Coldplay Extends 'A Head Full of Dreams' Tour into October 2017


UPDATE: 10/7/2016

Coldplay announced today that they have added 18 more dates for the North American leg of their A Head Full of Dreams tour. The new dates will kick off on August 1st at New York's MetLife Stadium and extend until October 8th in San Diego. Coldplay will also make stops in Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver, which marks the band's first Canadian shows in five years.

Tickets for the upcoming shows go on sale October 15th at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster.

Coldplay's most expensive performances in 2016 are likely to remain their top-priced shows in 2017 as well. The most expensive stops for the band included Las Vegas, New York City, San Francisco, San Antonio, and Chicago. Fans should expect to see competitive resale tickets for Coldplay, as historically, the band has continued to post high prices on the secondary market.

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Coldplay 2017 'Head Full of Dreams' Tour Dates
August 1 – New York, NY @ MetLife Stadium
August 4 – Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium
August 6 – Washington, DC @ FedExField
August 8 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
August 12 – Minneapolis, MN @ US Bank Stadium
August 14 – Omaha, NE @ CenturyLink Center
August 15 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
August 17 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
August 19 – Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena
August 21 – Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre
August 25 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
August 28 – Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium
September 23 – Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field
September 26 – Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place
September 29 – Vancouver, BC @ BC Place
October 2 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
October 4 – San Francisco, CA @ Levi’s Stadium
October 8 – San Diego, CA @ Qualcomm Stadium


(UPDATE 7/19/16) It has been a strong start to the summer for Brit pop rockers Coldplay, who launched the North American leg of their "A Head Full of Dreams" Tour last week. The London-based band made two stops at MetLife Stadium over the weekend and is poised for 20 more stops across the U.S. through September. Chris Martin and Co. are known for their exhaustive list of hit songs, and there will be no shortage of chart-topping tunes at each of their remaining gigs.

With the band listing the "A Head Full of Dreams" Tour as a farewell jaunt before they split indefinitely, Chris Martin and Co. will rely on a setlist heavy with their most memorable songs. Among the typical 24-song list are such songs as "Yellow", "The Scientist" and "Clocks". Newer material also finds its way onto the score, with songs like "Birds", "Hymn for the Weekend", "Everglow" and "Up & Up" all being played.

Check out the average Coldplay setlist on the "A Head Full of Dreams" Tour below, per

Coldplay Average 2016 Setlist

A Head Full of Dreams
Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall
The Scientist
Always in My Head
Charlie Brown
Hymn for the Weekend
Fix You
Heroes (David Bowie cover)
Viva la Vida
Adventure of a Lifetime
In My Place
See You Soon
Amazing Day
A Sky Full of Stars


Looking at Prices for Coldplay Tickets at Start of ' A Head Full of Dreams' Tour

(UPDATE 7/15/16) One of the most anticipated tours of the summer will finally launch tonight, as Coldplay sets to kick off the North American leg of their "A Head Full of Dreams" Tour in New Jersey. With 22 shows lined up in the U.S. through the beginning of September, Coldplay tickets are posting big price points on the secondary market.

According to TicketIQ, the average resale price for tickets along the six-week stretch is now $312.87. The band is slated to hit a number of notable venues, including stadium stops at MetLife Stadium, Soldier Field, Gillette Stadium and Lincoln Financial Field. Still, with 40,000+ capacity venues on the docket, ticket prices remain high to see the "XYZ" creators perform live. In fact, the band's five most expensive shows of tour will be held at stadium-sized venues.

Check out a complete price breakdown of Coldplay's most and least expensive shows of tour below:

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Coldplay Extend U.S. Stadium Tour Due to Overwhelming Ticket Demand

(UPDATE 2/3/16) Things are heating up for Coldplay ahead of their halftime performance at Super Bowl 50 this Sunday. The band on Wednesday announced additional U.S. dates along their "A Head Full of Dreams" Tour this summer, which will run in support of their recently released album of the same name. The band has cited overwhelming ticket demand as the reason behind the new tour alignment.

Coldplay have revealed an additional three dates in July and August and will make second stops at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on July 17, Soldier Field in Chicago on July 24 and Rose Bowl in Los Angeles on August 21. The three new shows up the total number of U.S. gigs to 10 between July and early-September.

Coldplay tickets for the three new shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, February 5 at 10 a.m. via Live Nation. Citi cardholders already have access to a special pre-sale through Citi's Private Pass Program.

The band will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara this Sunday. More than 120 million viewers are slated to tune in across the globe for the landmark performance. Beyonce will join the festivities while several other performers, including Bruno Mars, Adele and Rihanna, are also rumored to take the stage.

View the complete list of Coldplay's U.S. tour dates below, with the newly added shows listed in bold:

Coldplay 2016 'A Head Full of Dreams' U.S. Tour Dates

07/16 – Meadowlands, NJ — MetLife Stadium
07/17 - Meadowlands, NJ — MetLife Stadium
07/23 – Chicago, IL — Soldier Field
07/24 - Chicago, IL — Soldier Field
07/30 – Foxborough, MA — Gillette Stadium
08/06 – Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field
08/20 – Los Angeles, CA — Rose Bowl
08/21 - Los Angeles, CA — Rose Bowl
08/27 – Dallas, TX — AT&T Stadium
09/03 – San Francisco, CA — Levi’s Stadium


2016 Coldplay Tour Announced; Tickets On Sale Friday Before Super Bowl


Back in December, Coldplay dropped their latest album A Head Full of Dreams, which left many fans wondering when a 2016 Coldplay tour could be announced. Then the band was announced as the halftime performer for Super Bowl 50, yet still there was no tour announcement. Now, just a week and a half before the band takes the Super Bowl stage at Levi's Stadium, a 2016 stadium tour has been announced.

The world tour currently has 37 dates, but just seven in the United States and another two in Mexico. The tour is scheduled to start on March 31 in Buenos Aires and will conclude with the US dates, the last of which a September 3 show at Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium, the same site as the Super Bowl.

Coldplay has not toured fully in the US since 2012, when they mostly played arenas. On the secondary market, the average price for Coldplay tickets was $273.05. The most expensive of which came at Brooklyn's Barclays Center for a New Year's Eve show that also featured Jay-Z with an average price of $595.41 and a get-in price of $139. Jay-Z's wife Beyonce will join the band during their Super Bowl performance and appears on a track on A Head Full of Dreams.

Tickets for the US dates go on sale Friday, February 5, two days before the Super Bowl.

2016 Coldplay Tour Dates:
03/31 – Buenos Aires, AR — Estadio Unico de La Plata
04/01 – Buenos Aires, AR — Estadio Unico de La Plata
04/03 – Santiago, CL — Estadio Nacional
04/05 – Lima, PR — Estadio Nacional
04/07 – Sao Paulo, BR — Allianz Parque
04/10 – Rio de Janerio, BR — Maracana
04/13 – Bogota, CO — Estadio El Champin
04/15 – Mexico City, MX — Foro Sol
04/16 – Mexico City, MX — Foro Sol
04/17 – Mexico City, MX — Foro Sol
05/24 – Nice, FR — Stade Charles-Ehrmann
05/26 – Barcelona, ES — Estadio Olimpic
05/27 – Barcelona, ES — Estadio Olimpic
06/01 – Gelsenkirchen, DE — Veltins-Arena
06/04 – Manchester, UK — Etihad Stadium
06/05 – Manchester, UK — Etihad Stadium
06/07 – Glasgow, UK — Hampden Park
06/11 – Zurich, CH — Stadion Letzigrund
06/12 – Zurich, CH — Stadion Letzigrund
06/15 – London, UK — Wembley Stadium
06/16 – London, UK — Wembley Stadium
06/18 – London, UK — Wembley Stadium
06/19 – London, UK — Wembley Stadium
06/23 – Amsterdam, NL — Amsterdam Arena
06/24 – Amsterdam, NL — Amsterdam Arena
06/29 – Berlin, DE — Olympiastadion
07/01 – Hamburg, DE — Volksparkstadion
07/03 – Stockholm, SE — Friends Arena
07/05 – Copenhagen, DK — Telia Parken
07/06 – Copenhagen, DK — Telia Parken

2016 US Dates
07/16 – Meadowlands, NJ — MetLife Stadium
07/23 – Chicago, IL — Soldier Field
07/30 – Foxborough, MA — Gillette Stadium
08/06 – Philadelphia, PA — Lincoln Financial Field
08/20 – Los Angeles, CA — Rose Bowl
08/27 – Dallas, TX — AT&T Stadium
09/03 – San Francisco, CA — Levi’s Stadium

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