Citi Sound Vault Lines Up Coldplay, Brittany Howard, Brandi Carlile, The Jonas Brothers

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Coldplay’s Chris Martin reaches to the sky during the band’s show at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., Aug. 6.
Citi cardmembers will get exclusive access to shows from some of the live music industry’s brightest stars at the Hollywood Palladium in the week leading up to the Grammy Awards as part of the Citi Sound Vault series.
The four performances will be from Coldplay (Jan. 21), Brittany Howard (Jan. 22), Brandi Carlile (Jan. 23), and Jonas Brothers (Jan. 25). Citi will also be sponsoring Citi Sound Vault presents The Roots & Friends Jan. 25 at the Live House Hollywood. 

According to Pollstar data, Coldplay was No. 8  touring artist of the past decade with $731,805,591 grossed. The other three artists scheduled to perform are all nominated for Grammy Awards this year. 

Citi Sound Vault is powered by Live Nation and tickets to the four shows are available to Citi Cardholders now at

Citi is a leader in experiential marketing and in providing unique opportunities to its cardholders, giving preferred access to tickets for more than 12,000 events annually. Citi’s Global Consumer CMO Jennifer Breithaupt was honored with a spot on Pollstar’s inaugural Impact 50 list last year. 

Breithaupt said in a statement: “Through Citi Sound Vault, now in its fourth year, we continue to reward our cardmembers by offering incredibly unique experiences they will never forget with some of the world’s biggest artists.”

Other artists that have performed in the Citi Sound Vault series over the years include Guns N’ Roses, Madonna, Katy Perry, Eddie Vedder, Childish Gambino, Luke Bryan, The National, Sting and The Chainsmokers.