Having made waves with their current series of 2023 stadium shows, Coldplay have now announced a third run of European dates for summer 2024. The much-anticipated “Music Of The Spheres” World Tour will see the four-piece visit Athens, Rome, Budapest, as well as new countries like Finland and Romania, among others. After experiencing an overwhelmingly positive response from fans on their current tour, this next chapter in the band’s journey is sure to bring even more unforgettable moments.
The tour opens June 8th with a performance in Athens – Coldplay’s first show in Greece since 2014 – followed by two back-to-back nights in Dublin at the end of August. This marks the band’s first visit to Rome in over 20 years and their first stop in Hungary since 2008.
Tickets are now available for purchase from official Coldplay retailers. So don’t miss your chance to be part of this epic adventure!
Music enthusiasts, get ready to rock! Pre-sale tickets go live next Tuesday, July 15th at 9am in Athens, Bucharest, Budapest, Lyon, Rome and Helsinki and 10am for Dusseldorf, Munich, Vienna and Dublin. Don’t miss your chance to register for exclusive access here. But that’s not all – Friday July 28th marks the general on-sale for tickets at 10am local time in every city. Plus, a limited number of ‘Infinity Tickets’ will be available at an affordable price here. Take a look below for a list of 2024 tour dates and we hope to see you there!
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
Coldplay are proving to be a trailblazer, not only in their music but also with regards to their commitment to sustainability and inclusivity. The band have set a new standard with their groundbreaking current tour, which has been reported by Massachusetts Institute of Technology to have produced 47% less carbon emissions than their 2016/17 stadium tour. Additionally, the British pop-rockers pledged to plant 5 million trees, one for each concertgoer so far!
Not only that, Coldplay further astonished fans by announcing a series of US tour dates this year, alongside shows in Australia and Asia. Last year’s London gig was positively received, meriting a five-star review from NME. Describing the performance as “a joyous spectacle” and a “masterclass”, the captivating set featured special guests joining the band on stage as well as an intimate take on Parachute track “Sparks”.
Martin and co.’s efforts for sustainability and inclusivity have certainly paid off, leaving audiences mesmerised and delighted. We can’t wait to witness what they’ll come up with next!