8-23-16: Four shows are on the tour schedule for Coldplay over the next week. Gila River Arena, BOK Center, AT&T Stadium and Pepsi Center will all welcome the band, and over that time the average price for Coldplay tickets on TicketIQ is $263. Saturday's stop at AT&T Stadium will be the most expensive show of the week, with tickets averaging $339 and the get-in price listed from $99.
8-16-16: The Rose Bowl in Pasadena will welcome Coldplay for back-to-back shows on Saturday and Sunday. Over those two gigs the average price for Coldplay tickets at Rose Bowl is $228 on the secondary market and the cheapest ticket is listed from $73 for Sunday's show.
8-9-16: No shows are scheduled for Coldplay this week, as the band will take a brief hiatus from the road. The next two shows on tap will be held at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on August 20 and 21. The A Head Full of Dreams Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through the beginning of next month.
8-2-16: Over the next four days Coldplay will play Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit, Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh and Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Over that time the average price for Coldplay tickets is $218 on the secondary market. The band's top-priced show will be held at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, where tickets average $242 and the cheapest ticket is $74.
7-26-16: Louisville, Columbus, Foxborough and Buffalo will each welcome Coldplay for a show over the next week. On Wednesday the band will hit KFC Yum! Center before playing Nationwide Arena in Ohio, Gillette Stadium in New England and First Niagara Center in Buffalo. Across those four shows the average resale price for Coldplay tickets is $197. The Gillette Stadium gig is the most expensive show of the week, with tickets averaging $269 and the get-in price is $133.
7-19-16: Four shows are on the docket for Coldplay this week. The group is slated to play Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Wednesday before hitting Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Thursday and Soldier Field twice on Saturday and Sunday. The two Soldier Field shows will be the most expensive shows of the week, with tickets averaging $324 on the secondary market and the cheapest Soldier Field seats listed from $51.
7-12-16: Coldplay will kick off their A Head Full of Dreams Tour with two shows at MetLife Stadium on July 16 and 17. Over those gigs, the average price for Coldplay tickets on the secondary market is $343. The cheapest tickets can be found from $82 at both shows.
7-5-16: Just 11 days remain before Coldplay kicks off the North American leg of their A Head Full of Dreams Tour. The band is expected to make 22 stops across the U.S. and Canada through September. The most expensive gig comes at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on August 27, where tickets are currently averaging $577.69 and the get-in price is $146. Conversely, a July 20 stop at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indiana currently serves as the cheapest show at an average resale price of $159.64. The cheapest ticket to that gig is now $49.
6-28-16: In less than three weeks, Coldplay will take to the tour bus for a North American run. The band is slated to play 22 shows in the U.S. and Canada between July and September, marking their first extended run through the continent since the Mylo Xyloto Tour wrapped in 2013. Over the three-month affair, the average price for Coldplay tickets is now $270.34 on the secondary market.
6-21-16: Coldplay has continued its European run of the Head Full of Dreams Tour. Two shows at Amsterdam Arena are scheduled over the next week. The band will hit North America for an extended tour during the months of July, August and September, marking their first proper tour through the U.S. and Canada in more than three years.
6-14-16: Just over a month remains before Coldplay hits the road for their Head Full of Dreams Tour in North America. The band will play 22 shows in the U.S. and Canada between July and September, and over that time the average price for Coldplay tickets is $274.33 on the secondary market.
5-26-16: Estadio Olimpico Lluis Companys in Barcelona will welcome Coldplay for two shows this weekend. The band continues its European leg of tour in support of their most recent album, Head Full Of Dreams, through early-July. Over the group's North American leg, which runs from July to September, the average price for Coldplay tickets is $266.42 on the secondary market.
5-18-16: Coldplay will be down under this winter. The band on Wednesday announced an Australian leg of tour dates in support of their recently released album, Head Full Of Dreams, which will be held across four arenas in December. The band is slated to play Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland, Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Etihad Stadium in Melbourne and Allianz Stadium in Sydney.
5-4-16: Wrapping their South American jaunt last month, Coldplay will now take their "Head Full of Dreams" Tour to Europe between May and early July. The band will make multiple stops in Barcelona, Manchester, Zurich, London, Amsterdam and Copenhagen. 20 dates in total are scheduled over the two-month stretch.
4-2-16: Coldplay recently launched their "Head Full of Dreams" Tour in Buenos Aires last week, and the group will travel to Santiago for a show at Estadio Nacional tomorrow night. Eight more shows are scheduled in South America through the middle of the month. The group will start a European leg at the end of May before hitting North America proper this summer.
3-5-16: The South American leg of the "Head Full of Dreams" Tour will kick off in Buenos Aires at the end of the month. Coldplay is slated to play 10 shows throughout the continent, making multiple stops at Estadio Unico de La Plata in Buenos Aires and Foro Sol in Mexico City. Chile, Peru, Brazil and Colombia are also on the itinerary for the pop rockers.
2-3-16: Coldplay continues to add to their tour itinerary. Just days away from performing at Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, the band has scheduled three additional shows along the "Head Full of Dreams" summer tour across the U.S., citing overwhelming ticket demand for the new tour alignment. The band will play second shows 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. 10 U.S. shows in total are now scheduled between July and September.
1-28-16: 2016 is slated to be a massive year for English rock band Coldplay. After being announced as the headlining act at Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on February 7, the band announced today a massive global stadium tour, which will commence at the end of March. 37 dates in total are scheduled between March and September, with the North American stretch being held between July and September. Check the complete tour docket above in the "Schedule" tab.
9-25-14: A campaign to nominate Chris Martin of Coldplay with the “Freedom of Exeter Award” has begun to gain momentum following the recent success of the band’s latest studio effort Ghost Stories, which was released in May. Martin himself has accepted the cumulating support for the award that dates back to the 13th century and includes famous recipients like David Morrish and historic figure Lord Nelson.
9-23-14: Coldplay’s latest album Ghost Stories is finally accessible for music lovers that have been hoping to stream the album online. Music services like Spotify and Pandora now carry the band’s sixth studio album for subscribers to listen to. The news comes more than four months after the album was released.
9-18-14: On Tuesday night, Coldplay had an intimate show at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. The show was broadcast across CBS channels throughout the nation while also being viewable on mobile devices through Radio.com app.
9-16-14: Coldplay is set to perform at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles tomorrow night. The show has been set up by CBS Radio and Beats Music and will be broadcast and televised on several CBS outlets to give fans from around the nation the ability to watch the band perform. Fans can also download the Radio.com app for iOS, Android and other mobile devices to see the show.
9-11-14: The Invictus Games in London began last night, and Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin wrote and performed a song at the opening ceremonies. Martin’s song was largely based around William Ernest Henley’s 19th century poem of the same name. The song has hit iTunes and all digital outlets in the U.K., with all proceeds going to the Invictus Games.
9-9-14: An alternate music video for Coldplay's "A Sky Full of Stars" was released late last week, offering a more stripped-down image of the song. The video features the band warding off CGI blasts of stars and varies considerably from their primary music video that had them walking through Australian streets engaging with the public.
9-5-14: Colplay will travel to Las Vegas to play the iHeart Radio Music Festival on September 19. The band is expected to announce a fall U.S. tour in the coming weeks, serving as the first tour in promotion of their latest album, Ghost Stories, which was released in May.
9-2-14: Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin recently entered a public relationship with Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence. The 24-year-old Lawrence, who is in the midst of a photo hacking scandal, is scheduled to join Martin on Coldplay’s U.S. tour when it begins later this year.
8-28-14: Reports indicate that Coldplay will announce a tour across the United States soon in promotion of their latest album Ghost Stories, which was released earlier this year. The group is expected to tour big market cities like New York and Los Angeles and not endure an extensive U.S. tour.
8-27-14: Coldplay has unveiled its third single from its latest record Ghost Stories with a music video for the song “True Love”. The band’s song “Sky Full of Stars” was also used in a tribute to the late Robin Williams at Sunday’s VMAs in Inglewood, CA.
8-21-14: After reports of the NFL flirting with a pay-to-play method for musical acts to play this year’s Super Bowl, Brit-rock band Coldplay has also been considered to be a top prospect for football’s biggest stage in February. Other potential acts for the big game include Rihanna and Katy Perry.
8-18-14: Coldplay have announced a surprise show at the Ace Hotel in in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, September 17. The show will be sponsored by Beats Music and CBS Radio and will be broadcast live on CBS Radio stations nationwide. Fans can also enter to win exclusive VIP “Beats Seats” for the show by visiting the band’s official homepage and signing up.
8-7-14: Chris Martin has been gaining support for the “Freedom of Exeter Award” from an online campaign. Fans have gathered over 500 signatures for the singer to be honored by his hometown city and notable officials have begun to gain interest in such an idea. The award dates back to the 13th century and has been presented to historic figures like Lord Nelson and military dignitaries.
8-5-14: Chris Martin of Coldplay has publicly stated that he would be unwilling to work with pop singer Ariana Grande for future collaborations due to her extensive vocal ability. The Coldplay frontman has recently teamed up with Cat Power for a song on Zach Braff’s latest movie, Wish I Was Here, as well as Swedish house DJ Avicii for the band’s song “Sky Full of Stars” off their latest album, Ghost Stories.
7-31-14: Chris Martin of Coldplay will play a one-off show at a secret venue in New York City on August 6. A ticket contest on the band’s webpage offered 15 pairs of tickets to fans who entered. Martin has yet to announce where the show will take place.
7-29-14: Despite a lack of touring this summer, Coldplay made news headlines after donating $17K to a terminally ill fan on Monday. Jody Duff, an avid fan, suffers from motor neuron disease which confines him to a wheelchair. The band also raised donation awareness through Twitter, where they asked fans to help Duff both emotionally and financially.
7-24-14: Coldplay has announced that they will play at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival. The two-day concert will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on August 19 and 20. Other acts include Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj and Ed Sheeran.
7-22-14: Among rock icons such as Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Serj Tankian of System of A Down and Jon Bon Jovi, Avicii has also recruited Chris Martin of Coldplay for his upcoming record. The Swedish DJ and Martin have history together as Avicii helped produced Coldplay’s smash hit “Sky Full of Stars” off their recent release Ghost Stories. No release date has been set for the record, but Avicii has told news outlets that over 70 songs exist and will be a challenge to condense.
7-17-14: R&B singer Brandy made headlines earlier this week when she recently covered Coldplay’s song “Magic” off of their latest release Ghost Stories. This is not the first time Brandy has covered the famous British rock band, however. On a 2004 song titled “Should I Go”, Brandy sampled the group’s hit song “Clocks”, which appeared on their album A Rush of Blood to the Head.
7-15-14: Coldplay have announced that they will be featured on the upcoming season of “Dynamo: Magician Impossible”, a documentary series that follows the stunts and tricks performed by magician-illusionist Steven Frayne. The series is scheduled to start airing its fourth season this month.
7-10-14: In addition to providing the title track to Zach Braff’s new feature film “Wish I Was Here”, Coldplay also leant their musical ability to the soundtrack of “Boyhood”, an upcoming movie from director Richard Linklater. “Boyhood” follows the evolution of a young boy’s life from his childhood through his adolescence. The movie started took over 12 years to film with production starting in 2002.
7-8-14: Coldplay has teamed up with singer-songwriter Cat Power to create the title track for Zach Braff’s upcoming film Wish I Was Here. The British pop rockers also opened up the soundtrack to Braff’s debut motion picture Garden State a decade ago with their song “Don’t Panic” and continue their work with the Scrubs funnyman in his most recent box office release set to hit theatres July 18.
7-7-14: Chris Martin of Coldplay recently stated that writing material for the band’s latest album Ghost Stories “saved his life” after splitting with wife Gwyneth Paltrow, whom he was married to for more than 10 years. Ghost Stories sold over 383,000 copies in its first week after its May release.
7-1-14: Coldplay is back in the news after famous DJ Hardwell remixed one of their latest singles “A Sky Full of Stars”. The EDM-based song was made available to the public on Monday and was originally co-written by Swedish DJ Avicii.
6-26-14 While it is still unknown what song the band was shooting for, Coldplay is back in action after filming a music video on Venice Beach in the Los Angeles area earlier this week. The band has traveled to the States following a two-week residency in Australia which saw them play several intimate shows and shoot a video for their recent single “A Sky Full of Stars”.
6-24-14: After playing Australia’s Sunrise talk-show earlier this week, Coldplay front man Chris Martin blamed the band’s poor performance on the show’s equipment restraints. Though the singer has since apologized for his disparaging comments, he has said that he harbors no hard feelings for the show’s production team.
6-23-14: Coldplay has announced that they will only play seven shows this year, beginning with an intimate 75-minute gig they played Tuesday at the Star Event Centre in Sydney, Australia. The band closed out their Australian residency on Thursday when they played the Enmore Theatre.
6-17-14: Coldplay will begin their six-day promotional tour in Australia this week. The band filmed a music video for their latest single, “A Sky Full of Stars”, in Sydney Tuesday. They are set to play at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre June 19.
6-12-14: After wrapping a series of shows late last month to promote Ghost Stories, the band’s sixth studio release, Coldplay has whet their appetite for a potential upcoming tour. The British rock band has not announced a full tour yet but is scheduled to play several international dates in the coming month, beginning at the Dome City Hall in Tokyo, Japan tonight.
5-21-14: Coldplay played at Royce Hall in Los Angeles on the 19th. Here is the setlist from that show:
Atlas, Charlie Brown, The Scientist, Don't Panic, A Whisper, Til Kingdom Come, Viva La Vida, Paradise, Always in My Head, Magic, Ink, True Love, Midnight, Another's Arms, Oceans
Encore: A Sky Full of Stars,
5-19-14: Reviews are out for Coldplays newest release, "Ghost Stories", and they're not too great. The Atlantic called it "relentlessly uninspiring" and "the most forgettable Coldplay album ever. "Chris Martin's split with Gwyneth Paltrow haunts the album". We're not sure what this will do for a potential upcoming tour.
5-14-14: Coldplay still has yet to announce any future tour dates in the US. The British rock band new album “Ghost Stories” will be released later this week.
5-13-14: Coldplay will be headlining UCLA's Royce Hall on May 19th. The super-intimate show will go on sale to the public on May 14th. In the meantime, area rock-radio juggernaut, KROQ has been hosting a contest for fans to win their way in to the event. Thanks to the band's and venue's efforts, there haven't been any leaks onto the secondary market thus far.
5-12-14: Consequence of Sound recently broke down the top ten Coldplay songs of all-time. Here is their list:
10. HURTS LIKE HEAVEN
9. LOVERS IN JAPAN
8. A RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD
7. VIVA LA VIDA
5. THE SCIENTIST
3. WARNING SIGN
1. DON’T PANIC
5-9-14: Coldplay have scheduled tour dates in other parts of the world, but currently no scheduled concert dates in US. After one show in New York, the band is expected to announced dates for a US tour in the near future.
5-7-14: Chris Martin the front man of the band Coldplay has been touring with a heavy heart recently splitting with actress Gwyneth Paltrow. The band recently played in their only scheduled show in New York at the Beacon Theatre where they revealed several new songs never before played anywhere. Their next tour date is on May 19th in Los Angeles.
5-5-14: British rock band Coldplay will be visiting some of the greatest cities in the world as they will perform Los Angeles on May 19 at the Royce Hall. They will also make stops Glasgow, Paris, Tokyo, and London in the coming weeks.
4-18-14: Coldplay have announced there first batch of tour dates for 2014. The band will play a short notice gig in Germany on April 25th before coming to the United States for a May 5th engagement in New York and May 19th in LA. The band will also play one-offs in Paris (May 28th), Tokyo (June 12th), and London (July 1st)