Coldplay 2022: UK tour dates and how to book tickets

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Coldplay’s massive world tour includes six shows at London’s Wembley Stadium

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Coldplay will play six concerts in London this month as part of their 2022 Music Of The Spheres world tour, which will be as “sustainable as possible”.

Support for the tour, which kicked off in Costa Rica in March, comes from HER and London Grammar.

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The band were originally scheduled to play Wembley on Friday 19th August but had to reschedule due to the train strikes.

Here’s everything you need to know to get Coldplay tickets.

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Coldplay will play shows in London and Glasgow in 2022

How to book Coldplay tickets

Priority tickets for the London and Glasgow shows are going to fans who have pre-ordered Music Of The Spheres from the band official web shop.

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Tickets for the UK shows went to the general public on October 22nd at 10am ticketmaster.

Coldplay 2022 full tour dates

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  • 18 – San Jose, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional
  • 22 – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Estadio Olimpico
  • 25 – Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio BBVA*
  • 29 – Guadalajara, Mexico – Estadio Akron*
  • 3: Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol*
  • 23: Santa Clara, California – Levi’s Stadium*
  • 26: Los Angeles, California – SoFi Stadium*
  • 3 – Phoenix, AZ – State Farm Stadium*
  • 6 – Dallas, TX – Cotton Bowl Stadium*
  • 8 – Houston, TX – NRG Stadium*
  • 28 – Chicago, IL – Soldiers Field*
  • 1 – Washington, DC – FedExField*
  • 4 – East Rutherford, NJ – Metlife Stadium*
  • 8 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field*
  • 11 – Atlanta, GA – Mercedes Benz Stadium*
  • 14 – Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium*
  • 2 – Frankfurt, DE – Deutsche Bank Park*
  • 3 – Frankfurt, DE – Deutsche Bank Park*
  • 8 – Warsaw, PL – PGE Narodowy*
  • 10 – Berlin, DE – Olympiastadion Berlin^
  • 12 – Berlin, DE – Olympiastadion Berlin*
  • 16 – Paris, FR – Stade de France*
  • 17 – Paris, FR – Stade de France*
  • 5 – Brussels, BE – King Baudouin Stadium*
  • 6 – Brussels, BE – King Baudouin Stadium*
  • 12 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium*
  • 13 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium*
  • 16 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium^
  • 17 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium
  • 19 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium – now postponed to Sunday 21st August
  • 20 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium
  • 23 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Hampden Park Stadium*
  • 25 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Hampden Park Stadium
  • 10 – Rio De Janeiro, BR – Rock in Rio Festival

What Coldplay said about the tour

Ahead of the COP26 summit, the band aims to make their concerts more environmentally friendly and have one of the greenest tours in history.

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The band wrote on Twitter: “Playing live and connecting with people is ultimately why we exist as a band.

“We’ve been planning this tour for years and we’re really looking forward to playing songs from all over the world throughout our time together.

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“At the same time, we are very aware that the planet is facing a climate crisis.

“That’s why we’ve spent the last two years consulting with environmental experts to make this tour as sustainable as possible and, just as important, to use the potential of the tour to move things forward.

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“We won’t do everything right, but we are committed to doing whatever we can and sharing what we learn.

“It’s still a work in progress and we’re really grateful for the help we’ve had so far.

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“If you want to come to a show and sing with us, we’d love to see you.”

How will the tour become more sustainable?

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Chris Martin first announced in 2019 that they would not be embarking on a world tour for their previous album Everyday Life due to environmental concerns.

This time their world tour will be supported by a BMW-supplied ‘show battery’, charged with solar energy and generators running on hydrogenated vegetable oil.

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In addition, fans can use a kinetic stadium floor and power bikes to generate electricity for the concert.

Martin said: “We are proud to be working with BMW to develop the world’s first tour-ready, rechargeable show battery – which will allow us to power our concerts almost entirely with clean, renewable energy.”

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These alternatives will replace the usual diesel and petrol generators, which will reduce the carbon footprint of the concerts.

BMW spokesman Jens Thiemer said: “A shared awareness of sustainability has led to an intensive, creative co-creation process between BMW and Coldplay in recent years.

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“The campaign song Higher Power for the launch of our fully electric models BMW iX and BMW i4 and Coldplay’s appearance in the virtual BMW world JOYTOPIA during the IAA Mobility were the first major highlights of our successful cooperation.

“By using second-life batteries from BMW i3 vehicles, we are now helping to make Coldplay’s world tour even more sustainable.”

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Coldplay will release their ninth album Music Of The Spheres on Friday (October 15).

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Coldplay Music Of The Spheres Tour

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