for his commitment to the environment, opted for a more sustainable mode of transportation and stunned fellow passengers as he disembarked at the Welsh capital's station.
For those unversed, Coldplay is set to perform two consecutive sold-out shows at the Principality Stadium, located just a stone's throw away from the train station.
Thus, Martin's decision to take the train aligns with the band's ongoing efforts to reduce carbon emissions during their tour.
Notably, their ‘eco-friendly’ concerts incorporate innovative measures such as generating electricity through a dancefloor activated by fans' movements and utilizing pedal power at the venues.
Recently, Coldplay announced a significant achievement, and managed to decrease their carbon footprint decreasing by an impressive 47 percent.
Coldplay's ongoing 2023 UK and European tour, which commenced in May, has already sold a staggering 1.4 million tickets.
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