Coldplay's iTunes SXSW festival show to stream on Vevo

All performances from the showcase will be shown online

Coldplay's iTunes SXSW festival show to stream on Vevo

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Video service Vevo has announced that it will be streaming the iTunes Festival at SXSW.

Tomorrow (March 11), fans will be able to watch the first performance from Coldplay since they announced details of their sixth album 'Ghost Stories', which is due for release on May 19.

Vevo will be streaming all acts lined up to play the event from Tuesday, March 11 to Saturday, March 15. Alongside Coldplay, other artists due to appear across the week include Imagine Dragons, London Grammar, Kendrick Lamar, Soundgarden, Band of Skulls and Willie Nelson. See the full timetable below.

The shows will be available to stream for Vevo iOS and Apple TV viewers, as well as Mac Safari users at vevo.com/itunesfestival.

Vevo iTues Festival at SXSW performance schedule:

Tuesday, March 11

Coldplay (10pm CT)
Imagine Dragons (8:30pm CT)
London Grammar (7:30pm CT)

Wednesday, March 12

Kendrick Lamar (10pm CT)
ScHoolboy Q (8:45pm CT)
Isaiah Rashad (8pm CT)

Thursday, March 13

Soundgarden (10pm CT)
Band of Skulls (8:45pm CT)
Capital Cities (8pm CT)

Friday, March 14

Pitbull (10pm CT)
ZEDD (8:45pm CT)
G.R.L. (8pm CT)

Saturday, March 15

Keith Urban (10pm CT)
Willie Nelson (8:45pm CT)
Mickey Guyton (8pm CT)


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