A 'kill switch' will be applied during the Coldplay concert which is scheduled to be held at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium here Wednesday night, said Communications and Digital Minister Fahmi Fadzil.
Fahmi said the matter had been discussed between the Central Agency for Application for Filming and Performance by Foreign Artistes (Puspal), and the concert organiser.
"Discussion with Puspal and the organiser has been positive. The prime minister (Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim) has also said that the band is very supportive of Palestine.
"We are upbeat for the concert today," he told reporters after attending the Digital Transformation Leaders CxO Summit: Intelligent Digital Transformation in the 5G Era, here on Wednesday.
The function of the kill switch is to halt the concert if it breaches official guidelines.
Meanwhile, Fahmi advised the public to use public transportation, which will be operating until late Wednesday night, to ease traffic congestion.
Prior to this, several parties had called for the concert to be called off in respect of the situation in Gaza, besides concern of a recurrence of the incident involving pop rock group The 1975 back in July.
British band Coldplays concert in Bukit Jalil is part of its Music of the Spheres World Tour.