Coldplay has announced a six-month world tour to be held next year. They promise that this will be “as sustainable as possible”.
The band’s “Music Of The Spheres” stadium show is powered by renewable-fueled rechargeable batteries.
Their ambition is to make the concert more environmentally friendly and one of the most environmentally friendly tours in history.
When is the Coldplay 2022 tour?
Coldplay tours will continue from March to September, with stadium shows in Europe and the Americas.
There are four dates in the UK in August, with three performances at Wembley Stadium (Friday 12th, Saturday 13th and Tuesday 16th) before dawn at Hampden Park Stadium in Glasgow on Tuesday 23rd. ..
HER will provide three days of support and London Grammar will appear at the final show in London. Throughout the tour, two acts will appear in most of the show.
Coldplay 2022 Tour Itinerary – Completely
- 18: Costa Rica, San Jose-Estadio Nacional
- 22: Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo-Estadio Olimpico
- 25: Monterrey, Mexico-Estadio BBVA
- 29: Guadalajara, Mexico – Estadio Akron
- 3: Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol
- 23: Santa Clara, CA, USA – Levi’s Stadium
- 26: Los Angeles, CA, USA – SoFi Stadium
- 3: Phoenix, Arizona, USA – State Farm Stadium
- 6: Dallas, Texas, USA – Cotton Bowl Stadium
- 8: Houston, Texas, USA – NRG Stadium
- 28: Chicago, Illinois, USA – Soldier Field
- 1: Washington, DC, USA – FedExField
- 4: East Rutherford, NJ, USA – MetLife Stadium
- 8: Philadelphia, PA, USA – Lincoln Financial Field
- 11: Atlanta, Georgia, USA – Mercedes Benz Stadium
- 14: Tampa, Florida, USA – Raymond James Stadium
- 2: Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
- 3: Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
- 8: Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodwi
- 10: Berlin, Germany – Olympia Stadion Berlin
- 12: Berlin, Germany – Olympia Stadion Berlin
- 16: Paris, France-Stade de France
- 17: Paris, France-Stade de France
- 5: Brussels, Belgium-King Baudouin Stadium
- 6: Brussels, Belgium-King Baudouin Stadium
- 12: London, England-Wembley Stadium
- 13: London, England-Wembley Stadium
- 16: London, England-Wembley Stadium
- 23: Glasgow, England-Hampden Park Stadium
- 10: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-Rock in Rio Festival
How to get tickets for the Coldplay 2022 Tour
Fans pre-ordering the band’s next album Ball music Prior to its release on the official website on Friday, October 15th, you will be given priority access to UK tickets here.
Tickets for these shows will be generally available starting Friday, October 22nd and will be available here and here.
If you live in the United States, you can register for Ticketmaster pre-sale here until Sunday evening, October 17th (9 pm EST).
How will Coldplay tours become “sustainable”?
The band wrote on Twitter: “Playing live and finding connections with people is the reason we ultimately exist as a band.
“We have been planning this tour for years and are very excited to be able to play songs together all the time. At the same time, we are very aware that the planet is facing a climate crisis. increase.
“For the last two years, we’ve worked with environmental experts to make this tour as sustainable as possible, and more importantly, to take advantage of the tour’s potential to move things forward.
“We can’t understand everything right, but we promise to do everything we can and share what we’ve learned.”
Frontman Chris Martin said in 2019 that he would not start a tour of the world of his previous album, Everyday Life, due to environmental issues.
This global tour will be supported by the “Show Battery” provided by BMW. The battery is charged using a generator powered by solar power and hydrogenated vegetable oil.
Fans can also generate electricity for concerts through dynamic stadium floors and power bikes.
Martin said: “We have partnered with BMW to create the world’s first durable rechargeable show battery, which will allow us to power concerts almost entirely from clean, renewable energy.”
These alternatives will replace regular diesel and petrol generators that reduce carbon dioxide emissions in concerts.
Additional report from Press Association