Rain did not dampen the spirits of Coldplay fans at the Coldplay: Music of the Sphere World Tour (MOTSWT) in Bukit Jalil National Stadium last night.
Videos of fans wearing raincoats and holding umbrellas while enjoying the concert started going viral less than five hours after it ended.
A Twitter user @qtminyoongii shared a 14 second video of the fans jumping to the tune, some holding out lights and waving their hands up, all while standing in the rain at the concert.
This video has so far been viewed more than 7,000 times and shared by over 150 X users, so far.
More videos of similar scenes from the concert were also shared on various social media platforms since the time the concert kicked off at 9pm.
This Coldplay concert had been one which was much awaited by the fans, young and old, local and from neighbouring countries. One of the highlights of the concert was when Chris Martin read out a poem in Malay for all his fans. A total of 75,000 fans were at the concert tonight.
Nitesh Malani wrote on his Facebook post: "A Night of Magic: Coldplay 's Spectacular Concert "Music of The Spheres" in Malaysia. Coldplay's concert tonight had a significant multiplier effect."
"Concerts of this magnitudes also enhances Malaysia's global image, potentially attracting future investments and fostering cultural exchange.
"Amazing showmanship, Stage play and kudos to Live Nation Malaysia for pulling though a perfect show.
Well done KL Carnival Stadium Bukit Jalil for the amazing facility. Looking forward to have more international artist visiting Malaysia, while respecting our culture..
#coldplay #malaysia #concert".