Coldplay’s 2016 “A Head Full of Dreams” Tour Dates

Coldplay is a British rock band formed in 1996 by lead vocalist Chris Martin and lead guitarist Jonny Buckland at University College London. After they formed under the name Pectoralz, Guy Berryman joined the group as a bassist and they changed their name to Starfish. Will Champion joined as a drummer, backing vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist, completing the line-up. Manager Phil Harvey is often considered an unofficial fifth member. The band renamed themselves “Coldplay” in 1998.

The band has won 62 awards from 209 nominations throughout their career, including eight Brit Awards—winning Best British Group three times—five MTV Video Music Awards and seven Grammy Awards from 31 nominations. Coldplay has sold more than 80 million records worldwide, making them one of the world’s best-selling music artists.

In spite of their worldwide success, the band continues to tour relentlessly, allowing their fans to experience what makes Coldplay special, live and in person. Here is a list of the upcoming “A Head Full of Dreams Tour.”

South America

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  • Mar 31.  Estadio Unico de La Plata,   Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Apr 1.     Estadio Unico de La Plata,   Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Apr 3.     Estadio Nacional,                   Santiago, Chile
  • Apr 5.     Estadio Nacional,                   Lima, Peru
  • Apr 7      Allianz Parque,                        Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Apr 10.   Maracana,                                Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Apr 13,   Estadio El Campin,                Bogota, Columbia
  • Apr 15,   Foro Sol,                                   Mexico City, Mexico
  • Apr 16,    Foro Sol,                                  Mexico City, Mexico

 

Europe

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  • May 24.     Stade Charles-Ehrmann,      Nice, France
  • May 26.     Estadi Olimpic,                       Barcelona, Spain
  • May 27.      Estadi Olimpic,                      Barcelona, Spain
  • Jun 1.         Veltins-Arena,                         Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • Jun 4.         Etihad Stadium,                     Manchester, UK
  • Jun 5.         Etihad Stadium,                     Manchester, UK
  • Jun 7.         Hampden Park,                      Glasgow, UK
  • Jun 11.        Stadion Letzigrund,               Zurich, Switzerland
  • Jun 12.        Stadion Letzigrund,               Zurich, Switzerland
  • Jun 15.        Wembley Stadium,                 London, UK
  • Jun 16.        Wembley Stadium,                 London, UK
  • Jun 18.        Wembley Stadium,                 London, UK
  • Jun 19.         Wembley Stadium                  London, UK
  • Jun 23.         Amsterdam ArenA,                Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Jun 24.         Amsterdam ArenA,                Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Jun 26.         Glastonbury Festival,             Pilton, UK
  • Jun 29.          Olympiastadion,                     Berlin Germany
  • Jul 1.              Volksparkstadion,                   Hamburg, Germany
  • Jul 3.              Friends Arena,                         Stockholm, Sweden
  • Jul 5.             Telia Parken,                             Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Jul 6.              Telia Parken,                            Copenhagen, Denmark

 

U.S.A.

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  • Jul 16.     MetLife Stadium     NY,NY
  • Jul 17.     MetLife Stadium     NY,NY
  • Jul 23.     Soldier Field            Chicago, IL
  • Jul 24.     Soldier Field            Chicago, IL
  • Jul 30.     Gillette Stadium     Boston, MA
  • Aug 6.      Lincoln Financial Field     Philadelphia, PA
  • Aug 20     Rose Bowl     LA, CA
  • Aug 21      Rose Bowl      LA, CA
  • Aug 27      AT&T Stadium     Dallas, TX
  • Sep 3.        Levi Stadium         San Francisco, CA

 

Pretty busy schedule right? If you’re a fan, then hopefully the band will come to a city near you, or maybe you can coordinate a show with your next vacation? If not, enjoy this little bit of Coldplay trip clips.

 

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