Coldplay announce second Cardiff show after incredible demand for tickets
British rock group Coldplay have added an extra Cardiff show to their world tour line after more than 312,000 people joined the Ticketmaster queue
Tickets are expected to sell out fast
Coldplay have confirmed a second Cardiff show for their Music of the Spheres tour following huge demand.
The chart-topping indie band have also added a third Manchester date to their world tour line after huge virtual queues on Ticketmaster this morning.
Tickets for the Cardiff and Manchester shows of Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres tour, which will take place in 2023, went on sale at 10am this morning (August 25) and more than 312,000 fans joined a queue for the Cardiff, June 6 show alone.
Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets, the critically acclaimed band have decided to add a second Cardiff show to their 2023 performances on June 7 at the Principality Stadium and a third Manchester show on June 3.
Hugely popular pop quartet Coldplay will kick off their Music Of The Spheres World Tour in May next year. Chris Martin (vocals, keys), Jonny Buckland (guitar), Will Champion (drums) and Guy Berryman (bass) will perform three shows in Manchester and two shows in Cardiff.
Tickets are currently still available as fans join queues on Ticketmaster, See Tickets and The Ticket Factory.
Coldplay announced extra dates for their Music of the Spheres tour on Monday, August 22 after completing a six-night run at London’s Wembley Stadium.
Frontman Chris Martin, guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman, drummer Will Champion and creative director Phil Harvey will perform three shows in Manchester and two nights in Cardiff as part of the tour.
The band are expected to play at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium for three nights on May 31, June 1, and June 3 before heading to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on June 6 and June 7.
If you’re keen to get tickets, you’ll need to act fast as they’re expected to sell out quickly for the extra dates.
Coldplay have recently completed six nights at Wembley Stadium in London, with crowds lighting up the famous venue with glowing wristbands.
Here are the announced tour dates:
Wednesday, May 17: Estádio Cidade de Coimbra – Coimbra, Portugal
Wednesday, May 24: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Barcelona, Spain
Thursday, May 25: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys – Barcelona, Spain
Wednesday, May 31: Etihad Stadium – Manchester, UK
Thursday, June 1: Etihad Stadium – Manchester, UK
Saturday, June 3: Etihad Stadium – Manchester, UK
Tuesday, June 6: Principality Stadium – Cardiff, UK
Wednesday, June 7: Principality Stadium – Cardiff, UK
Wednesday, June 21: Stadio Diego Armando Maradona – Naples, Italy
Sunday, June 25: Stadio San Siro – Milan, Italy
Monday, June 26: Stadio San Siro – Milan, Italy
Saturday, July 1: Stadion Letzigrund – Zurich, Switzerland
Wednesday, July 5: Parken – Copenhagen, Denmark
Thursday, July 6: Parken – Copenhagen, Denmark
Saturday, July 8: Ullevi – Gothenburg, Sweden
Sunday, July 9: Ullevi – Gothenburg, Sweden
Saturday, July 15: Johan Cruijff ArenA – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sunday, July 16: Johan Cruijff ArenA – Amsterdam, Netherlands.