The band are back in North America in 2017.
Coldplay have unveiled 18 more dates for their A Head Full Of Dreams Tour in the form of a teaser video showing clips from their previous shows complete with a list of North American dates for 2017. The tour will be a mixture of stadium and arena shows.
Coldplay announce 2017 North American tour dates
The band announced a bunch of new tour dates today (October 7th 2016), which sees them perform in Canada for the first time in five years. The shows will take place from August until October, kicking off at the MetLife Stadium in New York on August 1st 2017, and finishing up in San Diego, California at the Qualcomm Stadium on October 8th.
The tour has already seen them perform to more than 2.5 million people in South America, the US and Europe this year, with Australia and New Zealand dates to come this December. They have been accompanied by supporting acts such as Lianne La Havas, Foxes and Birdy.
It's all in support of their seventh studio album 'A Head Full of Dreams' which they released on December 4th 2015 to number one and number two in the UK and US charts respectively. The album featured hit singles 'Adventure of a Lifetime' and 'Hymn for the Weekend'.
As well as their general tour dates, Coldplay have had quite the busy year with other high profile appearances. They headlined the Super Bowl 50 halftime show in February, with Beyoncé and Bruno Mars also performing, and in June they closed Glastonbury Festival with a stunning duet with the Bee Gees' last surviving member Barry Gibb. Their second Metlife Stadium show in July saw a surprised collaboration with 'Back to the Future' star Michael J. Fox on the Chuck Berry song 'Johnny B. Goode'.
Tickets for next year's North American shows go on sale on October 15th 2016.
2017 Tour Dates:
Aug 01 - MetLife Stadium, NY - MetLife Stadium
Aug 04 - Boston, MA - Gillette Stadium
Aug 06 - Washington, DC - FedExField
Aug 08 - Montreal, QC - Bell Centre
Aug 12 - Minneapolis, MN - US Bank Stadium
Aug 14 - Omaha, NE - CenturyLink Center
Aug 15 - Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
Aug 17 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
Aug 19 - Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena
Aug 21 - Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
Aug 25 - Houston, TX - NRG Stadium
Aug 28 - Miami, FL - Hard Rock Stadium
Sep 23 - Seattle, WA - CenturyLink Field
Sep 26 - Edmonton, AB - Rogers Place
Sep 29 - Vancouver, BC - BC Place
Oct 02 - Portland, OR - Moda Center
Oct 04 - San Francisco, CA - Levi's Stadium
Oct 08 - San Diego, CA - Qualcomm Stadium