Prepare to be thrilled as Coldplay, the globally acclaimed band, unveils a series of highly-anticipated European stadium tour dates set to rock the summer of 2024. Music enthusiasts can now secure their spot in the crowd as ticket information and an extensive list of tour dates have been revealed.
This new wave of tour dates follows the band’s current 2023 stadium shows, which kicked off in May and have witnessed the magnetic performances of Chris Martin and his talented co-members in cities such as Barcelona, Manchester, Cardiff, Milan, and many more.
Embracing the resounding response from fans during their current series of live shows, Coldplay announces a third run of European dates scheduled for June, July, and August 2024. Part of their record-breaking ‘Music Of The Spheres’ World Tour, these freshly-announced shows promise to leave audiences in awe as they mark the band’s debut live performances in Greece, Romania, and Finland. Moreover, Coldplay enthusiasts in Budapest will be thrilled to welcome the band back for the first time since 2008.
The exhilarating journey will commence with a dazzling show at Athens’ Olympic Stadium on June 8. Fans can also anticipate Coldplay’s first gig in Rome in over two decades, as the last concert in the city dates back to 2003. While no UK dates are part of this tour, the band plans to culminate their 2024 adventure with two back-to-back performances in Dublin at the end of August.
For those eager to secure their spots early, pre-sale tickets will be available 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. Registration for pre-sale access can be done on the official website.
Furthermore, general on-sale will commence on Friday (July 28) at 10 am local time for all cities, offering fans another chance to secure their seats for this unforgettable musical experience. Additionally, a limited number of affordable ‘Infinity Tickets’ will be on offer, catering to a diverse range of fans. Tickets will be available through the official website.
In other Coldplay news, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reports that the band’s current tour has achieved a remarkable 47% reduction in carbon emissions compared to their previous stadium tour in 2016/17. Demonstrating their commitment to sustainability, Coldplay has also taken proactive measures by planting an astonishing 5 million trees worldwide—one tree for each concertgoer thus far.
Beyond their European venture, Coldplay has exciting news for their global fan base. The band previously announced a series of US tour dates earlier this year, as well as an upcoming run of shows in Australia and Asia, fueling anticipation and excitement among fans worldwide.
Last year, a five-star review of their London gig published by NME showered praise upon Chris Martin and the band for delivering an enthralling set, accentuated by a focus on sustainability and inclusivity. The review highlighted moments of intimacy woven into the larger-than-life spectacle, such as a poignant rendition of ‘Sparks,’ a track from the album ‘Parachutes,’ followed by special guest appearances that added to the jubilant spectacle of the show. Coldplay’s genuine excitement at the audience’s response was palpable, making it a masterclass in delivering an awe-inspiring pop show.
As tickets become available for their European tour, fans from across the globe eagerly await the unparalleled magic that Coldplay is set to deliver on their musical odyssey.
Coldplay’s Epic 2024 European Stadium Tour Dates Announced – Don’t Miss It!
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