“British rock band Coldplay will headline the halftime show at the National Football League’s Super Bowl 50 in February, according to people familiar with the matter,” Hannah Karp reports for The Wall Street Journal. “Pop star Bruno Mars is also slated to perform at the show, sponsored by PepsiCo Inc., and Beyoncé is in talks to make a guest appearance, according to people familiar with the matter.”
“Coldplay’s halftime-show debut at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., follows the release its seventh album, ‘A Head Full of Dreams,’ due Friday, Dec. 4.,” Karp reports. “The Super Bowl is to take place Feb. 7.”
“The album won’t be immediately available on Spotify, according to people familiar with the matter,” Karp reports. “The new Coldplay album is expected to be available on streaming services that don’t offer a free option, including Apple Inc.’s Apple Music, these people added.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Another win for Apple Music!
Here’s Coldplay playing live at the celebration of Steve Jobs life on Apple’s campus in 2011: