Fan Crowd Surfs And Performs With Chris Martin At Coldplay Concert

Chris Martin gave one Coldplay fan an experience they will never forget.

On Saturday at the band’s concert in Dublin, a fan in a wheelchair began crowd surfing during the show. Martin noticed the fan, whose name is Rob, really enjoying the concert and asked him to come on stage with him.

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It all began after a fellow concertgoer fell into Rob’s lap during the show. To apologize, he and his friends offered to lift him up during the show. “He and his friends insisted on lifting me up and getting me a better view,” Rob told BBC News.

As Rob, 29, got closer and closer to the stage, Martin brought him and he got the chance of a lifetime and performed with the band.

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Martin came up with a little song about Dublin and Rob, who played the harmonica during the performance.

“I had a once in a lifetime experience,” he said. “83,000 people cheering as I was in the middle. I got a glimpse of a celebrity life. The video has gone viral since and my phone hasn’t stopped.”

“In the time where we have seen the horrors of London, Manchester and Paris, I hope this shows if you get yourself out there, you never know what’s going to happen,” Rob continued and thanked Martin and the band for the experience.

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