Coldplay Announces International Stadium Tour + US Dates – See The Full List! (@Coldplay)

L-R: Will Champion, Jonny Buckland, Chris Martin, and Guy Berryman. (photo source: @Coldplay – Twitter)

From being chosen to headline The Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show this February to announcing their upcoming US stadium tour, Coldplay is turning their head full of dreams into reality.

Chris Martin (lead vocalist), Jonny Buckland (lead guitarist), Guy Berryman (bass guitarist), and Will Champion (drummer/percussionist) announced the first US shows for their forthcoming tour on Thursday, January 28th. A Head Full of Dreams Tour will be the band’s first global concert journey since their Mylo Xyloto Tour back in 2011. They will be showcasing material from their seventh studio album (A Head Full of Dreams) including “Hymn for the Weekend” ft. Beyoncé and “Adventure of a Lifetime.”

Since its highly anticipated release back in December 2015, AHOD has reached number #1 on iTunes in 90+ countries as well as selling over three million copies to date. Not only has the band reached global success on selling physical copies and receiving numerous music awards, but they are currently Spotify’s most-streamed band on the globe! In addition to being musical geniuses, Coldplay is well-known for lending their voice to where it’s needed the most. They have worked with a ton of promising charities including Band Aid 20, A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief, the UK’s Teenage Cancer Trust, and many more.

Our favorite British rockers will be embarking on the Live Nation produced tour starting on March 31 in La Plata, Argentina. Be sure to catch Martin on the next segment of The Late Late Show with James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke in February and check out the list of confirmed dates below!

Citi cardmembers will receive exclusive access to presale tickets beginning Friday, January 29th at 10 am through Citi’s Private Pass Program. For all other ticket info, visit the official Coldplay website here.

Leg 1 – Latin America

  • March 31: Buenos Aires, Argentina (Estadio Ciudad de La Plata)
  • April 1: Buenos Aires, Argentina (Estadio Ciudad de La Plata)
  • April 3: Santiago, Chile (Estadio Nacional de Chile)
  • April 5: Lima, Peru (Estadio Nacional de Lima)
  • April 7: Sao Paulo, Brazil (Allians Parque)
  • April 10: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Marcana Stadium)
  • April 13: Bogotá, Colombia (Estadio El Campin)
  • April 15: Mexico City, Mexico (Foro Sol)
  • April 16: Mexico City, Mexico (Foro Sol)
  • April 17: Mexico City, Mexico (Foro Sol)

Leg 2 – Europe

  • May 24: Nice, France (Stade Charles-Ehrmann)
  • May 26: Barcelona, Spain (Olympic Stadium)
  • May 27: Barcelona, Spain (Olympic Stadium)
  • June 1: Gelsenkirchen, Germany (Veltins-Arena)
  • June 4: Manchester, England (Etihad Stadium)
  • June 5: Manchester, England (Etihad Stadium)
  • June 7: Glasgow, Scotland (Hampden Park)
  • June 11: Zurich, Switzerland (Stadion Letzigrund)
  • June 12: Zurich, Switzerland (Stadion Letzigrund)
  • June 15: London, England (Wembley Stadium)
  • June 16: London, England (Wembley Stadium)
  • June 18: London, England (Wembley Stadium)
  • June 19: London, England (Wembley Stadium)
  • June 23: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Amsterdam Arena)
  • June 24: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Amsterdam Arena)
  • June 29: Berlin, Germany (Olympiastadion)
  • July 1: Hamburg, Germany (Volksparkstadion)
  • July 3: Stockholm, Sweden (Friends Arena)
  • July 5: Copenhagen, Denmark (Telia Parken)
  • July 6: Copenhagen, Denmark (Telia Parken)

Leg 3 – North America

  • July 16: New York, NY (MetLife Stadium)
  • July 23: Chicago, Illinois (Soldier Field)
  • July 30: Boston, Massachusetts ( Gillette Stadium)
  • Aug 6: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Lincoln Financial Field)
  • Aug 20: Los Angeles, California (Rose Bowl)
  • Aug 27: Dallas, Texas (AT&T Stadium)
  • Sept 3: San Francisco, California (Levi’s Stadium)




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