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Prince Harry Joins Coldplay Onstage at Kensington Palace Charity Concert: Watch

Coldplay perform at Glastonbury 2016
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Coldplay perform on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival on June 26, 2016. 

Coldplay headlined Kensington Palace's first ever concert on Tuesday (June 28) with a set that featured a very special, royal guest singer -- Prince Harry. 

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The royal abode opened up its East Lawn to a charity concert to raise money for Prince Harry's Sentebale charity and to raise awareness of youth affected by HIV/Aids in sub-Saharan Africa.  

"What we know is that HIV is a virus that thrives off silence and feeds on stigma," said Prince Harry before introducing Coldplay to the stage. "Every single one of us has a responsibility to educate ourselves. To do what we can to speak out and stamp out the silence, ignorance, and fear that the virus needs to win."

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In the performance's finale, Prince Harry joined Coldplay, Prince Seeiso and the Basotho Youth Choir to perform the A Head Full of Dreams song "Up&Up". 

 

The charity concert featured Coldplay as well as Grammy-winner Joss Stone, the Basotho Youth Choir and African-Norwegian duo Nico and Vinz. Coldplay also performed their recent singles "Hymn For the Weekend" and "Paradise."