Coldplay is set to perform at a special iHeartRadio Benefit Concert, proceeds of the show will benefit at-risk kids, proving that Coldplay awesome music and philanthropy is a winning combination.
iHeartRadio concerts have been popping up around the country in recent months, presented by Clear Chanel and LA radio stations KIIS FM and 98-7fm. This is Coldplay’s second time performing at an iHeartRadio show, after performing at the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.
Coldplay will take the stage on February 8, 2012 at Club Nokia at LA Live benefiting LA charities A Place Called Home and Youth Mentoring Connection.
“Coldplay in this intimate setting will be an amazing experience for the audience, plus concert-goers will be helping support LA’s at-risk youth,” the company released in a statement.
“It’s a special scenario for the Los Angeles radio stations and iHeartRadio to have an opportunity to collaborate with Coldplay to support the work of two great local organizations that directly impact the LA community.”
iHeartRadio is free online radio, similar to Pandora music. Tickets for this special one-off concert go on sale to loyalty club member this Thursday January, 19 at 10am and on-sale to the public on Friday January 20 at 10am.