Coldplay are coming back to the concert stage in the UK for their new album Music of the Spheres.
The band have announced a worldwide trek which will see them hitting the UK, European, North and South American venues throughout the spring and summer in their first major tour since 2017.
Coldplay will be backed up by support acts such as HER and London Grammar on select dates, and you can guarantee they'll play many of your favourite hits as well as cuts from their brand new studio album.
The UK dates are as follows – and tickets can be purchased by clicking here:
August 12: London, UK—- Wembley Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
August 13: London, UK — Wembley Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
August 16: London, UK — Wembley Stadium (Support: London Grammar)
August 23: Glasgow, UK— Hampden Park Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
All general release tickets will officially go on sale for the UK shows on Friday, October 22 at 10am local time. For the US shows, tickets have various on-sale dates and times based on local timezones.
Coldplay's 'Music of the Spheres World Tour' dates for the US are as follows and tickets can be purchased by clicking here:
May 3, 2022: Phoenix, AZ — State Farm Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
May 6, 2022: Dallas, TX — Cotton Bowl Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
May 8, 2022: Houston, TX — NRG Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
May 28, 2022: Chicago, IL — Soldier Field (Support: H.E.R.)
June 1, 2022: Washington, DC — FedExField (Support: H.E.R.)
June 4, 2022: East Rutherford, NJ — Metlife Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
June 8, 2022: Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field (Support: H.E.R.)
June 11, 2022: Atlanta, GA — Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
June 14, 2022: Tampa, FL—- Raymond James Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
For more information on Coldplay's 'Music of the Spheres World Tour' and other international dates, feel free to visit the band's visit.
There has been considerable conversation around Coldplay touring, as they'd previously vowed not to perform on a global scale unless they could do so in a sustainable way.
In a press announcement for the tour, the band tout that their shows will be powered by "100% renewable energy" and promise to cut tour emissions by at least 50% this time around.
Martin has though acknowledged to the BBC that the band are still planning to travel from gig to gig on private jets, and don't yet have a concrete plan on how to tour in a totally sustainable way.
"I don't mind any backlash at all," he responded. "We're trying our best, and we haven't got it perfect. Absolutely. We always have backlash for everything.
"And the people that give us backlash for that kind of thing, for flying, they're right. So we don't have any argument against that."
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