Coldplay press photo for the band's 2023 Music of the Spheres tour dates.

Coldplay Announce New West Coast Dates For Music Of The Spheres Tour

Coldplay is bringing their successful Music Of The Spheres tour to North America's west coast for a special string of shows.

After the massive success of the band’s 2022 Music Of The Spheres tour, Coldplay is wrapping around for round 2, kicking things off with 4 dates for North America’s west coast starting on September 20 in Seattle at Lumen Field and concluding on September 30 in Los Angeles at the iconic Rose Bowl.

Providing support for Coldplay’s special west coast show run will be H.E.R, the multi-Grammy winning group, and New Jersey’s own 070 Shake. The inclusion of both acts further secures Coldplay’s west coast run as a must-attend experience.

General on sale for this special run of shows will kick off on Friday, January 27 at 10 AM PT via Ticketmaster.

Additionally, if you were affected by Coldplay’s Los Angeles cancellation during the band’s 2022 tour run, check your emails, as past purchasers will get first dibs at the Rose Bowl show in the form of a unique presale code for a sale that starts on Thursday, January 26 at 10 AM PT until 10 PM that someday. More information on the special presale can be found here.

Alongside both show presales, the band’s $20 Infinity Ticket Program will also be available for this special string of shows at a later point in time. So, if you’re feeling lucky, it’s a great deal.

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