Coldplay fans are set to be able to watch one of the band's largest sold-out concerts in an "immersive" experience next week.

Across two nights, Coldplay: Music of the Spheres Live at River Plate will be screening in at Cineworld in Basildon's Festival Leisure Park.

The film has been remastered for 4DX and ScreenX in a way usually reserved for Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and now applied to live music. 

For one night only, on Wednesday (April 19), the film will come to Cineworld 4DX.

In 4DX, music lovers can experience Coldplay’s hits with seats which move in motion to the music and atmospheric effects including strobe lights and smoke effects.

The concert will then show in ScreenX on Sunday April 23 with 270-degree field of vision wraparound screens offering a unique way to watch the concert, giving more people a chance to experience the view from the front row.

Cineworld’s VP of operations, Shaun Jones, said: “If there is one band made for the big screen, it’s Coldplay.

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"Their constant commitment to bringing innovation to their live shows is unparalleled in the music industry and we are so excited to give more people the chance to see them in the most immersive big screen experiences we can offer.”

The Director’s Cut of the performance - taken from the sold out, ten night run at Buenos Aires' River Plate stadium at the end of last year - features never before seen footage including special guest appearances and interviews with the band not included in the previous live cinema release.

Tickets can now be purchased from the Cineworld website or the Cineworld app.