Mitsotakis and Kasselakis Enjoy Coldplay Concert Ahead of Elections (See Video)

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Athens, Greece - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and SYRIZA leader Stefanos Kasselakis took a break from the intensity of the upcoming European elections to enjoy the highly anticipated Coldplay concert in Athens on Saturday.

The concert, the first of two sold-out shows at the Olympic Stadium (OAKA), drew tens of thousands of fans who braved the heat and followed the band's eco-conscious advice to bring reusable water bottles. Organizers estimated a crowd of around 60,000.

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Kasselakis was accompanied by his husband, Tyler Macbeth

Mitsotakis attended the event with his wife, Mareva Grabovski, while Kasselakis was accompanied by his husband, Tyler Macbeth. Photos of the couples enjoying the concert quickly circulated on social media.

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Mitsotakis attended the event with his wife, Mareva Grabovski

A Sky Full of Stars: Coldplay Dazzles Athenian Audience

As the sun set over Athens, Coldplay took to the stage, captivating the audience with a setlist packed with fan favorites. The band's performance was met with enthusiastic cheers and applause throughout the night.

Adding to the spectacle, thousands of LED wristbands distributed to concertgoers pulsed and flashed in sync with the music, creating a mesmerizing ocean of light. The concert culminated in a dazzling firework display, transforming the night sky above OAKA into a scene reminiscent of the band's hit song, "A Sky Full of Stars."

Coldplay's Environmental Message Resonates with Fans

The band, known for their commitment to environmental sustainability, encouraged concertgoers to minimize their ecological footprint. Fans were asked to bring reusable water bottles to refill at designated stations and to utilize public transportation instead of personal vehicles. Additionally, the band requested attendees to carry only small purses and avoid large bags and backpacks.

Coldplay also demonstrated their commitment to inclusivity by providing accessible spaces and offering subpacs (electronic vests) free of charge, allowing deaf and hard of hearing individuals to experience the music's vibrations.

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