Coldplay, Jonas Brothers and Brandi Carlile to headline Citi Sound Vault show at Hollywood Palladium

The shows, produced by Live Nation, will start off with Coldplay on January 21, followed by Howard performing on January 22, Carlile on January 23 and the Jonas Brothers on January 25


                            Coldplay, Jonas Brothers and Brandi Carlile to headline Citi Sound Vault show at Hollywood Palladium
Chris Martin (left) and Jonas Brothers' Nick Jonas (right) (Source: Getty Images)

As part of the Citi Sound Vault series, Coldplay, the Jonas Brothers, Brandi Carlile and Brittany Howard will be performing as the headlining sets at the grand theater of the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, which will take place during the week of the Grammy Awards for 2020. The shows, produced by Live Nation, will start off with Coldplay on January 21, followed by Howard performing on January 22, Carlile on January 23 and the Jonas Brothers on January 25.

The Roots will also perform a special show, along with other special guests, and will be presented by Citi Sound Vault on January 25 at Live House Hollywood. Citi cardmembers will be able to register for tickets for any of the gigs at the Hollywood Palladium from Monday, January 6, at 7:00 p.m. PT till January 8 at 10:00 p.m. PT.

Anyone who wants to register will receive a code through the Verified Fan program, enabling them to purchase their tickets after the January 8 deadline. A limited number of tickets will also be available for the Roots’ performance at Live House Hollywood.

Last year’s Citi Sound Vault series had featured performances from the likes of Muse, Pink, and Chris Stapleton. Among this year’s performers, the Jonas Brothers, Howard and Carlile are all up for Grammy Awards.

The Jonas Brothers will compete for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with their single 'Sucker'. Brittany Howard is competing for two awards, Best Rock Performance and Rock Song for 'History Repeats'.

Carlile has been nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for 'Common', in which she collaborated with Maren Morris, while she also scored a Best Country Song and Song of the Year nomination for co-writing Tanya Tucker’s 'Bring My Flowers Now.'

Coldplay will not receive any Grammy Awards this year since their most recent album, 'Everyday Life', was released last November after the deadline for the 2020 nominations.

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