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Coldplay campers not disappointed

04 Dec 2012

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Docklands was invaded by scores of Coldplay fans last month when the award-winning British band hit Etihad Stadium for its Mylo Xyloto tour.

The most loyal Coldplay fans could be spotted outside the stadium hours before the concert started.

Alice Greet, 17, was first in line after arriving at the stadium at 6.30 pm the night beforethe concert.

She had braved a night in the elements in order to secure a spot in the front row.

Jessica Riley, Madi Warner and Sam Ward, told Docklands News they had skipped a day at school in order to join the queue of eager fans.

The sixteen-year-olds arrived at 6.30am and said they were the third group to arrive.

Hundreds of fans were lined up outside the stadium by late afternoon and about 60,000 people attended the concert.

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