Video Of A Boy With Autism At A Coldplay Concert Will Make You Cry

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Bring out the tissues!

Last week, Luis Vazquez shared a video of himself and his son, Luis Noel, who has autism, at a Coldplay concert in Mexico City.

At the beginning of the video, the dad asks his son about his favourite Coldplay song, and then it shows the cute twosome watching the U.K. band perform their hit song, "Fix You."

While both are obviously enjoying the music, Luis gets a bit emotional and starts to cry. This only makes happy papa (and us!) cry too, and he holds and kisses his son as they sing the tune together.

As of Tuesday, the video had been viewed 2.8 million times and has even garnered the attention of the Chris Martin-led band. Their official Twitter account posted their approval of the video, saying, "This kind of thing makes it all worthwhile" plus a message in Spanish.

Vazquez thanked well-wishers for their support and love in the video's comment section and used the hashtag #autismspeaks.

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What a beautiful moment.

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