So as most of you might have guessed quite a lot of my time is spent driving through America in an armada of trucks and sleeper vans. In the last few days I’ve driven from Dallas all the way down to Miami, Florida. All this driving gives me time... Read More
Last night will be a night I remember for the rest of my life. I feel incredibly blessed to have been able to volunteer with Oxfam, an organization I have been learning a lot about in the last few months and that has given me the chance to bring my... Read More
Readers of this blog span the world. Some of you are following the tour action from Europe, Asia, North and South America, Australia, and that’s are just for starters.
There are a couple of reasons for this: there are a LOT of Coldplay fans... Read More
A guest blog from our volunteer lead and old tour coordinator, Najat Elsayed.
Last night I came back home to my Oxfam family by volunteering at the Houston concert. My life has changed a lot since I used to tour with Coldplay in 2005 and 2006 as the... Read More
Tonight was the first gig in Houston, the town famous for bbq food. Tonight volunteers were spreading the message in the South of America about food injustices and how we can feed our new population by supporting small scale farmers.
This isn’t a... Read More
Tonight I’m Dallas, the first night of the second US tour for Mylo Xyloto tour. I’m just sat behind the black draps off the side of the stage as the band are currently doing an acoustic version of ‘Us Against the World’. It just reminded me... Read More
Have you ever ignored a problem until it’s too late to fix it? We’re all guilty of that sometimes. In the Sahel region of West Africa, there is an invisible food crisis. 18.4 million people are going hungry due to rising food prices and... Read More