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Umbrella, powerbank & more – Here’s a List of Things Banned From the Coldplay Concert in KL Tonight!


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We’re merely hours away from Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres World Tour at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur and there’s already a queue of ticket holders waiting outside!

With that being said, we genuinely hope that those already waiting at the venue don’t have any of the items on this list because there is a possibility they might have to throw them away.

The Cheras District Police Headquarters recently took to their Facebook page to share a list of prohibited items from the Coldplay concert, as well as other instructions so that the event and traffic in the area can move smoothly.

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Firstly, it is important to note that the expected 75,000 people attending the concert will have to adhere to full body and bag checks at all the entrances as well as inside the stadium.

Should ticket holders have prohibited items on them, PDRM will not be responsible for the items once they are confiscated.

Now, here is the list of prohibited items: 

  • Firecrackers or fireworks
  • Helmets
  • Lasers or laser pens
  • Sharp objects made from metal or wood
  • Any kind of weapon
  • Alcohol
  • Umbrellas and walking sticks (canes)
  • Powerbanks
  • Bottled water
  • Lighters or match sticks
  • Cigarettes, electronic cigarettes or vapes
  • Drones
  • Megaphones

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Concert goers are also encouraged to:

  • Use public transportation on their journey to and from the concert.
  • Adhere to the instructions of police officers who are on duty at the venue.
  • Not park your car by the side of the road around stadium entrances and exits.
  • Not block the road when parking to prevent yourself from getting summons or your car towed.

While the general public has been asked to: 

  • Avoid the roads around the Bukit Jalil National Stadium to prevent themselves from getting stuck in the traffic jams.
  • Have patience and compromise while driving in the area.


They added that these measures as well as the police presence at the venue is purely for the sake of the people’s safety and to ensure public order.

What do you think of PDRM’s list? Do feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.


Also read: Loving Family Urges Coldplay to Sing ‘Sparks’ at KL Show in Memory of Sister Who Was a Huge Fan

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