Coldplay Returns With Spectacular Stadium Tour Across Europe in 2024!

Coldplay Returns With Spectacular Stadium Tour Across Europe in 2024!


Prepare for a musical extravaganza as Coldplay, the iconic British band, announces an electrifying series of European stadium tour dates slated for the summer of 2024. Fans worldwide can now mark their calendars and get ready to be part of an unforgettable experience, as ticket information and a comprehensive list of tour dates have been revealed.

Following their current 2023 stadium shows, which commenced in May and witnessed the mesmerizing performances of Chris Martin and his bandmates in cities like Barcelona, Manchester, Cardiff, and Milan, Coldplay is ready to build on the momentum and excitement. Overwhelmed by the response from their dedicated fan base during their ongoing live shows, the band is thrilled to announce a third run of European dates, set to enthrall audiences throughout June, July, and August 2024. As part of their record-breaking ‘Music Of The Spheres’ World Tour, these newly-announced shows promise to deliver an unparalleled musical experience and will mark the band’s debut live performances in Greece, Romania, and Finland. Additionally, fans in Budapest can rejoice, as Coldplay makes their much-awaited return to the city since their last performance in 2008.

The thrill begins with a captivating show at Athens’ Olympic Stadium on June 8, and fans can look forward to witnessing Coldplay’s first concert in Rome in over 20 years, with the last show in the city held back in 2003. While this tour will not include any UK dates, the band plans to culminate their 2024 journey with a grand finale, delivering two back-to-back performances in Dublin at the end of August.

For those eager to secure their spot in the crowd, pre-sale tickets will be available starting next Tuesday (July 15) at 9 am local time in Athens, Bucharest, Budapest, Lyon, Rome, and Helsinki. Fans in Dusseldorf, Munich, Vienna, and Dublin can grab their pre-sale tickets at 10 am local time. Registering for pre-sale access can be done through the official website, ensuring fans don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of this sensational musical event.

Additionally, general on-sale will begin next Friday (July 28) at 10 am local time for all cities, offering another chance for fans to secure their tickets. To cater to a diverse audience, a limited number of affordable ‘Infinity Tickets’ will also be available. Ticket sales will be accessible through the official website.

In other Coldplay news, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reports that the band’s current tour has achieved an impressive 47% reduction in carbon emissions compared to their previous stadium tour in 2016/17. Demonstrating their commitment to environmental consciousness, Coldplay has taken the initiative to plant an astounding 5 million trees worldwide—one for each concertgoer so far.

Beyond their European tour, Coldplay has more in store for their global following. Earlier this year, the band announced a series of US tour dates, along with an exciting lineup of shows in Australia and Asia, continuing to thrill fans across continents.

Last year’s five-star review of their London gig, published by NME, praised Coldplay’s ability to deliver a captivating set with a focus on sustainability and inclusivity. The review lauded moments of intimacy within the larger-than-life spectacle, including a touching rendition of ‘Sparks,’ a track from the album ‘Parachutes,’ followed by special guest appearances that heightened the jubilant atmosphere. Coldplay’s genuine enthusiasm and joy at the audience’s response were palpable, showcasing their prowess in creating an extraordinary pop show.

As tickets become available for their European tour, the anticipation mounts, and fans eagerly await the magical experience that Coldplay is set to deliver on their musical journey.

Coldplay’s 2024 European tour dates are:

8 — Olympic Stadium, Athens
12 — Arena Națională, Bucharest
16 — Puskás Aréna, Budapest
22 —Groupama Stadium, Lyon
23 — Groupama Stadium, Lyon

12 — Stadio Olimpico, Rome
13 —Stadio Olimpico, Rome
20 — Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf
21 —Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf
28 — Olympiastadion, Helsinki

15 — Olympiastadion, Munich
17 — Olympiastadion, Munich
21 — Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna
22 — Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna
29 — Croke Park, Dublin
30 — Croke Park, Dublin

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