Date Event
Friday
Aug 25
7:00 PM
Coldplay
NRG Stadium - HoustonTX
Monday
Aug 28
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Hard Rock Stadium - Miami GardensFL
Friday
Sep 22
7:15 PM
iHeartRadio Music Festival - Night 1 (Coldplay, The Weeknd, Chris Stapleton, Pink and Harry Styles)
T-Mobile Arena - Las VegasNV
Saturday
Sep 23
7:00 PM
Coldplay
CenturyLink Field - SeattleWA
Tuesday
Sep 26
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Rogers Place - EdmontonAB, CA
Wednesday
Sep 27
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Rogers Place - EdmontonAB, CA
Friday
Sep 29
7:00 PM
Coldplay
BC Place Stadium - VancouverBC, CA
Monday
Oct 02
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Moda Center - PortlandOR
Wednesday
Oct 04
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Levi's Stadium - Santa ClaraCA
Friday
Oct 06
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Rose Bowl Stadium - PasadenaCA
Sunday
Oct 08
7:00 PM
Coldplay
Qualcomm Stadium - San DiegoCA
Tuesday
Nov 07
Coldplay
Allianz Parque - Sao Paulo, BR
Wednesday
Nov 08
Coldplay
Allianz Parque - Sao Paulo, BR
Saturday
Nov 11
Coldplay
Estadio Beira Rio - Porto Alegre, BR
Tuesday
Nov 14
Coldplay
Estadio Ciudad de La Plata - La Plata, AR
Wednesday
Nov 15
Coldplay
Estadio Ciudad de La Plata - La Plata, AR

Coldplay Ticket Information

One of the most popular acts on the global stage, Coldplay has been at the top of its game since hitting No. 1 on the U.K. charts with its 2000 debut, “Parachutes.” In later years, the GRAMMY-winning alternative rock outfit has maintained a high level of international success, thanks to the popularity of artfully crafted singles like “Viva La Vida,” “Clocks,” and “A Sky Full of Stars.” Fans never tire of seeing Coldplay in concert, especially since Chris Martin and Co. keep things fresh by taking new spins on these fan-favorite classics. Shop for Coldplay tour tickets on your own through our online marketplace, but know that assistance is available through our in-house support team seven days a week. Reach us by connecting to Live Chat or calling 866.848.8499. Your order is guaranteed to arrive in time for the Coldplay concert you’ve selected after the seller confirms the seats you’ve chosen are available.

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Coldplay Tours

Typically scheduled in support of a new album, Coldplay tour dates tend to be amongst the most lavish and intricate of any on the live circuit. From mesmerizing LED wristband light shows to surprise confetti, balloons, lasers, and more, Coldplay concerts offer live music fans an experience that is simply unmatched. And that’s just the visual aspect. Coldplay co-founder Chris Martin has long taken his frontman duties seriously, and has become known for getting a full workout on stage as he belts out enduring fan favorites like “Yellow,” “In My Place,” “Clocks,” and “Fix You.”

While a Coldplay U.S. tour usually consists of major arena shows at venues like the Barclays Center in Brooklyn or United Center in Chicago, the group also has never been afraid to dial things back to offer fans a more intimate setting, too. Most notably in 2014, Coldplay forewent a worldwide trek for “Ghost Stories” to instead perform at just a select number of modest-sized spaces including the Beacon Theatre in New York, Royce Hall in Los Angeles, and Royal Albert Hall in London.

Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams Tour was plotted in 2016 and was originally billed as a potential final live outing for the band. But more dates for the venture will come in 2017, proving that maybe this won't be the end for Chris Martin and Co. afterall.

Coldplay Timeline

In May 2015, the interactive Coldplay Timeline was unveiled, allowing fans to dig deep into the band’s history. The site begins with the group’s origin in 1998 and is updated regularly to account for notable present day events. Among the many highlights of the resource is the ability for fans to submit their own images from Coldplay concerts through the years, as the archive of shows is sprinkled chronologically throughout the timeline and on the map according to location.

To date, the list of Coldplay tours includes the Parachutes Tour (2000-2001), A Rush of Blood to the Head Tour (2002-2003), Twisted Logic Tour (2005-2007), Viva la Vida Tour (2008-2010), Mylo Xyloto Tour (2011-2012), and Ghost Stories Tour (2014)

What genre is Coldplay?
The band is generally classified as piano rock or pop rock.

Where is Coldplay from?
London, England

Coldplay Live

Though of course subject to change, the typical Coldplay live setlist tends to feature a wealth of songs from the group’s latest album, intermixed with a variety of catalog-spanning hits. According to Coldplay song data from setlist.fm, the top 10 most played live as of Oct. 2015 are “Yellow,” “In My Place,” “Clocks,” “The Scientist,” “Politik,” “God Put a Smile Upon Your Face,” “Fix You,” “Don’t Panic,” “Trouble,” and “Everything’s Not Lost.” In terms of Coldplay albums represented during concerts, “A Rush of Blood to the Head” and “Parachutes” are the top two by a wide margin, followed by “Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends,” “X&Y,” “Mylo Xyloto,” and “Ghost Stories.”

Outside of their own material, the band also occasionally taps into songs by other artists, as the list of Coldplay covers over the years includes notable hits like “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong, “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson, and “You Only Live Twice” by Nancy Sinatra, among others.