Make sure you set your clocks for tribute gig
INTERNATIONALLY-renowned tribute act Coldplace is all set to play to their home crowd.
The Coldplay tribute act is one of the area's massive success stories, having played to crowds of thousands across Europe.
The members – who are all from Grimsby – will be playing a headline gig at The Beachcomber, in Humberston, on Friday, November 23, and they can't wait to get stuck in.
Lead singer Shane Crofts told how playing gigs to home crowds is "nerve-racking".
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He said: "Playing gigs to a home crowd is tough, all your friends and family are there and you don't want to let them down.
"We don't get to come back much, but its always a great atmosphere.
"There will be a few surprises for the crowd"
The band started out playing local venues and, eight years on, they have played alongside Bob Geldof and KT Tunstall.
Shane continued: "We played to 50,000 people in Liverpool in August and will be playing a festival in Spain later this year, yet we are always more nervous playing a home gig."
Coldplace will be playing alongside fellow tribute act Kings of Lyon, who have been called one of the best Kings of Leon tribute acts by Q Magazine.
The concert will start at 7pm. Tickets cost £10 in advance from the venue, or £12 on the door.