UPDATE (11:35 p.m. ET): Coldplay cut its Chicago concert short on Saturday (July 23) night due to severe weather. After about 80 minutes of playing, Chris Martin told the crowd that after checking with officials, the band would play "A Sky Full of Stars" and then evacuate Soldier Field. The band played its final song in a torrential downpour and left the stage at 11:26 p.m. ET. The soaked fans chanted "whoa oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh" on the way out, clutching giant souvenir balloons and smiling, even though the night ended a half hour early.
Original post (11:05 p.m. ET): Severe weather, including thunderstorms and heavy rain, led to the cancelation of two opening acts at Coldplay's concert at Chicago’s Soldier Field Saturday night (July 23).