English pop rock band Coldplay, who has been on a record-breaking stadium tour for two summers now, has today announced the dates and venues for their 2024 European stadium tour. For Finns, the list is a welcome one, as next summer’s tour will bring the band to Finland for the first time. The band, one of the world’s most popular, will perform at Helsinki’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday 28 July 2024. Next summer, the Chris Martin-fronted group will also visit Greece and Romania for the first time, in addition to Finland.
Coldplay, who culminated their successful European stadium tour in summer 2023 with a fourth show in Amsterdam yesterday, have today announced that they will continue their record-breaking Music Of The Spheres world tour of European stadiums in summer 2024. This will be the third consecutive summer that Coldplay will tour European stadiums as part of their Music Of The Spheres tour.
The dates announced today include the band’s first visits to Finland, Greece (Athens), Romania (Bucharest) and their first show in Rome since 2003.
Coldplay is offering fans the chance to buy advance tickets before the actual ticket sales start by registering at coldplay.com. You can register now. Advance ticket sales start on Tuesday 25 July at 9am local time in Athens, Bucharest, Budapest, Lyon, Rome and Helsinki and at 10am local time in Düsseldorf, Munich, Vienna and Dublin. Tickets go on sale on Friday 28 July at 10am local time, for Finland on Lippu.fi.
The British outfit launched its Music Of The Spheres world tour in March 2022 and since then has sold over 7.5 million tickets, more than any other tour in the last two years. The Music Of The Spheres tour has also received rave reviews from fans and critics alike, garnering accolades such as Favourite Touring Arts at the 2022 American Music Awards and Tour of The Year at the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards.
A report released last month by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reveals that Coldplay’s current tour has so far produced 47% less CO2e emissions than their previous stadium tour in 2016/17 and that 5 million trees have already been planted around the world to date (one for every visitor to the concert so far).
Below are the dates and venues for the tour announced today:
8: Athens – Olympic Stadium
12: Bucharest – Arena Națională
16: Budapest – Puskas Arena
22: Lyon – Groupama Stadium
23: Lyon – Groupama Stadium
12: Rome – Stadio Olimpico
13: Rome – Stadio Olimpico
20: Düsseldorf – Merkur Spiel-Arena
21: Dusseldorf – Merkur Spiel-Arena
28: Helsinki – Olympic Stadium
15: Munich – Olympic Stadium
17: Munich – Olympic Stadium
21: Vienna – Ernst Happel Stadium
22: Vienna – Ernst Happel Stadium
29: Dublin – Croke Park
30: Dublin – Croke Park