By popular demand, Coldplay is back in the U.S. and Canada.
After their nationwide ‘Music of the Spheres Tour’ in 2022, Chris Martin and co. are returning to North America for seven huge concerts with special guests H.E.R. and 070 Shake from Sept. 20 through Oct. 1.
This time around, they’ll be dropping into stadiums to perform four-part shows in Seattle, Vancouver, San Diego and Pasadena.
And if you want to snag last-minute tickets to hear smash hits like “Yellow,” “The Scientist,” “Viva La Vida,” “Paradise,” “Fix You” and so many more at their ambitious live shows, it isn’t too late.
As of now, tickets are available for all seven shows.
They’re not exactly cheap though.
At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on Coldplay tickets was $125 USD before fees on Vivid Seats.
Other shows have tickets starting anywhere from $160 to $260 before fees.
Still, when shows are this lively and include shocking covers like “Barbie Girl,” it’s hard to put a price on seeing Coldplay IRL.
Want to see how much tickets cost at the concert closest to you?
We’ve got all the details if you’re looking for “Something Just Like This” below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Coldplay 2023 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all of Coldplay’s upcoming tour dates, venues and the cheapest tickets available for each show can be found below.
North American tour dates
|Sept. 20 at Lumen Field in Seattle, WA||$125|
|Sept. 22 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, BC, CA||$191|
|Sept. 23 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, BC, CA||$167|
|Sept. 27 at the SnapDragon Stadium in San Diego, CA||$218|
|Sept. 28 at the SnapDragon Stadium in San Diego, CA||$166|
|Sept. 30 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA||$264|
|Oct. 1 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA||$209|
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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Coldplay set list
With so many hits to their name, Coldplay packs their show with nonstop bangers.
For a closer look, here’s what the group played at a recent four-part show courtesy of Set List FM.
Act .i. Planets
01.) “Higher Power”
02.) “Adventure of a Lifetime”
04.) “The Scientist”
Act .ii. Moons
05.) “Viva la Vida”
06.) “Hymn for the Weekend”
08.) “Charlie Brown”
Act .iii. Stars
10.) “Human Heart”
11.) “People of the Pride”
13.) “Infinity Sign”
14.) “Something Just Like This”
16.) “My Universe”
17.) “A Sky Full of Stars”
Act .iv. Home
21.) “Fix You”
Coldplay opening acts
Each and every North American show will see Coldplay joined by H.E.R. and 070 Shake.
Here’s what you need to know about each of them:
H.E.R. is a 25-year-old singer-songwriter who has become one of the biggest names in R&B over the past few years. In addition to winning a Grammy and Oscar for her original songs, If you want to acquaint yourself with her catalogue, we recommend starting with her 2021 album “Back Of My Mind.”
070 Shake exploded onto the mainstream after singing the hook on controversial rapper Kanye West’s “Ghost Town.” Since then, she’s lent her voice to rappers Nas and Pusha T’s music as well. For a quick primer, make sure to pop in your headphones and try out her records “Modus Vivendi” and “You Can’t Kill Me.”
Coldplay new music
In a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest, Coldplay shared that they’re only going to release “three more albums.”
“…but lots more tours,” Martin told Seacrest. “Sometimes you can just feel when a story is going to end and that’s what I feel about our albums.”
One of those three may be coming soon though.
“We’re finishing an album called ‘Moon Music,’” Martin told City News. “(It) is the second ‘Music Of The Spheres’ volume, but that won’t come out for a little bit.”
Martin added, “We might start playing some songs at some point this year.”
Huge concert tours in 2023-24
Coldplay will only be in North America for a short window of time this year.
Thankfully, many huge acts will tour all over the country in the next few months.
Here are just five of our can’t miss, must-see favorites who may be dropping into a stadium or arena near you soon.
• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
• Taylor Swift
• Dave Matthews Band
• The Eagles
• Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band
You already know about those tours?
Well, to make it up to you, here’s some more you should definitely check out in our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023.
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