“Disgusting!” Coldplay Concert Yet To Begin, Stadium Premises Already Littered!

For the first time, the concert of the British rock band Coldplay took place at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur last night (November 22nd).

“disgusting!” coldplay concert yet to begin, stadium premises already littered!Photo via X (@kaypohmedia)

As seen on social media, fans have been lining up as early as 9 a.m. in the areas outside the stadium. Many are even willing to endure the rain to fulfill their dream of watching Coldplay's Music Of The Spheres World Tour in Kuala Lumpur live for the first time.

However, a disturbing video has surfaced showing the outer area of the stadium filled with food waste discarded by some irresponsible attendees. The recording, which has now garnered 182.9K views and 847 reposts, has drawn criticism from netizens on X.

The accumulation of trash along the queue of concertgoers has left netizens feeling embarrassed, especially considering that Coldplay has sponsored waste interceptor cleaners in Malaysia. Yet, concert attendees seem to be disposing of trash irresponsibly.

It is crucial for all of us to be responsible for our trash. Littering not only tarnishes the environment but also contradicts Coldplay's sustainability efforts, such as sponsoring waste cleanup initiatives…

Disposing of waste thoughtlessly goes against the principles of environmental consciousness and detracts from the positive impact that events like concerts can have when attendees act responsibly. Let us all strive to be mindful of our actions and contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable world.

Malaysians, we can all strive to be better stewards of our environment, especially during events that bring people together, like the Coldplay concert. By picking up after ourselves and respecting the efforts put forth by Coldplay in promoting sustainability, we can contribute to a cleaner and greener world.

Let the music of Coldplay inspire not just our hearts but also our actions.

In the end, it's not just about enjoying the music; it's about embodying the values that the music represents. So, let's heed Coldplay's call for environmental consciousness and strive to be better, both as concert attendees and as global citizens. 

Together, we can make a difference and leave a lasting, positive impact on our planet.