Bunga Revealed As Coldplay's Support Act for Malaysia!

Along with the announcement of Coldplay’s 2024 Asian Dates, the band have also revealed their support acts for Tokyo (Yoasobi), Kaohsiung (Accusefive), Kuala Lumpur (Bunga), and Jakarta (Rahmania Astrini). 

Born Noor Ayu Fatini, Bunga started her career in the music industry as one of the finalists of 16 Baris. Performing with her signature baju kurung outfits and a hijab, she made global headlines when The New York Times, and several other international media referred to her as the first hijabi rapper. Ever since her debut, Bunga has inspired young Muslim women to break the stereotype that hijab wearers are not just conformed to a certain field and have the capability to be movers while maintaining their Islamic faith.

Since signing to Warner Music Malaysia, Bunga’s career has blossomed further by exploring multiple music genres and releasing chart-topping local collaborations with the Queen of Ethnic Pop, Noraniza Idris (“Intan Payung”) and Amsyar Leee (“Belai”), while dabbling in some acting in several local television dramas. Bunga was also featured on a collaboration with international artist Pink Sweat$ last year (“I Feel Good (feat. Bunga)”), and she performed the song with Pink Sweat$ during his set at the Good Vibes Weekender in Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon. 

Since the Music of the Spheres tour’s first date in March 2022, the band have sold over 7 million tickets - more than any other artist in the world - receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike and picking up accolades including Favorite Touring Artist at the 2022 AMAs and Tour of The Year at the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards.

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Last week, the band issued an update on the tour’s sustainability initiatives, revealing that, on a show-by-show comparison, their current tour has so far produced 47% less CO2e emissions than their previous stadium tour in 2016/17, and that 5 million trees have already been planted around the world (one for each concert goer).


DHL is the Official Logistics Partner of the Music Of The Spheres World Tour, supporting the band in their mission to cut the tour’s direct emissions by 50%.






6: Tokyo - Tokyo Dome (Support: Yoasobi)

7: Tokyo - Tokyo Dome (Support: Yoasobi)

11: Kaohsiung - Kaohsiung National Stadium (Support: Accusefive)

12: Kaohsiung - Kaohsiung National Stadium (Support: Accusefive)

15:: Jakarta - Gelora Bung Karno Stadium (Support: Rahmania Astrini)

22: Kuala Lumpur - National Stadium Bukit Jalil (Support: Bunga)



19: Manila -Philippine Arena (Support: TBA)

23: Singapore - Singapore National Stadium (Support: TBA)

24: Singapore - Singapore National Stadium  (Support: TBA)

26: Singapore - Singapore National Stadium  (Support: TBA)

27: Singapore - Singapore National Stadium  (Support: TBA)



03: Bangkok - Rajamangala National Stadium (Support: TBA)