Coldplay Shares ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ Tour Dates

Coldplay Shares ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ Tour Dates
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After 4 years, Coldplay is hitting the road again around the U.S. Lead Chris Martin is overjoyed about their upcoming performances in seven different dates and places throughout the year. It’s definitely going to be a rocksolid year for fans as the band bring their “A Head Full of Dreams” LP closer to them.


Martin shared how the band members feel towards their U.S. tour, “‘A Head Full of Dreams’ was written as a record to be performed live. We are beyond excited to play these shows across the US.”

The Coldplay tour will kickstart on July 16 at the MetLife Stadium in New York City. And after conquering different stadiums, the series will commence with a bang in San Francisco, CA on September 3rd at the Levi’s Stadium. Rolling Stone reports that on February 7, Coldplay, along with Bruno Mars and Queen B, will perform for Super Bowl 50 halftime, also at the Levi’s Stadium.

The ticket sales to their tour will start on February 5, but a pre-selling date will happen on January 29, hosted by Citi. To know when you can expect Coldplay in your areas, here is the list of their tour dates:

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July 16, Saturday, MetLife Stadium (New York, NY)

July 23, Saturday, Soldier Field (Chicago, IL)

July 30, Saturday, Gillette Stadium (Boston, MA)

August 6, Saturday, Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)

August 27, Saturday, AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX)

September 3, Saturday, Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco, CA)

Late last year, this awe-striking band confirmed that “A Head Full of Dreams” stands to be their last album. In a detailed feature by Billboard, Martin expressed what he thought about their farewell baby. “It’s our seventh thing, and the way we look at it, it’s like the last Harry Potter book or something like that,” Martin said. “Not to say that there might not be another thing one day, but this is the completion of something.” He added, “I have to think of it as the final thing we’re doing. Otherwise we wouldn’t put everything into it.”

The U.S. tour is a promise to fans as they eventually detach from a dream that they have successfully achieved. Don’t let this pass! Grab your tickets as soon as you can.

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